Introduction: Headphones Case

Headphone's Case: So that your headphones would not get tangled with other objects or misplaced.

Step 1: Materials:

  • Empty Altoids Mint Box
  • Construction Paper
  • White Computer Printing Paper
  • Scissors
  • Markers
  • Tape
  • Headphones

Step 2: Step1: Paper Measuring.

  • Use the White Computer Printing Paper to wrap it around the Altoids's Mint box in order to know how much of the paper you will be using for the box.
  • Be sure to be precis when folding the paper around the bottom of the box.
  • Remove the paper and now measure around the edges of the box like a burrito.
  • Remove the paper again to view how much will be needed.

Step 3: Step 2: Folding.

  • Fold the ends into half a hexagon.
  • Place the Altoids Mint Box on top of the paper and have it open.
  • Fold the white paper into the opening of the box then close the lid. (Make sure its secured to the box)

Step 4: Step 3: Cutting the Unneeded Paper.

  • Get the scissors out and ready to cut the unnecessary extra paper.
  • Make sure to keep enough paper of the edges so that there will be some to fold into the sides of the box.
  • Begin to cut one of the edges off, then work on getting the next edge off.
  • Make sure you fold the edges of the paper into the box.
  • Proceed to cut the top of the box but leave some paper to fold into the box.

Step 5: Step 4:Taping

  • Once you have finished cutting all the unnecessary extra paper, begin the taping process.
  • Tape the outsides of the box first. Make sure to tape the paper securely!
  • Once the outside is finished look around the box to make sure its in place.
  • Open the lid of the empty box and check if the paper is secure.

Step 6: Step 5: Repeat Step 3

  • Repeat the same step 3.

Step 7: Step 6: Decorate (or Skip to Step 7).

  • Time to decorate the finished product with markers or colored pencils.

Step 8: Step 7: Finished!

  • Place your pair of earphones inside to make sure it fits.
  • Then your finished, No more tangling your earphones with other objects or misplacing it.