Introduction: CD Box
Do you have CD's covering every centymeter of your carpet? Or you just have too many of them? No matter what's your CD problem, I have an artistic solution to your problem. Lets make a box of CD's!
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Step 1: Gathering the Materials
To make a CD box, you just need a soldering iron and six CD's. Nothing more, but, still who wants only one? I made some (like the one in the picture).
Step 2: Constructing the Box
The construction is very easy. You have to place the cd's at 90 degree angle, and then you have to make little holes between them using hot soldering iron. Now if the "standing" cd won't fall, it means you can add third one (just the same way you attached the previous two CD's to each other). If it looks like the (3 CDs) construction on photo, repeat what whole thing to have two CD corners. If you have them, connect them whit holing method, and wow, you just made a box out of CD's!!!
Step 3: Lets Have Some Fun!
Now, if you are ready with single box, I think you will have a boom of creativity: imagine what you can construct with more boxes. The single box is cheaper than lego, bigger than lego and you won't cry after the boxes like you cry after the legos ;) I took a picture of one of my first CD box constructions.
So, have fun and thanks for reading my instructable (also, send me some pictures of your CD constructions if you ever make some ;) )!