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Step 1: Hi!
I did this because I wanted a cabinet for my art materials and we just went shoe shopping and my mother was just planning to throw the shoeboxes away.
There's no instructable or a how-to in Google in how to make a cabinet from shoeboxes when I searched, and I'm happy to have thought of this.
-even number of shoeboxes!
Step 2: First, You Get the Bigger Shoebox.
You should have a bigger shoebox and a smaller shoebox, not such a big difference in size, just that the smaller shoebox should fit in the bigger shoe box.
Step 3: Then, You Measure the Smaller Shoebox's Outer Length and Width on the Longer Side of the Bigger Shoebox .
You do this so that the smaller shoebox can act like a cabinet fitting inside a cabinet holder. Better to trace it with a pen.
Step 4: Then You Cut What You Have Measured.
Step 5: Then, If Your Smaller Shoebox Has a Cover Attached to It, Cut It or Take It Off.
Step 6: You're Almost Done!
Step 7: Get the Cover of Your Bigger Shoebox.
Step 8: Measure the Outer Length and Width of the Smaller Shoebox on the Side of the Cover.
Step 9: Cut What You Have Measured.
Step 10: Put the Cover of the Bigger Shoebox on the Shoebox Itself...
....and you're done!
Step 11: Personalize.
You can use paint, washi tapes, or gift wrappers, or you can leave it as it is.
Step 12: What Now?
You can make more shoebox cabinets and stack them on top of each other! Glue them together :)
Add handles for easier opening!
This was fun to do, God bless and give God all the glory! :)