Cardboard Shelving Without Screw Nor Glue...

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Introduction: Cardboard Shelving Without Screw Nor Glue...

About: If you want more informations about me, here's my Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Ma.maison.est.en.carton and my Twitter : https://twitter.com/KoriinM see you soon !

or How to do a shelving which costs nothing

Step 1: Draw a Scheme and Measure Precisely

An important step :

Please take precisily measures and draw what you have to cut

if you make a mistake, it does not matter because you can find cardboard to recycle everywhere. So you can do it again and again !

Step 2: Scrape

You have to scrape a little bit in order the piece of cardboard is bending well.

Step 3: Cut

It's a longer step to do with a good "cutter", of course.

Step 4: Assemble

if you have take good measures, it will be simple.

It's like a 3D puzzle....

Step 5: This Is What You Will Get

Step 6: Here Is the Final Result

This shelving is extremely strong and solid.

My son is sitting on, to show you it

I use this shelving to put all my tools I have to do cardboard furnitures because it's my hobby.

You can see it in my blog "my home is made with carboard".

To read more : http://mamaisonestencarton.blogspot.fr/

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    10 Discussions

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    EngineerJakit
    EngineerJakit

    1 year ago

    out of curiosity, how heavy was your son when you did this ible? Im trying to beat a world record and getting some stress tests on cardboard is something im looking for all over the internet.

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    f1dd13r
    f1dd13r

    3 years ago

    very clever and carefully put together. Cardboard is stronger than I thought.

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    CeciB
    CeciB

    3 years ago

    Bravo Corinne belle étagère :)

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    korinM
    korinM

    Reply 3 years ago

    to be patient is the secret :-)

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    UncleEd
    UncleEd

    3 years ago

    Wonderful creativity. Thank you for making the instructable.

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    korinM
    korinM

    Reply 3 years ago

    thanks a lot.

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    CrazyClever
    CrazyClever

    3 years ago

    Amazingly well thought out design and beautiful execution!

    I love working with cardboard and I can't wait to type this technique. thanks for sharing!

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    korinM
    korinM

    Reply 3 years ago

    Thank you. I've very happy that you will try to do this.

    Best regards from France

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    MistRS
    MistRS

    3 years ago

    Very cool idea!