Hey! I noticed that all the deck boxes with instructables were pretty high tech, and on a high schoolers budget that doesn't work out very well. So I set out to make my own that looked half decent.
All You Truly Need:
Cutting Utensil of Choice
Tape of Choice
Ribbon or Something Similar
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Step 1: Cut Out Pieces
I realized I forgot to take pictures during this step, but essentially use a pre-existing box as a template. If you don't have that, here are the dimensions.
Top/ Bottom: 2.5"x3"
I left a small lip to use as a flap to tie the top down with. Do what you seem fit to do.
Step 2: Holes
Cut a hole in a the flap of the top and the side you deemed the front.
Step 3: Tape Them Together
I used an x-acto to get a nice edge with the tape. But tape it together along the sides that makes sense too. Observe the picture if you need help.
Step 4: Add the Ribbon
Cut off a length of ribbon, I used about 6". Weave it through the holes. You'll have to re weave it through a hole when you open the box, but oh well.
Step 5: Put Your Cards In, and a Divider
I used a piece of scrap cardboard as a divider.
Step 6: Finish
Now you're done! Leave any suggestions on how to improve it, as I'm probably gonna build another one soon.