Faux Wooden Crates

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About: I'm into anything creative. I perform in a touring, singing and dancing group called The New Dawn Singers and also performed in the parades and shows at Walt Disney World. In the performing group, I'm in cha...

In my video, you can see how I created the crates out of cardboard boxes and styrofoam insulation sheets. In the next step, I'll show some more photos of the other crates that I've made in a similar process.

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Step 1: Some Other Examples.

Here are some of the more colorful examples that I made for a VBS camp at church with the same process. These are not my original idea. The video that I learned from is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EBzzJ_uNo4M

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    Penolopy Bulnick

    4 months ago

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