Paper Closet

Introduction: Paper Closet

Paper organizer for dressing table/ desk

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Step 1: Make the Skeleton

I used a greeting card and folded it in 4 parts and covered it with bright purple (outside) and white(inside) paper. The boxes are origami boxes. (google for instructions). Then attached the boxes using glue.

Step 2: Make Box Cover

The bright pink triangular shades are made from old greeting card as well and then glued one of them to 1st and 2nd portions and the other to 3rd and 4th portion of the skeleton.

Step 3: Finish

Punch a whole on one side and attach a ribbon on the other to close the paper closet. Voila!

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