Portable Drawing Stand




Intro: Portable Drawing Stand

Pizza's, Today everyone just can't live without this mouth-watering food.

And every-time you order a pizza, you are surely to get a pizza box.

Many of us would just throw away these boxes.

But there's a lot more things you could do from these boxes.

So here I present to you one such use, a Portable Drawing Stand.

Step 1: Tools Required

Here is a list of tools you would requiring to make this project

  • Cello tape
  • Scissors
  • Cutter
  • Glue

Step 2: Materials Required

Here is a list of the materials you would be requiring to make this project:

  • Pizza box
  • Cardboard
  • 2 Small binder clips

Step 3: Getting Started

Take a pizza box and note down its length and breadth.

The pizza box used here is not a cuboid in shape so I have take length=25 cm & breadth=17.5 cm .

Step 4: Making the Paper Holder or Stand

Cut a piece of cardboard having breadth equal to that of the pizza box and length slightly smaller than the pizza box.

After cutting the piece of cardboard, stick it using cello-tape to the top edge of the opening flap of the pizza box.

Step 5: Adding the Stopper

Now, point out the place where you want the paper holder to touch the base of the box.

On that point paste a thick piece of cardboard so that while you draw the holder does not move back.

Step 6: The Final Step

Now take a paper of length and breadth equal to that of the paper holder and then attach the paper to the holder using two binder clips

Now you have made it, take out your pencil and colours and start drawing!!!!!

You can also decorate your pizza box.



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    6 Discussions


    1 year ago

    I think you just saved me from buying a "typing stand" $27.49! Thanks!

    1 reply

    1 year ago

    Too good Ashwin.keep going.


    1 year ago

    This was so helpful...


    1 year ago

    Nice idea & presentation by Ashwin.keep it up.

    This is great. This project really illustrates that art can be made anywhere with anything.