Introduction: Rubik's Cube Stand!!
Not only can a rubik's cube be a game, but it can also hold up pieces of paper and thin sheets of cardboard, like notes for an upcoming test or baseball cards. It's simple (dur) and actually, it's pretty efficient. Pretty sweet. eh?
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Step 1: Making the Stand
Turn only one side of the rubik's cube around like the picture below. Then, insert whatever you want to be displayed in the groove. You can also do this with the other side as well.
Step 2: What You Can and Can't Put in the Cube
Here's a small list of things you can put in the cube:
.Anything thinner than the above
Here's a small list of things you can't put in the cube:
.Anything thicker than trading cards