Scrap/Tiny Wall Made of Cassete Tape Boxes (' ; '

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Introduction: Scrap/Tiny Wall Made of Cassete Tape Boxes (' ; '

About: I'm just making some ideas to become real.


Never more to forget your appointments.
Your small things can you get so easy..

This Scrap-tiny  Wall is made of old tape boxes.
Recycle and enjoy this beautiful idea.

So let's pump it!


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Step 1: What You Need:

  • - Cassette tapes boxes
  • - Scissors and double sided tape ( I used this like silicon)
  • - pens and paper for the scraps.
  • - post cards,flyers,  cool pictures you have..

Step 2: Making:

- On the Door    
  • cut a piece o tape and put behind the box.
  • fix it on the Door!
  • cut pieces of paper, write your schedule and put into the boxes.
  • When you don't want to let a scrap, put a picture in!

Step 3: Making:

- on a Closet.
  • do the same steps.
  • fix the boxes 1 cm longer each other.
  • put a picture in

Step 4:

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    42 Discussions

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    CorinneE2
    CorinneE2

    2 years ago

    Perfect for kids to customize locker organizers.

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    mary candy
    mary candy

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    they are flyers, or postcards of parties, films, theater..
    sometimes I take at the college or on the clubs I go...
    I love it ! I have a big collection ; )

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    mamachelle
    mamachelle

    9 years ago on Introduction

    This is BRILLIANT! Now I am wishing I still had some of my old tapes! Yard Sale time it is :)

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    Puzzledd
    Puzzledd

    9 years ago on Introduction

    WOW, this is SO clever- practical, fun, cheap and it looks spectacular! Thank you for the clear photos to show how to make it. I think I'll to go to my local charity thrift shop to get some old cassettes in their cases- I know they have lots, very cheap ;)

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    tbcross
    tbcross

    9 years ago on Introduction

    I came over to say thanks for subscribing and then saw this project! This is awesome! I'm gonna start hunting for cassettes now!

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    mary candy
    mary candy

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    you can put , what you want.. maybe some photos of you and friends. .
    ;)

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    Hiyadudez
    Hiyadudez

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Woah, that looks like real expensive modern art (the first one) lol =P

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    mary candy
    mary candy

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction


    always cheap.
    I don't spend money , if can do what I want without it. Capiche?
    If you take a look on my pics, will see how I work.
    Thank you very much.
    Good luck for us today!

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    mary candy
    mary candy

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    and if you are talking about the sand castle.. please , your comment stays on the wrong Instruc. ;)