Sunday, August 25, 2013

Recycling A Cardboard Box

From This

To This 

 What you will need is a box, duct tape, and spray paint.

Spray paint your box any color you like and use the duct tape around the top to finish it off. You can either cut the top tabs off or bend them in and tape them down to provide more strength. Very easy project for pennies on the dollar. I needed a box for my kids lego's and this cardboard box was a perfect size for their entertainment center so I decided to make it work. We used black spray paint with a hammer finish and white duct tape to match the curtains I made them. I think it turned out pretty good :)


Lanaya | Raising Reagan said...

That looks just as good as the expensive boxes you buy at Bed Bath and Beyond and such.

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lynda wiggins said...

Thank you I think I'm gonna make some more I liked how it turned out :)

Monica said...

Thanks for the idea, Lynda! This may work well for my son's Lego storage needs.

lynda wiggins said...

Your welcome monica :) let me know how it turns out :)

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lynda wiggins said...

I'm glad every one is enjoying the blog! I haven't been able to post for a while but I am gonna try to do a project this weekend!

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