2011年12月11日

Recyling a cardboard box into a table

In addition to working with wood, I have also made a few creations from old cardboard boxes.
I had a fairly large box that an office chair came in, so rather than tossing it out, I recycled it into a small table for the kids' playroom. No glue is used (other than to double-up the flat pieces), and the three pieces all fit tightly into slots and recesses so it can be taken apart easily.
I posted a tutorial of this cardboard table on Instructables.com and it was featured on the top page of the Workshop (Flatpack) category, then also on the front page of the web site (Feb. 16, 2012).

Small table (45 cm H x 60 cm L) made from one large box
Another creation I made from a cardboard box is this pencil crayon holder.
It was made from a box from an electric fan I think. The compartments are all slotted halfway so they interlock, then they were glued along the back and side edges.

Pencil crayon box 26W x 18D x 31H cm

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