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Cereal boxes diy

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Thorrio's Cereal Box Design on Behance

A remake of the Thorrio's conceptual cereal box. For my advertising class, we had to remake and design a complete box of cereal and make it look as real as possible.

45 Amazingly Creative #Repurposed Cereal Box #Crafts and #Projects - On my own, I have always been able to plough through cereal boxes. But after I became a mom, I can’t seem to keep up with the demand! We seriously seem to be buying new boxes of cereal all the time for the kids’ breakfast. But the lame thing is we seem to be throwing them away all the time as well. And even though we recycle, all I can think is, “Surely these things have to be useful for something.”

On my own, I have always been able to plough through cereal boxes. But after I became a mom, I can’t seem to keep up with the demand! We seriously seem to be buying new

41 Best Cardboard Crafts for People of All Ages

If you are feeling crafty this weekend you will love making these creative cardboard craft ideas. These cute DIY crafts use cardboard you likely already have to make them great if you are looking to craft on a low budget. These are some of our favorite easy diys.

If you love home DIY projects you will love this wonderful home craft idea for your desk. You can make this DIY desk magazine organizer out of a cereal box to get organized and create a more functional home office. #Organization #DIY

Have more fun organizing your home office with DIY projects like this DIY desk magazine organizer out of a cereal box. Make this creative DIY home craft to get the perfect, stylish storage solution for your desk.

Illustration of how to make magazine or book holders from empty cereal boxes.

Here’s a craft that is fun to do, recycles empty cereal boxes, and organizes those stacks of magazines, paperback books and miscellaneous papers around the house or in your child’s bedroom.