Whenever you take up any kind of Recycled Craft Project, you tend to think the utility of the craft you make, but if you learn how to make a DIY Cardboard Organizer, then the doubt of its utility gets solved. Making a best out of waste craft like this beautiful DIY Cardboard Organizer using cardboard boxes is such an interesting art and craft activity to do at home.

There are countless options when it comes to finding an apt design to make a handy DIY Desk Organizer, but when you make a DIY Cardboard Organizer with cardboard boxes, it can be used anywhere from your work desk to handle your office supplies like pins, rubber bands and other stationery supplies.

Pretty Cardboard Organizer Using Cardboard Boxes!

Pretty Cardboard Organizer Using Cardboard Boxes!

You can also make use of this fabulous Recycled DIY Cardboard Organizer as a smart storage idea for your dressing table and arrange your make up and other stuff in a proper and systematic manner, making it a super cool craft of a DIY Makeup Organizer.

Let us learn the super efficient how to make DIY Cardboard Organizer!

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Material Required to Make The DIY Cardboard Organizer

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  • Thick cardboard
  • Thin Cardboard
  • Color papers
  • Printed paper
  • Scale
  • Cutter
  • Adhesive
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Glue gun
  • Glue stick
  • Decorative flowers & Tape
  • Decorative lace

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Procedure to Make The DIY Cardboard Organizer

Step 1: Make a marking of 15 cm to make a square and mark 7.5 markings on opposite pairs of sides of the square.

Step 2: Make markings of 5.5, 4 and 5.5 cm respectively on the remaining pair of opposite sides. Cut out 3 cardboards in this shape.

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Step 3: Cut out the printed paper in the same shape and paste them on the cardboards.

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Step 4: Cut a 4 cm wide strip from the thin cardboard. Make changes in the length of the strip according to your need.

Step 5: Use this strip to make the walls for the cardboard boxes.

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Step 6: Now cut a 4 cm wide yellow paper strip and cover the outer walls of all the 3 cardboard boxes.

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