Utilize a high box as a spare armoire. If you're truly in-need: use cutup strips of cardboard as wall paper. Use two little pieces of cardboard cutout from a box to develop toy pop tarts that can be colored with pencils or markers and glitter - large decorative boxes. Usage pieces of cut cardboard to produce cool cutout design templates for photos.
Use little blocks of cardboard to produce toy individuals with pipeline cleaner arms, or cut out individuals shapes from a box to make play individuals. Connect a couple of water noodles to the top of a box and cut 2 sides out in order to create a mini play cardboard carwash.
An empty box might make for a terrific lamp shade (simply be sure to keep a fire extinguisher neighboring). Cut one wall off of a small box and utilize it as a dust pan. A few strong boxes, a couple of slabs of wood, a great deal of glue, and some sweat can turn into an enjoyable kid's play house.
Produce a sturdy laptop computer stand by cutting two identical sides and a back that suits slits on the other pieces of cardboard. Scratch your address on one side of an empty box and put it outside to produce a cardboard mailbox. Utilizing a cardboard tube (or a long, thin cardboard box) attach a flat, cutout piece to the end to make a toy scythe.
Some tape and glue with a few strips of cardboard eliminated from a box can make for a play cardboard gun. An enjoyable activity can be to take 2 boxes and turn them into a toy cardboard football using scissors, water, and a bowl. Make a cardboard crown for a king or queen.
Make an inexpensive iPod case by cutting and taping a few pieces of cardboard together. Grab some tools and an extra bike to develop a kinetic cardboard rhino. Cut a thin strip of cardboard out and color it to make an ornamental snake. Eliminate strips of cardboard and tape them to a single, curved piece to develop a cardboard beard.
Flatten, tape together, and paint numerous boxes to make a play stage background. Grab some paint and tape to turn cut out shapes into a fun cardboard landscape for a train or action figure play set. Think you've got skills with the scissors and glue? How about making your own cardboard mannequin.
Utilize packages for what they're produced: travel storage. A box, some kitchen area products, scissors, glue, and markers can be utilized to produce an enjoyable, play cardboard fire truck for kids. By cutting a couple of squares out of cardboard and using tape to put them together you can make a truly fun windball.
Play a life-sized video game of Tetris by using boxes taped together into different Tetris shapes and colored with paint. With a cardboard box, some scissors, and other supplies you could develop a play scooter. A flattened box can be utilized to make a diorama job. Use a small box (or cut a large box into smaller areas) to produce an art center.
To make a bird's nest shred apart some cardboard and mold into a bowl. Usage 2 or three boxes, some colored markers, and tape to produce a play piano. To make a chalkboard pin a piece of cardboard to the wall. You can spray paint it for different colors. Usage yarn and slices of cardboard to produce a bracelet then embellish with markers.
Put some bait in the end of package and wire a flap door to create a simple animal trap. decorative boxes with lids. Develop an one-of-a-kind cardboard record player using a paper clip for the needle suspended by a pencil anchored by an eraser. Cut a couple of holes out of a box and utilize it as a cardboard vacation star.
Color a medium-sized box black and yellow after cutting the open sides of the box into 4 wheels to develop a Flintstone-style school bus. Take a flattened box and fold it in half, then color it with markers to develop an enjoyable cardboard UFO for kids. Strap some balloons to a small box to produce miniature hot air balloons.
Fill your walls with shredded boxes to insulate a shed or cabin. Use small squares of cardboard cutup to make bingo markers, then utilize a big sheet of cardboard as a bingo board. Make a plinko box with presents and rewards to win. Eliminate a single side of a box and location it by a door for an instantaneous cardboard door mat (decorative box with lid).
Utilize some markers to create a mini billboard. Utilize a silver crayon to make a cops badge. Use a flattened sheet of cardboard with numerous "blocks" taped to it at different angles to create an enjoyable marble labyrinth. Cut up pieces of extra cardboard boxes to produce resilient envelopes. Use some scissors, a light, and paper to produce a fun cardboard lantern.
A few sheets of cardboard can be used as dresser drawer separators. Add honey or glue to strips of cutout cardboard to produce your own insect traps. Keep your clothes nice or separated with cardboard luggage inserts for the next time you travel. Utilize a propped-up box as an easy painting easel.
A long cardboard box can make for a basic vase. Create a series of wall storage containers with unused cardboard boxes. Use some durable tape to turn your extra boxes into baggage for flying. With some crayons and scissors you can utilize one side of a box to create a cardboard toy mirror.
Use cardboard tubes or rolls with a sheet of cardboard taped to the bottom to make dice shaker cups. If you enjoy archery you can utilize a few cutup sheets of cardboard to make an arrow quiver. Use paper plates as wheels to produce a toy cardboard jeep. Strap some wheels (paper or genuine) onto the box to make a play pioneer wagon.