DIY Pyramid Cardboard Organiser

1 Material
$0
30 Minutes
Easy

Looking for an inexpensive but really cool organizer? This DIY Pyramid Cardboard Organizer is easy to make and extremely handy - here is the How to!
What you need:
1. Cardboard (good quality)
2. Duct tape
3. Stapler or strong glue
Instructions:
Cardboard triangular tubes
1. Cut strips of cardboard to the size you need (mine is about 17x 12)
2. Score it into 3 equal sides
3. Use duct tape to tape the piece into a triangular tube as shown.
Arrange the modules into a pyramid shape and staple or glue each row onto cardboard so they stay together.
Pyramid Cardboard Organiser
You can paint it and glue decorative paper for a nice finish. This is optional.
Book Organiser
This cardboard organizer can be used to hold books/CDs or even as a shoe rack.
Shoe Rack
Happy Crafting!

Suggested materials:

  • Cardboard

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  • María Ávila
    on Jun 27, 2016

    Awesome!

  • Pat
    on Jun 27, 2016

    I order some of my groceries online and am always getting boxes in the mail. What a great way to declutter my mobile home. If you have ever lived in one, you know there is very, very little storage space. Thanks so much for this idea.

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