How To Make A Storage Box From A Cardboard Box (No Sew!)
Don’t we all need some extra storage? Although we may have plenty we always think that is not enough, don’t you agree? Well, in today’s post I wanna show you how to make a beautiful storage box from a cardboard box to use it around your home. And that’s not all… you also don’t even need a sewing machine!
First, you have to cut your box in the preferred size of the popsicle sticks.
Take your popsicle sticks and drop a little bit of hot glue at the top and a little at the bottom and then stick them on the box.
Take your ribbon and begin gluing it around to the bottom of the box.
For the inner liner, measure the long side and the short side, the height and until the middle of the bottom and add 2 inches to your measurement.
Fold your fabric in half, the wrong side facing out and cut to those dimensions.
Glue the short sides together with the hot glue, and you will end up with a folded side, two glued sides and an open side.
Place your liner inside the box, and if you have fraized end like mine, all you have to do is cut the two corners diagonal and glue the fabric by folding it over.
And there you have it! A gorgeous and easy made storage box to use it in many many ways around your home! Please feel free to watch my video tutorial below in case I've missed something here. Thank you!
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Evi from LoveForDIY on Aug 21, 2022
I’m really glad I inspired you, Anna!🥰
Mary McDonald on Aug 21, 2022
I don’t sew so gorilla hot glue and I are bffs. It’s an easy, effective and super cute idea. Me being a bit of a glam lover, might paint or add bling. However I’d still follow your initial instructions. Thank you.
Evi from LoveForDIY on Aug 27, 2022
I don’t sew either so the hot glue is my best friend too. 😉 I’m sure it’s gonna turn out beautiful! Thank you! ☺️
What are “fraized edges”? I looked it up, but found nothing that has anything to do with your project. I’d like to try it, but first I want to know what you mean so I’ll know exactly what to do. Thanks!