Marie Kondo talks about how we need to 'find a home for everything' so that we can keep our belongings organised at home... and we totally agree! This simple 10-step tutorial is perfect for you if you need a small shelf to store all your knick knacks.
You will require the following items:
-A cardboard box with flaps intact
-Hot glue gun
Cut off all the flaps on the cardboard box.
You should have 4 detached cardboard flaps as shown. You will only need to use 1 long flap, and 2 short flaps to complete the washi-tape shelf. You can put aside the extra flap for future DIY projects!
Wrap the cardboard box and flaps with paper.
Line the cardboard box and flaps with washi-tape as such.
Draw a 5mm x 50mm slit on the cardboard flaps at the following positions:
Short flaps: half-mark
Long flap: every one-third mark
Cut out the parts that you have marked using a penknife. Then interlock the flaps as shown.
Place a piece of paper in the interior of the cardboard box.
Use a hot glue gun to attach the cardboard flaps to the box.
There you have it...your very own washi-tape shelf. Comment below if you enjoyed this tutorial!