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Introduction: Gift Box From a Cereal Box

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Step 3: Step 2: First Fold

Fold the box in half.

All of the folds don''t have to be exact.

Step 7: Step 6: Glue Down the Front Flap

Flip the box over. Use hot glue to secure the front flap down.

Step 8: Step 7: Glue Down the Sides

Use hot glue to secure the side flaps.

Step 9: Step 8: Glue the Back

Use hot glue to glue the back flaps.

Step 10: Step 9: Done Gluing

Check the piece. The box should look like this when you''s perfect for a gift. Thanks to the people who really shares all their knowings about design and teaches that everything''t work with smaller boxes. If folding it in half from the bottom works with the dimensions of the sides of the box, it''t be needing the top flap of the original box at all.
I also found it easier to fold when it has been scored first.
Thanks for the design!

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elmo1015

7 years ago on Introduction

Thanks for the idea. My mom and I had a blast trying to make this. Even though I messed up and cut off a piece I was not supposed to, we used a cracker box instead of a cereal box, and we used tape instead of glue. It still worked! And here is what it looked like in the end.

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StoryAddict

7 years ago on Introduction

This is also a really great example of how to make your own boxes for trading card storage, etc.

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StoryAddict

7 years ago on Introduction

I actually had a friend gift his groomsmen with leftover cereal boxes without deconstructing them. It for 1 last update 2020/05/25 was both upcycling as well as funny because it was always a white-elephant gift, however, having seen your Instructable, I can see why this works better, since you actually wanted it to function without additional gift-wrap.I actually had a friend gift his groomsmen with leftover cereal boxes without deconstructing them. It was both upcycling as well as funny because it was always a white-elephant gift, however, having seen your Instructable, I can see why this works better, since you actually wanted it to function without additional gift-wrap.

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Origurumi

8 years ago on Introduction

You had me at ""! This was a great instructable and I like how you understand that most of the time, words don''t wait to try it!

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garret-belisle

10 years ago on Introduction

Great article. I''m always looking for ways to used those empty boxes :D

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shauny294

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for 11 years ago on Step 12

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for this is AWESOME!! i love this website.. im always on here making the stuff. if i send in some of my desgins do you reckon people will print them on here?

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nellydoux

11 years ago on Introduction

Cool instructable! I made mine and now I just put hair clips and hair bands in there. I lined the inside so I wouldn't have to see the imitation rice crispies logo inside, haha. Still thinking of ideas for decoration... ?

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cobibridge

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for 11 years ago on Step 11

how cool is that!!!