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Make a Chest of Drawers from Recyclable Materials -
Learn how to make a chest of drawers from cornflake boxes and other recycled ...
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How to Make a Chest of Drawers from Recyclable Materials (with subtitles)
By being creative with the simplest of things, fun art can be born plus you can take good care of our planet. If we zoom in on the map you can see that we are located on a small yet very important place. The Israel Museum, in the heart of the museum you will find the youth wing where the recycling workshop is located as am I, hi.
Here I will be able to show you how to make cool and useful recycled art. So today, I’m going to show you how to make a chest of drawers from cornflake boxes. To begin with, you all need three cornflake boxes or cardboard box, three bottle corks for drawer handles, four large plastic bottle corks for the short legs, 30 icicle sticks, hot glue gun, PBC glue, Sello tape, a ruler, scissors, a coif blade, a stapler and a pen. While collecting your stuff, make sure that the cornflake boxes are the size to fit into the cardboard box. I use of a box of 500 grams but other sizes will work just as well.
Let’s make our first drawer. The first step is sealing the cornflake boxes with Sello tape. Step two, make a hole in the cornflake box. Step three, decorate your boxes. I chose to use fabric but you can be creative and use other materials like newspapers, magazines, paint stickers, or whatever you find around the house. Step four is obvious, repeat. Step five put the fabric on the chest of drawers.
Step six, make the door tracks. In order to have two tracks you’ll need to make eight like this. Each one made of four icicle sticks. Step seven, draw where the tracks will be on each side of the box. Step eight, attach the isolated tracks under the lines you draw. Step nine, draw on the cork drawer handles. Step 10, face the short legs on your little piece of furniture, and that’s it. We’re done. If you’re an art lover or just love to be creative you’re welcome to visit us at the museum and join one of our recycling workshops. Or you can just check out the museum website under the youth wing section.