Saturday, September 24, 2016

How to Make a Art Magazine Cardboard Holder - Part 3 of 3 - New Box plus Wrapping

Fig.1 Flat box 
and Scratch 
Made holder
By Gary Boutin

Tools and Supply:
Adhesive Spray
Paper template
Permanent Marker (any color)  
USPS First Class Box (Used)
A USPS Mail box needed wrapping.

This post shows the five steps to make a Art Magazine Cardboard Holder. 

Step 1: Fig.1 shows the painted magazine holder near a new unpainted USPS mail box. Fig.2 shows the use of a ruler to make a diagonal cut through the side of the mail box. Fig.3 and fig.4 shows one side of the diagonal is 6-inches on the short side and 12.5 inches on the other side.
Fig.2 Ruler
Fig.3 Top 12.5 inches
Fig.4 Bottom 7-1/4 in.

Step 2: Fig.5 shows one side of the box covered by star paper. Fig.6 shows the wrap over on the corners of the box. Clear packing tape was used tape the bottom of the paper and box together. 
Fig.5 Star paper
Fig.6 Wrapped corners
Step 3:  Fig.7 show on the left side is the clear packing tape. The blue handle scissors are on the right side and the top arrow shows the paper used to decorate the box. Fig.8 shows the magazine box has been decorated with star paper and the tools are scissors and clear  tape. 
Fig.7 Follow the arrow
Fig.8 Tape and scissors
Step 4:  Fig.9 and fig.10 shows the front and back of the decorated magazine holder. 
Fig.9 Back
Fig.10 Front
Step 5:  Fig.11 shows the art magazine and this post was a success. Now do this for all your magazine in your home or office.
Fig.11 Side view
How to Make a Art Magazine Cardboard Holder:
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