A beautiful triangular collection box, like a sandwich, can be used to pack some odds and ends of life.
It's a simple way to cut the paperboard and then braid it with hemp rope. For children, you can do this box to understand the geometric structure, while exercising the dexterity of the fingers!
There is a need to prepare:
Hot melt glue gun
1.Prepare the cardboard and draw an equilateral triangle on it.
2.Then draw four lines of the same length vertically on each side of the triangle at the same intervals. The length of the line determines the depth of the box.
3.Take out the paper cutter and cut along the outside line of the triangle. When it's done, it should look like this.
4.Pierce each rectangle of the cardboard with a needle.
5.There are 9 holes, all close to the outer edge and centered.
6. Erect a few rectangles on each side of the triangle, then take out the twine and start weaving. See the picture above.
7.Apply hot-melt adhesive to one end of the twine and stick it on the cardboard. And keep winding the twine.
8.Wind the piercing into the hole and trim the excess twine and apply hot-melt adhesive to the end of the paperboard.
9.Then take out the white twine and wind it in the same way.
10. The last white twine is slightly above the cardboard's edges. You can fix the white twine with a clamp.
11.Take out the twine and wind it around the punctured hole.
12.Can fix white hemp rope already, also have decorative effect.
13. Cut off the excess twine, a nice triangular drop box is ready!