I guess that everybody has such a usual thing as a cereal box at home. Don’t throw the box away, you can turn it into a cool thing! Don’t believe it? Here is a bunch of DIYs that can be made of cereal boxes, and without much effort and special skills, that’s awesome!
If you work at home, you definitely have many files – and your kids who are going to school also. To keep them in order you will need a couple of file holders that can be easily made of cereal boxes and some cute fabric.
Missing summer? Make a cool popsicle piñata for your party! Get cereal boxes and some colored paper of your choice to create fun popsicle pinatas.
We’ve come up with a super inexpensive yet versatile cereal box mailbox to keep everything in one place till it’s ready to be sorted. Set it on an entryway table, a desk or hang on a wall to avoid that dreaded clutter.
Head back to school with this cute recycled craft by turning a cereal box into a stylish backpack for little ones. Strong enough for a toddler or preschooler to show off and a fun project that can customized in any color you’d like.
Why not talk to kids about what it means and looks like to save money? Add a little fun to this life lesson with these easy to make piggy banks. Kids can create whatever their imagination can come up with using an empty recycled cereal box.
This recycled cereal box snowman is a great craft to do anytime with supplies you have laying around the house! Gather an empty cereal box and any fun supplies you could possibly use. It’s perfect for holiday decor.
Raining outside? Or snowing? Are you dreaming of summer and miniature golf? Well, bring some outside love inside with your box of cereal. You can get as creative as you like with this cereal box miniature golf. Find objects around the house, or in the toy bin, that might work as different obstacles. And, if you eat enough cereal, you can make an entire course!
A desk caddy is a necessary thing for everyone who has a desk or a craft nook, and you can easily make it of a cereal box and some wood. Wanna know how? Read the tutorial in the source.
Old cereal boxes can be turned into notebooks. Use some cereal boxes for cardboard and add paper inside. To find out how to attach it, read the instructions.
This simple & fun project posted by Bella Dia looks perfect for exploring shapes and forms with the kids. With a little imagination we can put some of those post-Christmas boxes to good use!
Take some cereal boxes for cardboard and make funny animals for your kids. Elephants, giraffes, foxes, dogs and cats – everything that you can imagine!
These industrial decorative spheres were made of cereal box cardboard. Can’t believe it? The idea is making the spheres and then covering them with metal spray paint to make look alike.
Got a lot of magazines? Take cereal boxes and turn them into magazine holders to keep them in order.