Cardboard Boxes – 25 Creative Ways to Use them

Christmas is now over and we are slowly re-entering our everyday rhythms. Before I continue I would like to wish everyone a happy happy new year, filled with health, love and creativity! I hope you all had a wonderful time, and that you are now rested and fulfilled from the holidays.

To help make 2014 more creative, I begin the year with a post on…cardboard boxes and 25 creative ways you can make use of all those gift boxes from the holidays.

The blogpost -in which I found these creative projects- gives us 25 different ideas, however I have chosen to share with you here, my own favourites. And remember, the important thing is not so much the project’s end result, as much as the creative hours you will have spent with your children.

Use a cardboard to create a story telling box.

Use a cardboard to create a story telling box.
Photo: the imagination tree

Create your own dreamy castle for storytelling and small world creative play.

Create your own dreamy castle for storytelling and small world creative play.
Photo: the imagination tree

Using a cardboard for your base, create your own town and roads play mat.

Using a cardboard for your base, create your own town and roads play mat.
Photo: the imagination tree

Make a giant colourful abacus.

Make a big size colourful abacus.
Photo: the imagination tree

Cut and decorate your own tree for creative play but also a unique decoration piece for the kid's room.

Cut and decorate your own tree for creative play but also a unique decoration piece for the kid’s room.
Photo: the imagination tree

 

 

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