S: Wyatt's Light Cave! Just poke holes in the top of a large cardboard box, insert colorful Christmas lights and voila! The cutest little reading nook/play area for your little ones!

*****put on cardboard castle******* ____OR Light Cave! Just poke holes in the top of a large cardboard box, insert colorful Christmas lights and voila! The cutest nook and play area for your little ones!

Here's a space filler for large voids or openings in your haunt. Plus they look cool too:These were large cardboard boxes given a makeover using paint and monster mud. Please watch this quick video to help you get an overall idea of how the build will be like:Materials Needed:Large cardboard boxesRust monster mud thinner blend (like 3.5 to 1)Black monster mudSilver latex paintReddish rust monster mudLight rust monster mudGreen monster mudWhite monster mudBlack flat latex paintClear

Finally checked out Terra's Tutorial for these Faux Metal Haunt Boxes."Here's a SPACE FILLERfor LARGE VOIDS or openings in your HAUNT. These were large cardboard boxes given a makeover using paint and monster mud.

Family photo using a large cardboard box. Individual shots combined to make a collage! Next yr Johnson family card?

Getting carded: The holiday card post

CLASS PICTURE IDEA~ This collage was made using one cardboard box, and then all the shots were combined. It would be a cool family picture too

shelving from boxes attached with large binder clips.  Some can be papered or such to create a different look

Shelving Made From Cardboard Boxes

Imaginative play town in a giant cardboard box. Hours of fun! by theimaginationtree  #Kids #DIY #Play_Town

Small World Play: Cardboard Box Town

You will need to find a box but everything else can be found at the toy library. The Imagination Tree: Small World Play: Cardboard Box Town

DIY dice... these would be great to set serving trays on for the buffet We could also make some super large ones for the entry or photo background.

Make your own Oversized Dice!

This indoor window box is so beautiful for the kids room. You can use large cardboard box that you cut in half, then glue fabric on the box with glue gun. Finally decorate with artificial flowers and ornaments as you desire. by seza.yardimci

This indoor window box is so beautiful for the kids room. You can use large cardboard box that you cut in half, then glue fabric on the box with glue gun. Finally decorate with artificial flowers and ornaments.

Your old t-shirts are PERFECT for repurposing and upcycling into play things for your cat! Create an easy DIY cat cave with a large cardboard box- kitty will love the new hidey hole. And you can add to it with t-shirt pompom and catnip toys- super easy to make yourself! #SadieSeasongoods / www.sadieseasongoods.com

12 Upcycle DIY Projects That Prove Everything Deserves A Second Chance DIY t-shirt cat cave from Tipsy Elves and repurposed / upcycled thrift store tee shirt cat toys by Sadie Seasongoods / www.

Train Tracks and City in a  Large Cardboard Box

Train Tracks Small World in a Cardboard Box

Cardboard tunnels, cereal box train station and train tracks drawn in a giant box! So much rainy day fun Maybe I can create this in the underbed storage bin for Chase, and move out that huge train table that is always in the way!

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