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  • Melissa Rowan

    Definitely doing this for the kids' valentine boxes. Normally you may not think there are many recycled Valentine’s Day crafts. Well here is one you will definitely be amazed by. These Cereal Box Valentine Holders are so creative, and unique. Julie Lewis designed these.

  • Candice Sinnott

    valentines card holders | Cereal Box Valentine Holder: Inexpensive and Earth friendly! Turn ...

  • Danielle Bartos

    Valentine's Day crafts (classroom-appropriate for kids): cereal box valentine card or treat holder

  • Anaite Arnold

    cereal box valentine holders made me think - I dont think kids make/decorate Valentines Day boxes at school anymore - too bad, I had good memories of making those boxes :) Feb update: they DO get to make robot Valentine boxes this year - 1st box ever for her

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Cereal box organizers! what an awesome idea to recycle those cereal boxes!! I REALLY recommend this project i have made 4 of them and i LOVE THEM!! they keep my mail organized and you can designe them according to your home decior!

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  • JESSICA SMITH

    Cute idea! I love to upcycle. I have a ton of cereal boxes that I use as pages to mini albums. But when I made this box,it was too small for the wine glass I wanted to put it in. But I am tweeking the concept for it to work for what I need it for.

fun idea. if you don't have a Cinch binding tool, i've found that my local Office Depot or Kinkos will bind it for you.

DIY NOTEBOOK FROM CEREAL BOX. cheap and unique. i will be back later with my new note book...

Cereal Box Organizer. This could be quite cute and useful if the bottom and sides are reinforced. Cover with fabric?