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  • DeAnna S.

    It's National Cereal Day! 3-7-2014 my favorite cereal is rice krispies

  • MaryAnne Crowley-Miner

    Business cards from recycled cereal boxes: idsgn (a design blog)

  • Michelle Newman

    31 Things You Can Make Out of Cereal Boxes

  • Casey Green

    So the other day I needed a box to mail something and we didn't have any! I looked everywhere I could think of to find one and out of desperation looked in the kitchen pantry where I saw a cereal box. Hmmmmm...Perfect! I cut it down one side, turned it inside out, taped the side, and the end, put my things inside it, and finished taping it up. It worked wonderfully!

  • Michelle Farmer-Taylor

    31 craft ideas to make with cereal boxes

  • Skye Long

    cereal box craft

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