I thought you'd be happy to know that Sue has a wonderful tutorial on her blog showing you how to make a cereal box booklet. If you recycle this is a great way to use cereal boxes.
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Here's what Sue had to say about her cereal box booklets: Like most households we have recycle bins for paper and plastic and make it a point to toss in whatever we can to reduce the amount of waste that goes into the trash bin. I noticed recently that there was a pretty big pile of cereal and cracker boxes along with brown paper bags building up in the bin and so I pulled a few out and decided to bring them into the studio to see if I could turn them into something.
Use a light weight cereal, cracker or snack box for these booklets. You want to choose a box that has been made with cardboard that bends easily. Heavier cardboard boxes won’t work very well for this project.
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Sue is a Mixed Media Fiber Artist and Instructor. She teaches classes online in mixed media, surface design, fiber arts.