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Steps

Step #1:

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Start with an empty box that is large enough to hold your stationery.

Step #2:

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Measure the length, breadth and depth of the inner box.

Step #3:

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  • Take a plastic coroplast sheet and cut out a piece whose width is equal to the depth of the box, and whose length is equal to the length plus the width of the box.
  • Fold it into a bracket shape and insert it into the box as shown in photo 2.
  • You will reassemble the box when the project is finished.

Step #4:

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  • Take the outer box and make marks on the top every 20mm.
  • Drill holes at your marks.

Step #5:

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  • Smooth the holes with scissors or a pen.
  • Insert your pens and pencils into the holes.

Step #6:

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Put some writing paper into the box, reassemble it and enjoy your stationery holder.