You can see all the materials you’ll need at a glance in our photo. Instead of a ribbon dispenser, you could use any other suitable cardboard box with a lid. You will then need to cut out the round holes with the cutter (which is actually quite a challenge!).
Remove the lid and cut out a slot measuring 5 x 3 cm at the top centre of one of the narrow ends.
Next, place the multi-socket adapter in the box and bring the cable out through the side opening that you cut out in step 2.
Plug in all the cables to be housed in the box and feed them out through the holes.
Place the lid on the box and use the edding 3000 marker to decorate it with words and designs in whatever style you choose. You could even make a template and transfer the motif onto the box with the aid of carbon paper.
Products and materials
- Knife cutter (e.g. edding M18 cutter)
- Ribbon dispenser box with small holes
- Multi-way socket strip, slightly smaller than the box
- Charging cables
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