I was saving so many punched papers and nowhere to store them so I had the idea of making a miniature filing cabinet to store them neatly and organized manner.
Materials you will need:
- Cardstock paper (250gsm thick paper, I use an ordinary folder and it works great)
- Scissor or cutter
- Printer to print the template
Checkout this stop motion animation I did to show how the miniature filling cabinet works.
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Love the process of #stopmotion animation. Created this cute little file drawer to match the mini laptop 🤣 It’s actually great for storing punched papers or any tiny cut out papers. I might do longer stop motion with more story to it 🥰 . . . #diycrafts #miniature #miniaturedrawer #adamrayokay #papercrafts #diy #diyminiature #silhouettecameo #stayhomestaysafe
Just stacked ’em up together with glue
Look how adorable this is. You can add as much as you want or as little as you want.
Add your stash of DIY Confetti or small crafting materials
Get the miniature filing cabinet printable and cut file link below: