After you've unloaded your groceries, are you wondering what to do with your Farmbox box?
Sure, you can recycle it, and in some cases, we can even pick up your box, but when it comes to waste prevention, it's always better to reuse items whenever possible. So, if you're trying to cut down on waste or just want to get creative, here are a few ideas to give your Farmbox a new lease on life!
Many of us are striving to get organized these days, and sometimes all it takes is a few boxes to get those books, clothes, or gear that have been stacking up in the corner sorted.
Is it the silverware or the sock drawer that's stacking up? Organize your drawers with these easy-to-make cardboard drawer dividers.
A hammock for your cat
Pets adore cardboard boxes, so give them to your four-legged companion. A strong, medium-sized box, a box cutter, and a fleece blanket are all you'll need. Check out these steps for making a simple cat hammock.
Mulch your yard
Sheet mulching is a simple method to improve your landscape by repurposing used cardboard. You may make a new form of soil that won't dry out and is rich in nutrients by making layers out of compost and old cardboard. It will also aid in the retention of water and the suppression of weeds in your soil. It's an excellent approach to assist in the transformation of your lawn into a garden. So, what exactly are you waiting for?
Wrap boxes in canvas or rope to make storage bins for the various stuff strewn about the house. As an accent, you can get creative using patterned textiles and bows.
You can turn your old cardboard into fun and useful things like postcards (who doesn't like a handwritten thank you letter these days?), coasters, and more with a pair of scissors and your imagination.