12 stunning ways to recycle cereal boxes you wish you knew sooner

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1. Cereal box aquarium
If you have kids or if you work with kids as your profession, this is a great, artistic project to get their imaginations going. With some colored construction paper, pipe cleaners, and seashells, they can turn a plain old cereal box into their very own aquarium.
2. Pencil Case
As back to school season approaches, there are a lot of materials that need to be purchased. To cut back on the costs, try to make some of those necessities yourself. This pencil case crafted out of soda (or cereal boxes) is a great place to start as far as recycled school supplies goes.
3. Mailbox
Despite the proliferation of email and digital bills, it’s amazing how much mail still ends up on the kitchen table or counter. Instead of letting those bank statements and old phone bills pile up, try organizing them instead with this adorable mailbox by Everyday Dishes.
4. Purse Organizer
You know the keys are in there somewhere but for some reason, you have opened every single pocket multiple times and still can’t find them. We all know the struggle of the black hole that is the bottom of the purse. Never waste time searching for those keys or lip gloss again with this amazingly useful purse organizer by Fresh Crush.
5. Stationary Organizer
Keeping your desk organized is the key to having a successful work environment. We can’t get enough of this stationary organizer by Katydid and Kid. You would never be able to guess it’s made out of old cereal boxes.
6. Inspiration board organizer
This project utilizes a different kind of cereal box: the mini. Variety packs of cereal are definitely the way to go if you have a lot of kids who all want different things. However, they can be equally as useful in storage crafts. Cover with your favorite paper and tack them to a corkboard to create your own inspiration board.

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