1-Minute Clementine Box Doll Bed

By Cleo Clark-Athans

This one is a simple trash hack by a 7 year old.

1) Take clementines out of wooden clementine box.

Clementine Boxes Have Huge Potential, Photo © Liesl Clark

Clementine Boxes Have Huge Potential, Photo © Liesl Clark

2) Place small towels, rags, hand-knit blankets, anything soft inside the clementine box to make a “mattress.”

Inserting the "Mattress" Photo © Liesl Clark

Inserting the “Mattress” Photo © Liesl Clark

3) Find a cute fabric scrap, a doll’s blanket, or a pretty place mat to use as your bedspread.

4) Add a small pillow (mine was hand sewn at sewing class).

Outer Bed Layers Need to Be Appealing. Pink Seems To Work for My Small Animals. Photo © Liesl Clark

Outer Bed Layers Need to Be Appealing. Pink Seems To Work for My Small Animals. Photo © Liesl Clark

5) Put your favorite little animals or dolls to bed!

No More Monkeys Jumping on the Bed, Photo © Liesl Clark

No More Monkeys Jumping on the Bed, Photo © Liesl Clark

Looking for more clementine box reuses? We’ve used ours for storage of little toys or doll clothes, or as building blocks for constructing a big dollhouse. My parents like to use them as kindling. If you want more clementine box reuse ideas, please visit our Trash Backwards app.

Click Through for Clementine Box Reuses at Trash Backwards

Click Through for Clementine Box Reuses at Trash Backwards

Don’t forget that you can always type an item into the app for interesting DIY ideas and inspirations. You might want to know some very cool things you can do with your citrus peels. Or simply browse in our “Holiday” category for great ornament, wreath, advent calendar, and Christmas stocking ideas, too! If you have a clementine box reuse, please let us know.

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Categories: DIY, Repurpose and Reuse, Trash Pile - All Our Stuff, Upcycle

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