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Briefcase Made from a Recycled Macbook Box
Posted By Jorge Chapa On April 14, 2009 @ 6:30 pm In DIY,Recycled Materials | 1 Comment
We were glad to see that we’re not the only ones that, upon unpackaging our shiny new macbook , thought it was such a shame to use such a lovely case just for packaging material . Rather than ditching or storing the quite useful cardboard box, Spring Greening  finalist Alison Cromie decided to cover it with fabric and turn it into a case for crafting supplies. We loved her simple act of turning future garbage into a stylish and useful briefcase, and we think that Alison deserves a place in our Spring Greening DIY Design Contest . If you feel the same way then cast your vote  for her project today!
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