Corrugated Cardboard

Published on 18 April 2023 at 17:13

Oh my gosh Becky, look at that corrugated cardboard!


If you have never used corrugated cardboard to craft with, I would suggest you give it a try! I'm not sure the last time I ever used it, or if I really ever have, but I am absolutely hooked after doing this adorable craft!!

This is a craft that you could do with a group of people, or even with little gremlins!


  • A piece of cardboard.
  • Napkin of choice.
    * I used (L7442)
  • Wooden tumble blocks or Jenga blocks.
  • Mod podge
  • B7000
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • White chalk paint
  • Black Spray Paint
  • Silver Spray Paint 
  • Wooden half beads.
  • Embellishment of choice.

First, I coated my chosen piece of cardboard with water. This helps peel the backing off of the cardboard to expose the corrugated part.

I then painted one coat of white chalk paint. While that was drying, a used black spray paint to spray the wooden Jenga Block. This is what I used for the frame.

Once they were dry, I used B 7000 and hot glue to make create my frame.

I added a generous coat of mod podge to my corrugated board, and gently added my napkin (L7442). Once I had it where I wanted it, I applied another coat of MP.

I then used a baby wipe to apply white chalk paint to make it look a little distressed and weathered.

I added the spray painted silver wooden beads, as well as some Spanish moss, and a button to finish it off!

Let me know what you think of my finished product and if you think you'll be using corrugated cardboard to make a craft!

You can watch the replay of my tutorial by clicking on the link below ⬇️ ⬇️⬇️ 

Please feel free to leave  a comment in my comment section!!!

Keep shining,





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