Tutorial: a cardboard house for your cat

Tutorial: a cardboard house for your cat

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What Linda Rose loves above all is upcycling, this art of recycling and using sometimes unexpected materials to create beautiful and practical objects. It is with great pleasure that we invite the young Italian designer to explain to us how to build a cute little house for your cat. With only cardboard, a news item: 739781 cutter and a little elbow grease - but very little, we promise!


You will need: - Cardboard - News: 739781 cutter - Pencils - Large compass - Large ruler - White glue - News: 739807 brushes Duration: about 1 hour Cost: a few euros


1. Cut 38 circles out of your box, each one being a little 5mm smaller than the previous one. The largest circle will measure 21.5 cm, the next 21 cm, the next 20.5 cm, etc.
2. Each disc must be hollowed out - except the smallest. Cut a new circle in each disc, 4 cm from the edge.
3. Cut 7 more circles on the same model as the largest of your circles (21.5 cm hollowed out 4 cm from the edge). Cut an additional circle of 21.5 cm but do not hollow it out. This will be the floor of your house.

4. Assemble the pieces together (without gluing them!) Mount your pyramid by placing your circles from the largest to the smallest.

5. Draw the opening of the house while your boxes are in position.
6. Cut out the marks you made.

7. Replace your discs to make sure the cutting is successful.
8. Once you are satisfied with your result, you can glue the pieces together.


Your house (well rather that of the cat) is finished! Let the glue dry well, then arrange the interior with a cushion for a luxury home.

Thanks to Linda Rose Design for this tutorial, you can find her work in her Etsy shop. Did you like this tutorial? Send us photos of your cardboard cat houses on our Facebook page, and find more ideas on our Pinterest!


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