How to fold a cute milk cartons
How to get a cute, reusable carton, with this helpful infographic.
A couple of weeks ago, I came across a post by @thedaymaker that I thought was great: Folding milk cartones into cute cute little tubes.
The cute, cute cartons have some pretty cool packaging, too, including a lovely little cardboard box that you can fold and put in a jar for a cute treat.
The idea was cool, but the instructions were lacking.
A few days later, I found the post again, and this time it was with a different goal: To help people fold cute, adorable, reusable milk cartone bottles into cute little bottles for kids.
I had heard about the awesome ideas out there and wanted to see if I could help, so I wrote this blog post.
I wanted to help people, too!
The post went viral and the feedback was overwhelmingly positive.
I was thrilled to see people using the project as a way to give back to the community.
But what did it take to get these cute, easy-to-use reusable cartones made?
Here are a few tips for folding and storing cute milkcartons:A quick note on how to fold these bottles: There are two ways to fold them: one with a flat surface, and one with two layers of paper (so you don’t have to worry about your paper falling out).
The reason the flat-faced method works better is because it requires no sharp edges or other cutting tools, so it’s easier to fold and pack than the two-layer method.
The first layer is also a bit more durable, so you don.t have to think about that if you’re trying to make a cute baby bottle.
A quick word on how long these bottles take to fold: It takes about 1 1/2 minutes to fold the bottle (so the first layer takes roughly 1 minute), but the second layer takes about 4 minutes.
This is because you have to cut and fold the second paper layer first, before you can start folding the first paper layer.
If you’re folding a bottle at the same time as the first, the second sheet will take longer to fold.
The same goes for the second bottle, so if you fold the first sheet first, it will take slightly longer to turn out than the second one.
You’ll also want to use a flat, flat surface for the first and second layers, because the paper layers are going to be folded differently than the flat surface.
If they’re not folded flat enough, they’ll just be squished together.
If you have a really large container that can hold these cute little milk cartoned bottles, it might be easier to just use a small round bowl for the flat side, and a little square for the folded part.
(I did that with mine, and it worked well.)
You can also try using a small spoon to scoop out a little bit of the flat paper layer and then put it in the bowl, but it’s not necessary.
If that’s not your cup of tea, you can just use your fingers to help it spread.
If it’s too wet, you could just pull it out and use a fork to spread it.
The extra help will help keep the liquid from sticking to the paper layer as you work, and the spoon will make the liquid easier to pour.
There are a couple of ways to store these cute milk bottle bottles, too: you can use them in the fridge or at the bottom of the bottle, or you can place them in a cupboard drawer.
I put them in my kitchen drawer, so they don’t get too hot.
The first thing to do when you’re ready to use these cute bottles is to fold your milk cartoner paper layers into a neat little stack.
After that, you’ll have two milk cartoning sheets that look a little like this:The next step is to put the two milk cartsoner sheets on a flat baking sheet.
I used a baking sheet that was slightly bigger than the milk cartoni paper, so the first milk cartona on the sheet was facing up, and I used that as a guide for what to do next.
As I’m putting the cartons on the baking sheet, I notice that the second milk cartonia has two sides that have a slightly different color than the first.
So, I place the carton on the flat baking sheets, and then fold the milkcartone sheets on top of each other.
The carton edges are the same size, and as I’m folding, the cartoner sheets keep sliding back and forth in their stack.
Once you have the cartones on the right side of the sheet, you have two layers to fold into a cute little bottle.