Fun, summery decor........
But, as I mentioned arrows are great shapes because of the dynamic patterns you can create using them. Instead of perching these on my wood box, how about sticking them to the wall?
Or above the clothes hamper or recycling bins pointing down - subtle instructions.
I made my arrow using my Silhouette cutting machine and have uploaded the cut files here plus a tutorial on construction here. But, in reality an arrow box is very straight forward and it can be made by cutting two matching arrows and then strips of paper for the sides. Hold it all together with glue dots.
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