From：Honge Package Co.,Limited Release time：2018-10-09
Overview：First, you need to cut out a circle which will be the bottom of your box. Cut along the line drawn by the compass as neatly as you can, otherwise your box won't be very round!
How to Make a round acetate packaging
Yes, it will be pretty round. How round? That depends on your scissors skills!
First, you need to cut out a circle which will be the bottom of your box. Cut along the line drawn by the compass as neatly as you can, otherwise your box won't be very round!
Then, draw a rectangle which will be the "body" of the box. Decorate it as you like.
Once you decorated the rectangle, place a ruler on the line between its length and the extra cm. Go over this line, along the ruler, with blunt scissors or a blunt knife. This will help you fold along the line later on.
Next, cut the extra cm into little pieces with a cutter. Cut about every 0.5 cm, to make sure that the paper can still make a nice circle.
Once that's done, fold all the little pieces along the line you just traced with your blunt knife or scissors. Fold them towards the side that's not decorated.
Make the "body" of the box by gluing the rectangle to make a cylinder. Make sure the circle you cut out earlier fits exactly inside the cylinder. Keep the cylinder in place with clothespins while the glue dries.
Next, put glue on the inside of the little bits of paper that you cut with the cutter. Put the circle inside the cylinder and fold the little bits of paper onto it. Your box now has a bottom.
While the glue dries, put a cup in the box and place loads of dictionaries on top.
If you want, you can glue another circle of paper onto the underside of the box, so that the glued pieces of paper don't show.