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BRAIN BANTER BOUT BOXES

DEFINITION

Wikipedia classifies boxes as a variety of containers and receptacles for permanent use as storage, or for temporary use often for transporting contents.

TYPES OF BOXES

ART AND CRAFT BOXES

Gift box, Decorative box, Jack-in-the-box, Pandora’s Box, Treasure Chest Box…..

FOOD BOXES

Cake box, Biscuit box, Salt box, Lunch box, pizza box, Bread box, Chocolate box….

PRODUCT BOXES

Jewellery box, Tissue box, Match box, Shoe box, Box frame….

ANIMAL BOXES

Cat box, Dog box, Bird box, Snake box, Bee box, Feed box….

GARDEN BOXES

Flower box, Compost box, Seed box….

UTILITY BOXES

Junction, Fuse, Post, Mail, Letter, Post office,  Lamp, Ludlow wall, Pillar, Wall, Relay, Booth, Police, Penalty, Signal, Telephone, Black, First aid, Ballot, Library book drop, Ammunition, Check, Coach, Despatch, Nest ,Set-top, Bulk Toolbox, Mitre, Storage, Money, Filing, Coffin, Drop, Sand, Linen, Hope Chest, Toy, Crate box….

MORE BOX BANTER

BOX TALK

What about the boxes we live in or the ones we think in. We get boxed in. We box our way out. We tick the boxes.

Don’t think in the box, think out the box!

Don’t think out the box; think what you can do with the box!

Don’t think; just fill the damn box!

Do you want the Money or the Box?

MAKING BOXES

We [the universal we]make boxes out of paper, wood, corrugated cardboard, metal, plastic and a host of other material.  We make them to last and last and we make them to throw away. We decorate, paint, label, sticker and stamp boxes. We tape them, tie them, strap them and nail them shut.

AUTHOR’S ADMISSION

We at Heart Eco love boxes, we love designing them, making them, decorating them and we love to sell them because they are so useful to our customers; and that makes them happy. We love happy customers!

INVITATION

We invite you to tweet us with a use for a box that we have not thought of and if you have ever made a box then why not pin it on Pinterest so as to inspire the box brotherhood!

 

Founder

Stewart Oliver

This will be the fortieth anniversary of my involvement in turning so called waste material into something of value. This journey has been incredibly eventful, fun and rewarding. The learning curve has been steep and not without the blood sweat and tears of a path less traveled. My mission is to pass on as much of my learning as possible. My experience in training others to play games and find a meaning to their existence supports this mission. Contact me if you are looking for a better way of living in this world and if you have found it already I would love to hear about it!