The cardboard box from Joolz has printed directions on how to turn it into useful items.

Dutch company Joolz has come up with a clever way to recycle the large cardboard box its strollers come in. Rather than throwing them away, the packaging contains printed instructions to show consumers how they can turn it into something useful. The box can be made into a lampshade, small chair, picture frame, and even a bird house.

Joolz explained on its website that, “Every box – from the pushchair itself, but also from every accessory – can be made into a practical and beautiful product.”

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