Many crafts I have the best intentions of making require a material called chipboard.
I had some pre-Harvey but then it got ruined by flood waters. Le sigh. I lost more important things than that so although the chipboard I like is only $20, it's still not at the top of my list of things to replace.
I thought I'd get away with using cereal boxes, but they were too flimsy. Then I thought. "DUH, glue them together." I'm sure I'm not reinventing the wheel. Nonetheless, I made a video of the process. Sturdy Cereal Chipboard
I used the matte Mod Podge medium.
I let it dry about an hour, then decoupaged a print out to the cereal board and let it dry again. It cut pretty easy but was a good weight.
I'll be doing this more often! #reducereuserecycle