When we were kids, there were a lot of ways to keep ourselves entertained. Sure, video games were great, but if your parents were anything like mine, they didn’t want you spending endless hours in front of the TV. Thus, it meant a lot of time was spent using our imagination to create our own fun. LEGOs were cool for building things, but on the occasion when large cardboard boxes were in the house, great fun was always had. Well now making cardboard creations just got a lot easier.
So how does the Rivet Project Kit make assembling cardboard forts easier? Instead of relying on tape to keep pieces together, you’ve got 100 plastic rivets to do the job. You only need to poke a hole in the pieces you want to assemble, then put together both ends of the rivets. It will provide a much stronger hold than you could achieve with boring duct tape. The best part is that they are cheap and reusable. Just $18 gets you the full set of 100 rivets (half of which are 1/2” and the other half 3/8”, to accommodate different types of cardboard).