Please feel free to use these textures on whatever project you like, be it commercial or private.
After a quick look around your home it doesn’t take a genius to realise that cardboard is one of the main items used in packaging.
Now that waste has being mentioned, it also seems important to mention the fact that the UK produces over 8 million tons of cardboard for packaging every year; and as a consequence often sums up as the largest solid waste around the world. The reason I am writing like this is because after reading my other blogs you will often find that I am writing about how you and your local council can do this or that in terms of recycling, along with some personal feelings on the issue. To make room for all these items, then please squash as many as possible before putting them in your recycling container. An easy way for you to reduce your waste is to stop junk mail coming through your letter box.
Primary schools or children’s groups may accept donations of card for craft activities.
Note: If you intend to use an image you find here for commercial use, please be aware that some photos do require a model or property release. The current weather conditions don’t allow me to go outside and shoot some outdoor textures, so I have to come up with new ideas for textures which are located in and around the house.
Large corrugated cardboard boxes should be flattened, bundled and tied (not taped) and put out next to the green bags. The Swansea Waste Forum provides opportunities for people, organisations and businesses to come together to share information and ideas, working towards the same goal of reducing, reusing and recycling waste in Swansea.

Neither the service provider nor the domain owner maintain any relationship with the advertisers. Cardboard is used for many different packaging applications, such as children’s toys, drinks multi packs and even TV’s.
You must be standing in disbelief, wondering how a material which is largely known as recyclable, is land filled time and time again. He writes blogs and articles on many subjects including industry news, recycling and printer cartridges.
Therefore, I tore up one of the old cardboard boxes from the move and created a small texture pack. I’m doing something called cardboard testimonies at my church and these pics will work perfect for the powerpoint backgrounds. They could come in handy if you need to send a parcel through the post or if you are planning to move house.  Spare cardboard boxes could also be used to create makeshift recycling bins somewhere in your house to help you separate your recyclables. Small items of clean card like cereal boxes, washing powder boxes, food packaging etc can be put into the green bag with the other papers. I’m currently working on a website project where I hope to use plenty of cardboard textures, and I ended up capturing a few good textures myself. In case of trademark issues please contact the domain owner directly (contact information can be found in whois). But just throwing it away after you are done with it is a waste as cardboard can be recycled up to five times before the fibres become too weak.

Aside from its professional uses for the production of business cards, playing cards, binder’s boards and the like. I mean, yeah, sure you can take it down to your recycling centre or throw it in the green bin, but what is the point of doing that when you can keep it for when you need it?
Note that some photos were cropped to save on file size, but all of them retain the same scale from the unprocessed images (i.e.
Below are a selection of cardboard textures I didn’t end up using, so hopefully by posting them here, someone searching will one day find them and put them to good use.
It is often kept around the house for whenever you think you may need it, ironically the reason is usually for packaging things back up! Obviously I don’t expect people to have a mountain of cardboard in their own homes but just a decent amount stashed away somewhere for whatever you need it for or whenever you need it would be enough to suffice. As sad as it may sound I truly believe you can never have enough cardboard, there is always one use for it no matter what, whether you are using it to package your precious family heirlooms or your three year old child is pretending a cardboard box is a car; you will often realise that this material can be recycled within your home itself, in contrast to lets say, used paper or drained batteries. And if you have them please release the paper textures set!No Reimer Reason Nov 30 2008These are fabulous!

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