I found myself pondering a design the other morning as I was cleaning up after one of the cats that would help organize the litter scoop. I figure if I made it out of cardboard I could just recycle it every month or so if it gets dirty. So, I spent a few minutes drawing it out on paper, then took some general measurements and set to work in Illustrator. A short time later I had a little scooper box.
I ended up using some wood glue on the seams to make it a bit more rigid and sturdy. One of the things I’ve found in using corrugated cardboard is that boxes come in a lot of different thicknesses of the stuff. So, as a result, a slot that worked great on one, doesn’t work as well on another. In these cases, wood glue works great
The design worked pretty well the first time, only a few slight modifications to the mounting slot that I had to enlarge with some scissors and add another notch.