Monday, August 1, 2016
Got stacks of magazines lying around? Try your hand at these nifty projects that prove that old magazines can be useful and decorative around the home.
Need a trendy art piece to to deck your wall with? All you need is a piece of cardboard or wood, a pair of scissors, glue, and big, colorful text cut out from old magazines. The end result: a bold and colorful wordscape to call your own. Check out this example.
Get artsy with a set of whimsical paper flowers you can make with this tutorial. It’s cost-friendly and you get points for recycling too! No need to water, needless to say.
It’s a classic in arts ‘n crafts. While this bowl might take quite a while to make, it has infinite uses at home. Try it out as a centerpiece or as a handy receptacle for keys and loose change by the door. Follow this tutorial.
Magazine Photo Frames
Jazz up your photos with these colorful DIY picture frames made from magazines. Simply cut thin strips out of the magazine pages, roll them up nice and tight, and glue them together into a frame. Take inspiration from these examples and start assembling your own gallery.
Magazine Notebook CoversInspire yourself to write with these spiffed up notebooks -- just follow this simple guide to turn notebooks, notepads, scrapbooks, or simple folders into fashionable statements to decorate your desk with, or to take with you to school or work.