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This Rainbow colored Vase is made entirely from PAPER! They carefully cut each strip of paper, rolled the strips into paper reeds, rolled the reeds into paper wheels, glued them all together, and added an extra coat of special paper glue to the interior for durability. The paper used is collected from magazines, candy wrappers, catalogs, newspaper sale pages and coupon circulars.
Wrap the paper strips or varing thicknesses around a pencil or pen (if you do it tight enough, it hold it's shape pretty well) For the larger circles, let out some of the slack.Then slide the roll off of the end and hot glue it to a canvas of your choosing
Roll It Up Vase - Simple Scallops For beautiful shelf edging, punch 4"-diameter circles from book pages. Fold each one in half, and overlap them along a shelf edge, using upholstery tacks to secure. Roll It Up Vase Cut old book pages into rectangles; then roll each one tightly and secure it with paper glue. Attach the rolls to the sides of a glass cylinder with double-stick tape
Magazine page folded strips for background Colorful use of positive and negative space. And who doesn't have a stack of magazines they don't want to throw away, but don't know what to do with them? Here's a great project to try. If you are patient.
Why didn't I think of this? Use a Low Temperature Hot Glue Gun to Make Snowflakes on your Windows! If you are afraid that they will be hard to remove, you could always spray pam on a cookie sheet, make the designs on there and then just adhere them to the windows afterwards. That way they're reusable too!