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  • Shannon Phillips

    Genius! From Home Depot. Paint them whatever color, glue each one together and make a DIY magazine holder, book holder, or mail holder.

  • Michelle Callahan

    @Sarah Cline, you can do this for a book rack like what I have a my house. I'm thinking about making one of these too. It's so creative and beautiful. :) I have seen these at Home Depot. Paint them whatever color, glue each one together and make a great magazine, book, or mail holder. #DIY

  • Leigh-Ann White Soucie

    DIY magazine rack from Home Depot. Paint them whatever color, glue each one together & make a great magazine, book or mail holder

  • Bogdan Kinga

    DIY Magazine Rack using shelf brackets. Tutorial by This Old House www.thisoldhouse.... #magazine #rack #build #diy #tutorial #make #woodworking #shelf #brackets

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