DIY Magazine Holder…Out of Cereal Boxes! She is here to show you an amazingly easy way to take old cereal boxes and convert them into stylish storage items! I have magazines, coloring books, kids school papers, medical forms and other paper all over my house. I found a way to organize almost anything by making my Ideas, Organic, Diy Cereal, Colors Book, Diy Magazines, Cereal Boxes Crafts, Magazines Holders, Diy Book Box, Book Crafts
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Alisa Burke (one of my favorite artists) uses house paint primer to create a make-shift canvas out of cardboard boxes. Brilliant! It worked out pretty well! Waiting for another box to get finished to finish my set cod three for our office.
Make a magazine or mail holder from a cereal box. This site uses craft or wrapping paper, but I decoupage torn squares of wrapping paper or brown paper that's used as filler in amazon packages onto mine - less fussy and a good use of two recycled items! Makes for fast mail sorting into categories!
The Average American eats 160 bowls of cereal per year (source). That is over 300,000,000 people at 160 bowls each, every year. What to do with all those empty boxes? This week's Top 50 round-up with give you plenty of ways to repurpose them into decor, storage, jewelry and more. Enjoy!
Use a precut wood plaque for the base (you can find them at any craft store) and screw in a mismatched jumble of painted hooks. Perfect right next to the door for keys, scarves, umbrellas and more.
Wallpapered Magazine Holder Swap the utilitarian look of magazine organizers for something more artful. Trace the tall back panel of a magazine holder onto cardboard, and cut out. Using that template as a guide, trace 1 panel for each holder onto a width of decorative wallpaper (floral and geometric prints work best).