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  • susan higley

    rainy weekend craft idea! Magazine paper rolled up and glued to a balloon. Burst balloon after drying.

  • Donna Hopkins

    DIY -- recycle magazine pages into bowls. Magazine paper rolled up and glued to a balloon. Burst balloon after drying.

  • Angeline Tan

    Rolled up Magazine Bowl - Awesome :) Magazine paper rolled up and glued to a balloon. Burst balloon after drying. #DIY

  • Georgia J. Morgan

    This is a really cool idea for "recycling" old magazines. ¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤ Magazine paper rolled up and glued to a balloon. Burst balloon after drying. #DIY

  • Debbie Hendriks

    Magazine Art Bowl. Blow up a balloon. Cut strips of magazines, fold in half. Roll up and glue to balloon. When all dry, pop balloon. DIY..... http://doitandhow.com/2011/09/17/magazine-art-bowl/

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Smart little idea I hope to give a try! Google images of "_____ silhouettes", print in desired size and cut out. Trace on back of scrapbook paper and cut out again.

Panels of newspaper tubes.

Paper teacups. oh my gosh I love this! Im thinking decorations for an Alice and wonderland themed party for Katie!!!

This is such a cute idea and totally doable.

Kinda weird and kinda cool

Both an art and a very effective fine Motor Skill activity: tightly rolling magazine pages and gluing the edges will create beautiful tubes that can be used in craft projects. Children can gain the benefits from creating them, and then again from using them as stacking sticks, art supplies, counters, and more!

  • Maryann Fay

    Beautiful. This would make a great craft for scouting.

  • Anne Kaufman

    I have a bowl made like this. I use it for rolls at dinner. The bowl always gets compliments!

This is a cute pot to make with rolled up magazine strips and hot glue them together

Hey future baby. You are totally getting knit hot air balloons. $3 for pattern, $40 completed.

so lovely and made of lovely little book pages.

100+ Ways to Reuse Old Magazines Original Inspiration by Abstract Octopus Attack, via Flickr

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