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6 Projects to Recycle Old Magazines!

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It’s nice to see people taking more interest in caring for our environment. You can recycle clothing, plastics, appliances, furniture, etc. but Today’s DIY tutorial is about recycling old magazine. I found some awesome DIY projects on Pinterest. Here’s the list:

1. PAPER FLOWERS

PAPER FLOWERS

You’ll Need:

Shredding Scissors
Masking or sticky tape
Floral tape
Wooden BBQ skewers
Magazines

MAKE THIS PROJECT!

2. Bows

Bows

You’ll Need:

page per bow (best if mostly one color)
double-sided tape
scissors

MAKE THIS PROJECT!

3. DIY Magazine Files

DIY Magazine Files

You’ll Need:

Foam core board (1 20×30″ piece for each file)
Pencil
X-Acto knife
Scoring tool
Clear ruler (recommended) or yardstick
Clear packing tape
Patterned paper
Scissors
Mod Podge
Label holders

MAKE THIS PROJECT!

4. Magazine Waste Basket

magazine-waste-basket

You’ll Need:

Hot Glue Gun
Mod Podge
Magazine(s)
Waterproofing Spray
Scissors
Water And A Bowl
Paint Brush

MAKE THIS PROJECT!

5. Magazine Clock

Magazine Clock

You’ll Need:

Magazines from the recycling bin
Elmer’s Glue-All
Pencil
Clock kit
Hot glue gun + hot glue sticks
E-6000 adhesive
Clear acrylic spray sealer

MAKE THIS PROJECT!

6. Paper Wreath

Paper Wreath

You’ll Need:

Many box chains made from junk mail, newspaper, or old gift wrap
An embroidery hoop
Glue
Some clothes pins or paper clips to use as clamps

MAKE THIS PROJECT!

 There are many ways to recycle things, Can you give us more ideas? Thanks!