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Wonderful Desk Magazine Holder

CreativeThinker
Mar 16, 2021 02:56:23

If you like reading magazines, this diy is a must for you after which you can organize all your favorite papers as you like. You can show your magazines off or hade them away just turning your holder. So, you can create perfect atmosphere in your space. 

Let`s get started!

Things you need:

  • cereal box
  • ruler 
  • pen 
  • marbled contact paper 
  • craft knife

Step 1.

Draw a line on one of the smaller sides of the box around half an inch from the top.

Step 2.

Turn the box over and on the opposite side draw a line across the width, 4 inches from the bottom of the box.

Step 3.

On both the front and the back of the box, draw a diagonal line from the lower to the higher line. Now just cut along all of the lines with the craft knife.

Step 4.

Roll out the marbled contact paper and use heavy objects to hold it out down flat. Place the box down on the gridded side of the paper. Leave about 2 inches at the bottom of the box and cut along the paper at the top point of the box. Make sure you cut a length long enough to go around the entire box.

Step 5.

Peel back 5–6 inches of the backing paper from the edge. You want some overlap where the start and end meet, so line up the top edge of the box 1 or 2 inches from the end of the paper and press down into place.

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