DIY Magazine Holder

I have way too many magazine subscriptions and I never throw them out. I may donate them to the library after holding on to them for over a year or so, but that means stacks are literally piling up! So, this diy magazine holder helped so I wouldn’t have to stare at unsightly piles of magazines.
What You Need: 1 Instant Oatmeal Box, Packing Tape, Scissors, Scrapbook Paper, Mod Podge
Directions: Cut the flaps off the box and reinforce box by taping outside of the entire box.
Trace the , bottom and sides of the box on the back of the scrapbook paper. Cut out the shapes.

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  • Mary
    on Jul 10, 2017

    Covering the box with Contact will make it even stronger.
  • Npetrie
    on Jul 11, 2017

    I have a cut-down instant oatmeal box in my cabinet to hold the remainders of larger packages (that I can then recycle to make space). Ex: individual Pop Tarts, snack crackers, beef jerky sticks, etc.
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