And since making money is kind of illegal, I’m making organizational stuff and pretty stuff for my house.
And when I see my desk every morning when I walk out of my room, I’m usually wearing the same expression as one of those angry parents returning from vacation to a (somehow completely unexpected) disaster of a house.
I saw great tutorials all over the internet about how to make your own magazines holders from cereal boxes, but they were just really flimsy.
So, lay your box out flat on the floor or table, and look at the largest panel (there should be two in the same size). That’s what the pieces will look like, and how they will eventually make this damn thing.
First, I hot glued the pieces for the back together (these are the tall pieces, labeled D in the diagram above). Seriously, just lay ‘em out, add glue to one side, then lay the other side on top of it. You have basically just folded the whole thing up to exactly how it will look finished, except with the bottom open. So I wrapped it up in some brown craft paper (that I absolutely * l o v e * and use for everything). You can see the two diaper box magazine holders I made here (below) on the same shelf with the one I made from the cereal box (it’s the one in the middle). You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website.
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They live in piles all over our house and when I want to reference one for some inspiration, I can never find the one I’m looking for.
I would totally pay that for some of the cute ones (like the ones in the pic above, from The Container Store, West Elm and See Jane Work)…if I had the money. Because I made the mistake of going with disposables, and after paying thousands of dollars in diapers over the past three years (not an exaggeration), I wouldn’t throw the boxes out, so that I would feel like something that I paid for did not go out with the garbage covered in poo poo.
I had four boxes on hand and no two were the same size, so this diagram is just done to some general proportions.
Lay a magazine down on top of it and make sure that the panel is at least a quarter to a half inch larger on all sides that the magazine. Draw it out with a pencil first, and make sure to work with the folds and cuts that are already there.
Technically, they can be oriented the same way, but I wanted to keep the printed side of the box out and the plain side in (so that I wouldn’t have to paint the inside white to cover the diaper logo later). Now, with the back and front, my flaps were the exact same size, because I was just using the flaps that were already there on the box. I just wrapped it like I would wrap a present, but tucked the paper into the hole so it would be long enough that you wouldn’t see the paper ends. It is cuter in this photo, mainly because of the adorable wrapping paper, but it is a lot smaller (it can only hold National Geographic magazines), and it really needs the diaper boxes on either side to even hold it up.
I think that will work much better than the little round hangy tags I’m using now, and will probably make them look a lot more finished. Go check out the other amazing projects posted at Today’s Creative Blog Get Your Craft On! It guides, mirrors and informs young people to take charge of their destinies and live their dreams and goals.
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Plus, they were barely big enough for the magazines, and I thought they looked a little puny.

With the bottom, these are two smaller pieces that were cut from the smaller panels of the box (follow that?), so they did not cover each other completely as the other flaps (front and back) did. Y’all know I love this site, so this is kind of a big deal that I finally feel like I have a project that is worthy of posting over there.
Let me know how it goes, and if you find anything in the instructions that could be improved.
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Comments to «Make your own magazine organizer»

  1. Polat_Alemdar Says:
    Making use of Apple's where it left off, no matter.
  2. OnlyForYou Says:
    Free of charge ones, but you need.