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How-To: Repurposing Your Magazines


Since it's eco chic month, I can't tell you to avoid reading all of your favorite fab fashion magazines (or shelter magazines), but I will give you a few tips on what to do with your mags when you've finished. It's always nice to pass them along to friends, but if your friends aren't eco-conscious, it's likely they'll end up in a landfill. So, here are a few suggestions on what to do with your light reading when it starts to get heavy.

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hippiecowgirl hippiecowgirl 7 years
I love the box idea. I might try this as gift packaging.
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 7 years
I rip out the info I want to keep and pretty pictures. I use makeup and hair pictures to keep for inspiration. It's the best way to get rid of stacks of magazines. Just keep them filed away in organized piles.
emalove emalove 7 years
I need to do SOMETHING with them, I have way too many lying around my house!
ElizabethRae ElizabethRae 7 years
Hey CasaSugar do you what happened to my comment? A few of mine have been flagged for review lately and I can't figure out why.
Happsmjc Happsmjc 7 years
I used to make the envelopes when I was in high school and sending letters! I'm sure the post office thought I was crazy! They were so cute though!
murdock99tx murdock99tx 7 years
I always recycle & reuse my mags. Reuse: Crap Packages (tm): envelopes full of torn-out magazine articles and ads, and printouts from internet; sent to my best friends for some fun light reading on the airplane or just after a hard day's work. I provide written "commentary" in the margins & on photos, w/an extra-fine Sharpie. Especially a photo - particularly if said photo reminds me of some old running joke between us. Recycle: throw into the recycle bin, whatever's left from the mauling.
katiejane24 katiejane24 7 years
Ack, if only I had tiiime to do these things. These are definitely going on the weekend project list though. However...my shelter magazines aren't going anywhere. I tab them and save them for ideas and inspiration and use them all the time. But while I'm not repurposing my heavy magazine load into projects, I DO at least recycle every last one of them!
Home Home 7 years
ElizabethRae, you read my lips! I was planning to do mag envelopes as a DIY soon. Look out for it!
weeshebeast weeshebeast 7 years
I am SO going to try these ideas this weekend! Marvelous.
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