To begin my quest for organized perfection, I decided to make some of these beautiful magazine holders that were inspired by this post over at Sew Many Ways.
For this project, you will need:
1) Cereal Boxes
2) Scrapbooking paper (or wrapping paper, paint, or whatever else you want to use to cover these)
3) Tacky Glue
4) X-Acto Knife
5) Measuring Tape
Measure 5" up from the bottom of the box on the front and back of one side of the box. Draw a line connecting the two marks.
Draw a line connecting the 5" mark on one side of the box to the top corner on the other side of the box.
Cut along all of the lines you drew with the x-acto knife.
Use the tacky glue to cover one side of the box and lay the scrapbooking paper down on the box. Make sure not to make the glue to thick or it will make the paper crinkle. Cover all sides of the box this way.
Once the glue has dried, trim the paper down so there is just a little bit of overhang.
Fold the overhang over to the inside of the box so that it hides the cut edges of the cereal box and glue them down. Wait to dry and your done!