Thursday, March 28, 2013

Regal / Shelf

Shelf 1    wesens-art.blogspot.com
Was man braucht: 
 Bretter
Klopapierrollen (5 Stück pro Ecke)
Klebefolie
What you need: 
Boards 
Toilet paper rolls (5 per corner)
self adhesive film
Shelf 2    wesens-art.blogspot.com
 Die Rolle der Länge nach zusammendrücken und in die nächste stecken. Nacheinander 4 Stück in 1 Rolle, die dann heil bleibt.
Squeeze the role of the length and put it in the next. Successively stuck 4 in one role.
Shelf 3    wesens-art.blogspot.com
Shelf 4    wesens-art.blogspot.com
Shelf 5    wesens-art.blogspot.com
Shelf 6    wesens-art.blogspot.com
 4 Stück davon für 1 Brett.
4 of these for 1 board.
Shelf 7    wesens-art.blogspot.com
 Diese dann mit Klebefolie bekleben.
 Then wrap them with the self-adhesive film.
Shelf 8    wesens-art.blogspot.com
 Nun das Brett auflegen - fertig ist das Regal!
Now put the board on them - the shelf is ready!
Shelf 9    wesens-art.blogspot.com
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17 comments:

  1. Such a great idea!
    I'm visiting today from Crafty Blog Stalker. I hope you can stop by my blog and leave a comment, too!
    ~ Megin of VMG206
    www.vmg206.blogspot.com

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  2. Thanks for stopping by allthingswithpurpose.com!! I am really impressed with this idea. We look forward to seeing what else you create for next Thursday's Link Up!! Check back on Sunday to see if you've been featured!

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  3. Ja wie cool ist das denn. Supertolles DIY. Die Idee mit den Papierrollenfüßen wird sofort im Kopf gespeichert.

    Liebe Grüße und vielen Dank für´s verlinken,
    Simone

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  4. Never would have thought to use toilet paper rolls, neat idea!

    Sarah xo
    girlfriendshoes.com

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  5. This is great! Wouldn't have guessed you used toilet paper rolls.

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  6. How clever! Mingling from "I gotta try that Monday Party!" I look forward to you coming and visiting me!
    Sandra

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  7. Wow! I have never seen this use for a toilet paper roll before. Very creative. :)

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  8. I can't believe that's how you made these shelves! I’d love it if you’d link up to The DIY’ers link party. http://homecomingmn.blogspot.com/2013/04/the-diyers.html

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  9. They look great! Thanks for sharing this at my Pin Me Linky Party. I hope you come visit & link again.

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  10. They look good in the picture. In college we used to use milk crates, and they didn't look that nice.

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  11. I'm following GFC from Friend Connect Blog Hop. please return the favor and follow me back at Evoluchun's Miscellaneous

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  12. Cute and thrifty!! Great idea!

    Thanks for sharing at Sharing Saturday!

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  13. Thanks for stopping by and linking up an awesome project. Stop by again soon!

    Have a great week!

    Susie@Bowdabra
    http://bowdabrablog.com/2013/04/06/crafty-showcase-link-up-anything-fun-in-the-craft-project-linky-8/

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  14. This is a really good idea! Very thrifty!

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  15. Who knew tp rolls would be strong enough to support all that weight. Great DIY. Thanks for sharing at the Creative Challenge.

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  16. wow!! if I didn't see it I wouldn't believe it!! amazing that the rolls could hold up anything! what a brilliant idea! thanks for sharing with the creative challenge link up!

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