And again another simple recycling idea: a book stand!
What you need:
gift wrapping paper
Wieder eine einfache Recycling-Idee: ein Buchständer!
Was man braucht:
Cut out the cardboard in the form as shown in the next photo:
In der Form ausschneiden, wie im nächsten Foto gezeigt:
Glue the gift wrapping paper onto the cardboard.
Die Pappe mit Geschenkpapier bekleben.
Put the 2 pieces together and the book stand is ready!
Die 2 Teile zusammenstecken und der Buchständer ist fertig!
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Are you going to make a Cameo file for this. Great ideaReplyDelete
Hi my friend, this is such a clever idea I will definitely make one. xxxReplyDelete
What a great idea!!! Thank you for sharing this. :) Gentle JoyReplyDelete
awesome idea :) Love the polka dots too! Found via pin me partyReplyDelete
I need this for my cookbooks, thanks!!ReplyDelete
I love this!!! How creative! Thanks for sharing at The Weekend Retreat, Hope to see you back on Thursday.ReplyDelete
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I love this idea. I love collecting books. I could wait to make one of these easy book holder stand. Thanks for sharing this idea!!
This is a great idea, I always have lot of spare cardboard. My little man will think we need to make one for each of his books!ReplyDelete
This is such a great idea! I can't tell you how many times I've needed one!ReplyDelete
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This would work well for cookbooks in the kitchen. Thanks for sharing. Visiting via "InspireMeMonday" linkup.ReplyDelete
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I love your bookstand and tutorial. This will be ideal in the kitchen while following a recipe and I bet the cookbooks will stay clean.ReplyDelete
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Love this project. Thank you for linking up @ Monday Handmade Linkup Party!!!ReplyDelete