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Make a Magazine Rack out of a medium size cardboard shipping box and newspaper comics and movie advertisements.
Find a medium to small size cardboard box (preferably 11 x 8) that will hold up two 25 magazines. Also you will need scissors and old newspapers or...
Cut off one of the narrower sides of the box.
Tape up the bottom of the box and reinforce all remaining sides with clear packaging tape.
Place the bottom reinforced side of the box down and cut off the top open flaps of the box so the top is smooth.
Cut along each side of the box diagonally from the bottom outside corner to the top inside corner. A steeper angle may be used depending on the size o...
Cut out newspaper comics or movie advertisements and wrap the box in those newspaper sections.
Place the magazines in the newly created pop culture magazine rack. You may also choose to paint a clear layer of gloss varnish in order to keep the ...
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