Introduction: Space Organizer
I found my son's table to be so irritating with his unorganised and misplaced things around. And since papers have been my other past time so I decided to try beat my imagination of it and fits it more functionally, so this organiser is how it comes about.
Used papers of past exams or any with A4 or legal sizes, White tacky glue, scissors and your imagination
Step 1: Preparation of Materials
Get the materials ready to start making.
1. Papers A4 or legal size, It can be a fresh new sheet or even used. As you can observed I am using the used materials. 2. White glue , Tacky is often use in the United States but it might be in other brand for respective countries. 3. Any Scissors to your preference. I am using the old traditional kind.
Step 2: Steps in the Making- Paper Rolling
As you can observed here I use a piece of used A4 paper and a small glue gun size stick in picture 1. Place the glue stick and starts with the edge or corner of the paper and press to begin rolling with the stick (picture 2). As you roll you can see the glue sticks out at one corner on picture 3, you may pull it out a bit until you roll up the whole paper. Glue at the last corner to finish. You may now have a stick of paper roll. Roll until you have plenty of the paper rolls.
Step 3: Getting Ready to Shape
From previous step 2. You should have collected many rolls of papers by now. Flattened it like you observed from the picture here. Next, rolled into balls like you may see in the picture here as well and those are the pieces you need to assemble to your desirable piece of art. You will probably spot some three balls tied together at the right end corner. lets move on to step 4.
Step 4: Assembled the Parts - File Holder
Alligned the balls into desirable plane as in picture 1 and tied them all up to obtain sturdiness and strength as in picture 3 and picture 5. Once the parts are set up properly and nicely, you got yourself a file holder. So far one functional serve. You can resize the width and height to your desired imaginations.
Step 5: Assembled Part 2 - Getting Another File Holder
Until this step now you may have noticed that this piece is actually two file holders being the left one done in step 4. The one on the right is a repetition with bigger width and no front plane. The centre are top planes and back planes according to the space you desire. You might explore the tension a little bit like the pictures on the main page but overall it serves the purpose I am looking for and enjoy it with "Happy Organising"
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