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Recycled Craft Magazine Wall Art


Updated March 21, 2017
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Recycled Craft Magazine Wall Art
Recycled Craft Magazine Wall Art
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This Recycled Craft Magazine Wall Art video tutorial will give you a fun craft to do with your kids, a pretty piece of wall art, and something to do with all those old magazines that are sitting around. This recycled craft is perfect if you've been on the hunt for an inexpensive craft that you know your children will love. Plus, it is super easy to let your child's creative ability run free and personalize this wall art to be all their own. The best part is, when you're finished you get to hang it up and show all your friends how talented your children are!

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsRecycled Materials

Primary TechniqueRepurposing


Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Tacky glue
  • Old magazines
  • Pencil
  • Frame
  • Scissors
  • Silhouette shape cut out (using a cutting machine or a craft knife)

Recycled Craft Wall Art

How to Craft This Magazine Wall Art

  1. Rip pages out of some old magazines.

  2. Roll each page diagonally from corner to opposite corner around the pencil and secure it by using tacky glue.

  3. Glue rolled magazine pages onto the backing of the frame.

  4. Trim off any excess hanging over the edges.

  5. Glue the silhouette shape cut out on top of the rolled magazine page backing.

  6. Place in the frame.

  7. Hang up and admire your work!

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