Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Silver and sparkly magazine

Since I have been in recovery and 
since I have TONS of magazines 
(thanks to expiring miles bonus points)
I have decided to make the most of this 
sit down-lay down, time.

Here is a slightly different version of this recent book project.

You'll need:
spray paint
and time

Fold your magazine's pages like 


Take it outside and spray paint.
I started with a layer of white, and finished it with a generous layer of 
metallic silver spray paint. 

(I already owned both cans)
Now on to making a few more,
with magazines of different height. 
The trees will all be on the dresser in the girls princess room...
which I will reveal very soon.
Pinky promise.
Cost of this project
(my favorite)

Stay Frugal,


NanaDiana said...

A good thing to do while you are recovering. I love them- xo Diana

Dawn Engstrom said...

I used to make these as a kid! Love the post and hope you are doing okay!

Daphne Bryson said...

Good Evening Daniela, I do hope you are feeling a little better, I have been following you, but have been really busy as my daughter is visiting from India, so I have not been able to leave as many comments as I normally would. Take care of yourself and get well soon. Best Wishes Daphne

must love junk said...

You are seriously so creative! Can't wait to see all the trees :)

♥ Sonny ♥ said...

Dani, you amaze me. I am sooooooooo doing this while I watch a movie tonight.. loveit~! thanks so much for sharing with us.

get better soon.

Leslie Harris said...

Daniela you are something else. Your creativity is unstoppable, even during your recovery. tee hee. I love this idea, thanks for sharing and I hope this post means that you're feeling so much better.
Leslie (aka Gwen Moss)

Kelly said...

I love this idea. I've seen them done without the spray paint, but really love the finished look of the paint! So clever and a great way to recycle old magazines. So sorry to hear that you're still not feeling well.

Amy of While Wearing Heels said...

Nothing goes to waste in your house, does it? I love these and can't wait for you to honor that pinky promise and show them to us in your little girl's room.

Denise :) said...

Oh I adore this!! What a fun way to spend time while you're recovering, too. Can't wait to see the final display in the girls room!!! Thank you for participating in Favorite Things! :)

Cristina Garay said...

You are keeping yourself busy girl! Even while recovering! This tree is my favorite, you're tempting me to go and do some!

Kerry said...

It looks nice, what a great magazine repurpose!

Jill Flory of Sew a Fine Seam said...

I have a friend who made a bunch of these but didn't spray paint them. I love the spray painted look too~!

Sweet Posy Dreams said...

Coming to you from Artistic Expressions. I remember my brother making these with his cub scout troop way back when!

Libby said...

Ok, this is looking like a very cool craft. I can't wait to see what you do with them. #exciting.

And I hope you're healing quite nicely and will be good as new for the holidays!

Anonymous said...

Wow, looks so great, love book folding,but have never tried it before. Have to do it now!!

Fairhope Supply Co. said...

Oh, how I love a good spray paint project! I even wrote a blog post about it a week ago! This is a great project!

Aimee - said...

Turned out great!!! Take it easy! XO, Aimee