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Shabby chic magazine/file holder | Cardesque

This is the time of year where I really try to get rid of or use some of my stash that I have accumulated over the years. I love Anna Griffin papers and I had wanted to use them in some scrapbook pages but they didn’t really match any of my photographs so I thought I would just sell them or swap them at my next scrapbook crop. But I then thought I would decorate my numerous plain magazine...

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Stampin' Up! Ideas Mini Magazine File Card Holder In this tutorial you will learn how to make a Mini Magazine File Card Holder using some fabulous Stampin' Up! products. If you would like...

Jake Jake says:
Plans for magazine holder?
I've found plenty of plans for magazine racks where the magazines stand up...but none where the magazines lay down so you can see the edge of the magazine. Does anyone know where i can find free plans for one?
Deblieux says:
a magazine rack is to display the magazine. If you want to to see the binding, you will orient the magazines like books on a bookshelf, or flat in a stack. Either way, what you are looking for...

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