Do you need a place to store your magazines? Instead of going out and buying one, why not make one at home that will cost you far less? We made our magazine rack at home with only a few items and an extra piece of fabric we had lying around. We used Cube Crackle Jet from SG Fabrics' new collection.
WHAT YOU NEED:
- 2 x 40cm wooden dowels
- 4 x 30cm wooden dowels
- 2 x 20cm wooden dowels
- All dowels must be 15mm
- 8 x copper corner pieces (90-degree fixtures - 15mm)
- Fabric of your choice - 80cm x 35cm
- Fabric glue or a glue gun
Once you have all your bits and bobs, it's time to assemble your magazine rack. We started with the bottom pieces of the frame and worked our way up from there.
We used the glue gun to glue the copper corner pieces onto the wood for extra stability. Your frame shold look like this:
We used an iron to fold the hem in the fabric before we glued it with our nifty glue gun, once you have secured the hem, you can insert your 40cm dowels.
From this point on, it's easy sailing and you can connect your dowels to complete your magazine rack's frame.
THE FINISHED PRODUCT:
The fabric we used for our DIY magazine rack is from new collection Cube. To view more of this stunning range click here.
YOU MAY ALSO BE INTERESTED IN READING: