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Roundup: 10 Inventive Decor Projects Using Paper

Roundup: 10 Inventive Decor Projects Using Paper

Last week we showed you how to use cardboard to decorate your home, so today it seemed appropriate to share some inventive ways to use paper in your decor. You'll be surprised at how easy, affordable and beautiful these projects are!   

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1. Cover the back of a shelving unit with wrapping paper for a bold new look. Here's the tutorial. [Photo: The Chronicles of Home]

2. Give your bookshelf a more uniform look by covering your books in kraft paper... or any paper, really. [Photo: Ritzy Bee Blog]

3. Fashion a few of these beautiful paper anemones and put them in a vase for a fun splash of color. Find out how to make them here. [Photo: The Elli Blog]

4. Make a paper garland or bunting to use up that old scrap paper you have lying around. Find instructions for this one here. [Photo: HGTV]

5. Create your own pretty faceted paper vase... read more here. [Photo: Kate Nicholson]

6. Upcycle old cans by covering them with colorful decorative paper using this technique. [Photo: Good Housekeeping

7. Brown kraft paper can be incredibly versatile... make a table runner by adding white paint. Here's how. [Photo: Oh Happy Day]

8. Make a mobile by hanging paper cranes from a branch using fishing line. Paper raindrops would be just adorable too! Found here. [Photo: Buy Modern Baby]

9. Create one of these stunning chandeliers using paper flowers. Read more here. [Photo: Lia Griffith]

10. And last but not least, make your own giant paper dahlia using this simple tutorial. [Photo: Love, Pomegranate House]

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DesigningMom on Sep 10, 2013:

Ah shaking could work. Good point.


faith-towers on Sep 10, 2013:

Good point about the dust DesigningMom, you'd probably have to shake them out every now and then..... 


DesigningMom on Sep 09, 2013:

Allot of cute ideas here Faith. I really like the flower chandelier and wall flower. I'm afraid both would get too dusty in a home in the country and with four long haired cats. I bet my daughter would love them though. I'll have to remember and ask her. Either would look adorable in her baby daughter's room.

I would love to cover all the books in our home library with paper, but I think my hubby would think I was crazy. Though it houses both our books he's very priatory about that room as his desk is in there. I had dreams of a partners desk, but not that he has a TV in there, well lets just say I'm glad I have my own home office.


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