Wrapping Paper Wall Rack

August 3, 2012 at 6:14 pm | Posted in Craft Corner | Leave a comment
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What do you do with the extra wrapping paper you have left from the rolls of wrapping paper that you use for Christmas, birthdays or just because? Here is a great way to store the wrapping paper so you can re use it and at the same time use the wrapping paper as wall decor.

What you’ll need:

  • 36″ x 24″ open back frame
  • (5) 28″-48″ cafe rods any color you can always spray paint them
  • spray paint
  • ruler

You can start with your rods if you do not like the color of the rods 1st thing you should do is spray paint them so that when your done then you can start assembling your Wall Rack.

Now that your rods are sprayed painted to your color choice now you will need to need to do the same for the cafe rod hardware for the front of the frame.

Once you have the cafe rods spray painted and the hardware sprayed painted to your choice and it dry’s then you will need to attach the cafe rod hardware to the front of the frame with a screw driver and depending on the size of your frame and how many rods you have with your ruler I would say measure not more 2 1/2 inches to 3 inches apart from each other.

Here is an example of a frame with 5 rods going to be used:

Once you have the rod hardware mounted all the hard work is done and now all you have to do it insert your rods.

Now that your rods are in its time to insert your wrapping paper and the end project will look like this:

Now you will have your own DIY Wrapping Paper Wall Rack/ wall decor

Thank you @ 33 shadesofgreem for the pictures

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