DIY Back-to-School Projects: Various Ways of Jazzing Up Your Old School Supplies

Since it’s that time of the year again, we can’t help but think about ways to make our back-to-school experience enjoyable. Some people spend their time buying new stuff for school, while others choose to spend their time with their friends to catch up. However, what if I told you that there are many ways for you to spend your time productively aside from studying in school? This article will focus on giving you some project ideas that can help you think of ways to redesign some of your old school supplies so that you won’t have to buy new ones. Some of the examples are as follows:

Here is a nifty desk organizer that you can use on your own or as a gift. It will definitely give you something worthwhile to do during weekends or after school.

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Why don’t you jazz up your binders with some of the most creative printed designs that you can find. Here are some example of what you can do.

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If you have extra paper clips that you don’t have a use for, why don’t you turn them into bookmarks like these ones? You will definitely have something enjoyable to do with your family and friends if you choose to do this project.

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If you don’t have extra containers for your school supplies, here is a zippered pouch that you can definitely make on your own.

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This picture shows you a back to school organization corner that you can set up in the house. It is definitely the most creative project that you can do for yourself and for others as well.

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Collecting leftover notebook paper inviting them together to create another notebook is one of them most common back to school projects that you can do. This is a good project to do because you will not only help yourself but the environment as well.

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If you want to protect your books from the wear and tear of time itself, but do not want to spend too much money on plastic covers, making your very own book blanket is the best alternative that you can do.

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You can also make your own clipboards and design them according to your own taste. In this picture, you can see a heart clipboard.

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In addition to this, you can also make your very own pencil holder from one of those old mugs that you don’t use any more.

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Lastly, you can also make your very own pencil case from leftover pieces of cloth. You can do this by sewing them together to make your very own database can correct pencil case made of cloth in the future.

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