Friday, August 28, 2009

I'm Going To Try This...

Here are 2 ideas from Decor8 that I must replicate. I am a magazine horder, yes..its true, and hard to handle at times. Mr Styles gets sick of them, and really I can only keep so many. So I think I will start removing the pages I love, and filing them as seen below with sheet protectors. Now....with that being said, I will only do that with fashion magazines. Home decor magazines are to much like books to me. I also love the idea of having clocks for all time zones on the wall in my office. Sounds great, yes?


*images from decor8


10 comments:

gigiofca said...

I rip out pages as I read the fashion mags. I later put them in the plastic sheets. I have a number of binders -- fashion, beauty, travel and home decor. Yeah, I rip up the home deco mags, too. It's an excellent solution. I really only like aout 10 pages of each magazine, if that, and most of the items I can bookmark online. Go for it!

dajewel1982 said...

ditto!! i do the same thing for my fashion and recipe mags!!

Dymesha Wheeler said...

I've been ripping out and saving pages for years. I'm currently planning a wedding and all the pages of I have collected over the years are coming in handy.

CECE FAB FAVORITES said...

OMG I DO THE SAME THING...IT IS A GOOD REFERENCE TOOL.

Daba said...

I do it for recipes. I think that it will remedy the mag situation & Mr Styles will be a happier man:)

Creativesista @ CL Journal said...

I do the same thing...I call them inspiration books! Love the idea...then the question becomes...what do I do with the binders? LOL!

Andrea said...

What a great idea! I'm all over this project this weekend--LOL!

Tami said...

I do that for food as well as design but I do keep the magazines that have the best designs. Go for it!

Adrienne S. said...

I wish I had the nerve to rip out my favorite pages, but I'm a recovering neat freak, so I'll get there... one day!

Rossi said...

This is a good idea.