Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Sheet Music Uses ~ Making Journals and More

Sheet music can be recycled and reused in many ways:

~shred it for filler paper
~make bookmarks 
~use it to wrap gifts
~decoupage empty teabag boxes
~background in framed photos
~decoupage or glue on notebook covers to create journals
~decoupage it to wooden bowls or boxes
~cut shapes for backgrounds for scrapbooks
~decoupage them onto light switch covers
~make Christmas ornaments 
~decoupage a lamp shade
~cover an empty tin can for a pencil holder, or other utensil holder
~make envelopes
~make gift tags
~homemade card making
~make Christmas garland using different shapes or decoupaging small plastic lids
~use strips to wrap homemade soap
~paper jewelry

Made by decoupaging sheet music, scrap ribbon, and using scrap #10 cotton crochet thread to crochet a music note and attach with glue.

Inside page is created by decoupaging a magazine page, a portion of sheet music, and applying a pocket by recycling a junk mail envelope.

Enjoy "SCRAP"ing!

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