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21 November, 2016
Clever recycled desk organisers
Ever wonder how your day at work starts with a neat and clean desk but ends up in a cluttered mess by the end of the day? Your answer to a perfectly organised desk is here - Clever Recycled DIY Desk Organisers. All it takes is a bunch of recyclable items to make a desk organiser that you’ll fall in love with. It’s fun, simple, and we’re not exaggerating when we say – life-changing!

Stack-up Can Desk Organiser

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You’ll need around 10 cans, Camel Artist Oil Colours, and a hot glue gun. Start by cleaning the cans, painting each one of them, and allowing them to dry. Place the cans to form a triangle in the order of four, three, two, and one. Use the hot glue on the sides touching each other and that’s it!

Shoe Box Desk Organiser

For this, you’ll need a shoe box, a pair of scissors, Camlin White Glue, a toilet paper roll, tape, and wrapping paper. First, wrap the box with paper using tape. Then, stick the toilet paper rolls to the bottom of the box in a pattern. Now, place your stationery in the rolls to keep them organised.

Juice Carton Desk Organiser

This will require an empty juice carton, a craft knife, a hole punch, and a small cord. First, clean the carton well. Now, cut two large flaps on the front and the back of the carton. Punch holes between the flaps. Punch a hole at the centre of each flap and insert a cord to make it work as a door. Start using it by storing your pens, pencils and other stationery in the box.
Voila! Your office desk will surely be the envy of all your colleagues at work. You can thank us later!

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