Junk mail piles up... and up. We trash it, shred it and try to find alternative uses. But the seemingly never-ending pest finds its way back.
Why not make a junk mail journal or notepad?
Return business envelopes make great journal pages. Photo credit: patpitingolo.blogspot.jp
What You Need:
- junk mail
- Scotch tape
Follow These Steps:
- Place junk mail pages (or envelopes) side by side.
- Tape pages together like a book binding.
- For the journal cover, measure and cut out two pieces of cardboard.
- Measure and cut out the paper you want to use as cover art.
- Tape or glue your cover art pieces to the cardboard.
- Tape or glue the first and last junk mail pages to the cover pieces.
- Let Dry.
Save paper. The PaperKarma app lets you opt out of junk mail.