DIY Hanging Magazine/Wall Organizer Decor | ANN LE

DIY Hanging Magazine/Wall Organizer Decor | ANN LE


(peppy music) – Hi everyone, how’s it going? It’s me, Ann, and today
I’m going to show you how to make a wall organization DIY. I was inspired by something that I saw on a online store and I was like, hey, I can totally make this and personalize it
according to my own taste and I’m very excited to show you guys how you can do that as well. So, if you guys missed
my last couple of DIYs, I did some office DIYs and
also some room decoration DIYs for back to school so check
those out after this video. I will link then on the
bottom of this video. If you guys have not subscribed, subscribe so you guys
can get weekly updates on my videos. So let’s go ahead and
get started with this. For materials you guys
will need some fabric. You will need cording to
hang up the magazine hanger. You will also need a
fabric glue and this is my favorite brand of fabric glue. I got this from my craft store. It’s the Aleene’s fabric glue. I’ve been using this thing, like, forever. But you can also use hot glue. Next, you will also need a wooden rod. I also got this from my craft store and I just cut it to make it a little shorter. So for this first step
I am going to cut out my fabric into three pieces in
three different measurements. The first measurement is
going to be the longest. The second measurement is
going to be the midlength. And the third measurement is going to be the shortest length. I’m going to cut out the first piece. For the first piece it’s
going to be 28 inches in length folded. And for the width, it’s
going to be 20 inches wide. So for the width I’m determining it based on how I want it to hang on this rod and plus I’m also considering how much I will fold in on the side. So now I am going to
measure out the measurements and draw out my cut line. Then I’m going to cut out everything. For the second piece, I’m going to make it about 20 inches in length
and then also 20 inches wide. Let’s draw it out. (peppy music) So I have my first piece cut out and now I have my second piece cut out. For the shortest piece, it’s going to be 16 inches in length and
then 20 inches in width. So I’m going to measure that out and then I’m going to draw my cut line and then I’m going to cut it. Okay guys so I laid down the longest piece, the middle
piece and the shortest piece. For this next step what we’re going to do is fold in the raw edges. So have all your pieces
facing the wrong sides upward and you’re going to take
the raw edges on both sides, fold it in about half
an inch and then you can press it down with a hot
iron and then use your fabric glue to hold it in place. (peppy music) Okay guys, so we glued
in all the raw edges on all three pieces. And now, what you want to do is fold them with the right sides facing out and stack them on top of each other just to get a look and idea of how it’s going to look all together. So this is looking really good. These are the slots where
the magazines will go in or whatever you want to organize in this. You can make it smaller. You can make it bigger. I’m just going to go
for this size for now. And I really like how it looks. So the next step we’re going to take is just turn this around. So now you should only
see the one big piece. The next step is to take
out your wooden rod, place it in the back and
then fold your fabric over to get an idea of how this will look. What I’m going to do is glue them one layer at a time. I would say let this sit
overnight to dry completely and then it should stick all together ’cause once it’s on, it’s
really, really permanent. So starting with the first layer and now we’re gonna put
it on the second layer. Being super crafty here. Just go one layer at a time. Okay guys, so I was able to
glue all the layers together. They’re nice and dry. Everything is set in. Now for our last step, we’re
going to tie on the cord. Eyeball how much you will need. Think I’ll use this much. Now with the cord I’m going to wrap it on each ends of the rod. Start by tying a little knot here. Take some hot glue. (peppy music) Alright guys, we are all done. Thank you all so much for watching. Make sure to give this video a thumbs up if you enjoyed today’s DIY. Subscribe if you have not. Subscribe if you want to
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all so much for watching and let me know what your thoughts are. Which one is your favorite DIYs out of this whole back to school series and I will talk to you next time. Ciao.

100 thoughts on “DIY Hanging Magazine/Wall Organizer Decor | ANN LE

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  2. Great idea xxx Need to try this for when I re-decorate! Thank you xoxoxoxo- Lovely video as per usual xxx <3

  3. I love the pattern on the fabric! I wish i had wrapping paper like this.
    Btw this chanel is amazing. I finally see real DIYs and not just colourful tape and paper to make school supplies.
    I can't wait to see back to school videos here. Are you planning to make a few? πŸ™‚

  4. I thought that you where going to do from the other side!To stand the magazine or what ever else and not inside the fabrics!

  5. i wish i have that cloth coz i really love it but sadly i cant buy that one here in my place coz there is no available

  6. You can add another pouch to the bottom, glue off the side edges excluding the new pouch, turn it upside down, and stick the dowel through the now TOP pouch, and you got yourself a file holder!

  7. i totally going to make this for diapers, wipes, lotion, and all i need next to my babies crib, its beautiful, i just have to found some mickey mouse fabric

  8. Is anyone else in love with the necklace she is wearing!? (it looks like something I could diy but never pull off)

  9. Is anyone else in love with the necklace she is wearing!? (it looks like something I could diy but never pull off)

  10. Would this idea work as a curtain? If I made the top of it to fit my rod if might be a good space save in small apartment.

  11. it's sooooooooooooooooooooooo cute I really really wanna make it thank you very much for making this video

  12. I really love you and your lifestyle. I have been following you on snapchat and you have some awesome stories. But, I'm slightly confused, as to who Vincent ( sorry if I spelled it wrong ) is. And his PokΓ©mon Go craziness πŸ˜‚

  13. you are one of my favorite youtubers! you always inspire me to create amazing things πŸ™‚ thank you very much <3

  14. this is random, but this would make a great and pretty toilet paper holder in the bathroom for all the extra tp. :))

  15. ann, you sound so great! when you first had your surgery, you could hear how tight your jaw was, now you sound like your old self πŸ˜€

    i have to say it is very brave of you to keep going, i would have said, im doing nothing until im 100%, but you just kept going!

    and this is very cute πŸ˜€

  16. This was simple and elegant. Your video didn't show how each pieces where put together to make the pocket folds..? What type of fabric did you use(cotton, polyester, denim..) or would suggest? high schooler/ college students wall Thanks, God bless

  17. I love this diy! I just binge watched your last four videos you uploaded. I was wondering if you diy-ed your necklace. It's so pretty and I was staring at it almost the whole time. I might try to make it πŸ™‚

  18. i remember i started to watch your video before i came to the uk
    now i'm going to graduate soon and i'm still watching your video!!
    haha love all the DIYs you made! lot's of love from Mavis<3 xx

  19. Love your videos! I'm newly subscribed. Where did u get the necklace u wore in this video? U should do a DIY version.

  20. How the hell did I not come across your channel sooner!? So excited to binge watch xx.

  21. Omg I love this. I'm so inspired to make one for my team to have a place to store their brush belts at work!

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