Uses for old telephone books: craft and cutting surface
Who uses a paper telephone book anymore? We don't, yet we can't seem to get our phone company to stop leaving them on our doorstep. Now that leaf-pressing season's behind us, what to do with these behemoths? Use them as a cutting surface!
My daughter has taken to using a craft knife for some of her art projects, and the phone book makes a perfect surface for her to cut on. Cardboard or old magazines would work as well, but the Yellow Pages are sitting around waiting for a job, so why not?
Would also work under projects that require gluing...just rip out the page for a clean surface.
Have you got a creative reuse for telephone books?
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