Managing Magazines

Sunday, 26 October 2014

After religiously collecting Company magazine for months and months, I found myself with a crazy amount of magazines that were starting to curl up at the edges and were taking up useful room. I couldn't bring myself to completely get rid of them but wanted a way to display them in an easier, more condensed way. 
So I decided to buy a plain white scrapbook, where I would be able to cut out my favourite articles and pictures, and then get rid of the parts I wasn't interested in. 
I thought I'd share this with you as I've found that it is a really fun DIY, which results in me having all of my favourite articles in one book. Its ten times easier to find things you're looking for, while doing a little scrapbooking for fun. 
You should definitely try out doing this with your favourite magazines, as it is a really cool way of displaying your favourite articles, while being creative and having fun doing it. You can lay it out however you want, and can make it your own by customising it with pictures and stickers etc.
I still have a lot of Company mags to get through, but once I've got through them all I will be left with a really cute book full of all my favourite parts (and about a dozen Vogues, which I won't ever be able to bring myself to cut up). 
Lily xx


  1. This is such a great idea! I too have a stack of Company Mags that are taking up too much space, I may try this!

  2. I absolutely love this idea! I really want to try this out soon :)

    I've also nominated you for The Versatile Blogger award, for the info about it and rule check out my recent blog post. I'm looking forward to reading yours! -
    Karis xx

    1. Thankyou so much! I will definitely go over and check it out xx

  3. I actually don't know Company. Maybe it's not a thing here in The Netherlands. I really like this idea, though. When I get my own place one day, I'd like to have books and such on my coffee table. You know, these typical coffee table books, haha. One that I really really want is 'Makeup Your Mind' by Francois Nars. Something like this is an amazing way of making your own coffee table book, that you (and your guests) can just look through... Thanks for sharing this!

    X Lucy Breakaway Beauty

  4. What a creative way to organize and condense magazines! Doing this would definitely free up a lot of space on my shelves. Great post! :)

  5. This is such a great idea, as I have a magazine build up as well!