Magazine Page Suitcase DIY

Tuesday

A simple little suitcase makeover for your upcoming summer ventures. Enjoy...

Supplies: Suitcase, paintbrush, magazines, and modpodge c/o The Plaid Barn
Pantry Supplies: Scissors or exacto knife.

First, rip out magazine pages you would like to have on the front of the suitcase. Apply a layer of mod podge to the suitcase and lay the page down. Then, apply a layer of mod podge on top of the magazine page. Repeat these steps until the entire suitcase is covered in pages. Lastly, take scissors or an exacto knife (an exacto knife will provide smoother lines) and trim along the edge, making the pages fit perfectly on the top of the suitcase. 

38 comments:

  1. Wow, just wow, I would love one of these for when I go to Paris, it's so creative and classy!
    xox

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  2. I love this. Now I just need to find some vintage cases to use (not easy to find in the UK as it turns out!!)

    Sarah
    www.acatlikecuriosity.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. Oh wow I adore this !
    so doing it ;)
    http://natureisflowers.blogspot.ca/

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  4. WOW! fantastic suitcase! Love this idea <3

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  5. This is amazing!! Such a cute idea! Love love love it!

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  6. I so badly want to do something like this. I keep seeing awesome suit case tutorials, but every time I see a vintage suit case that would be the perfect shape I can't bring myself to mess with it. Arg!

    - Sarah
    agirlintransit.blogspot.com

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  7. Awesome diy! Love the suitcase ^^

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  8. wow, this looks so so amazing!

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  9. This is AWESOME! I'm definitely going to try some version of this.

    Sam

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  10. Gah! This is SO lovely! I need to learn how to modpodge asap!!

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  11. Very cute, what a great quick project to d!

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  12. this is just adorable idea! reminds me of old stamps on the luggage, thanks:)

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  13. I just went to a workshop this weekend featuring a lot of modpodge! This is a great project to add to my list-- Plus--what a perfect prop for staging or photos:) So creative as always, Kinsey.

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  14. Such a great idea! I will now go and find a suitcase and try it :)

    Greetings from the Midwest,
    Lotte

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  15. Great makeover! I always wanted to do this on my kitchen counter top.

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  16. I love it! I'll definitely be trying this one.

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  17. I just love this idea, such a great DIY!

    Zoe
    http://gypsiesister.blogspot.co.uk

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  18. this is really amazing!
    so easy and so beautiful!

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  19. Oh It is so beautiful suitcase :)

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  20. I have that suitcase!! Love this DIY thank you!

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  21. Looks super cute and vintage! Love it, now I wish I had a suitcase..
    chamomiledealer.blogspot.com - come visit :)

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  22. wow, i love this. I definetly try this!

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  23. Oh, I adore this! I found a vintage suitcase with a little bit of a tear on it and I've been keeping it, insisting that I'll think of some way to fix it; this is obviously that way! Thank you so much for sharing!

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  24. love it!! such a great idea!!

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  25. this is MAGICAL! love love love it.

    xo, lizzie

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  26. I love this! I'm actually working on a similar project with furniture at the moment. I'll have to see how it turns out.

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  27. What a great idea and at least you will know that no one else has it.

    Lou
    www.thekeypieces.co.uk

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  28. Absolutely love this and all your diy projects!
    Also, greetings from a new reader!

    xx, Alyssa
    http://dandelionsandthings.blogspot.com/

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  29. Did this and love it!! Thanks for the tutorial!! Here's mine: http://pinterest.com/pin/277815870733920738/

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  31. Adorable! Love this. I just picked up a vintage suitcase and now that I'm inspired, I know what I'm going to do with it! Thanks!

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  32. I love this - I hope you don't mind, I have a blog of projects I'd like to try and I linked to your tutorial in this post: http://myroundtuitblog.wordpress.com/2012/07/12/magazine-page-suitcase/

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  33. This is so creative! I love it!
    www.keaishop.com

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  34. It's so creative! I love it!
    www.keaishop.com

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