Reuse Design Challenge: Transform a Phone Book

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The Challenge

We reached out to five of our favorite DIY/Craft bloggers and tasked them with a challenge: Create something new out of an old phone book.

Take a look at the inspiring and beautifully functional projects we received. Voting is now closed.

Are you a craft blogger? Pitch your creative self to Earth911 for consideration for our next design challenge. Email your name and a link to your blog to media@Earth911.com. 2013 is all about you, you crafty DIY-ers of the blogosphere!

Official Design Contest Rules

Entry No. 1: Fabulous Phone Book Wreath

Photo: Kimberly Sneed, A Night Owl

Photo: Kimberly Sneed, A Night Owl

This entry was crafted by Kimberly Sneed, the creative lady behind A Night Owl blog.

Sneed: “Wreaths are a great way to update your home decor with little effort, and in this case, little cost! Months ago, I came across a lovely wreath made out of book pages like this, so when I received the phone book prompt for the Earth911 challenge, I knew I wanted to give the wreath a try with phone book pages! I really love how the wreath turned out and how something so cute can be made out of an everyday item we might just throw away!”