Make classmates jealous with these cool DIY projects for your locker.
DIY Wooden Frames
Forget the plastic variety. Balsa wood sheets are affordable, easy to find at the craft store, and, with a decorative hole punch (also available at craft stores), can be made to look like expensive frames. Add adhesive magnets to the back and—voila!—a picture frame as pretty as the photo inside of it.
Photo and idea from Flax and Twine. Get the full tutorial here.
DIY Photo Magnets
DIY Glittered Clothespins
For someone who likes a little glitz and glamour, these clothespins couldn’t be any easier to make—all you need is a little glue, a lot of glitter, and small adhesive magnets. Use the pins to display a class schedule or other important papers on the inside of the locker.
Photo and idea from Artsy Fartsy Mama. Get the full tutorial here.
DIY Magnetic Pen Holder
School Locker Chalkboard Initial
Special paint transforms a paper mache—or wooden—initial into a functional chalkboard, while ribbon lets the whole thing double as a bulletin board (use the glittered clothespins above to affix documents or photos to the ribbon!).
Photo and idea from Eye Candy Creative Studio. Get the full tutorial here.
DIY Pom Pom Rug
Nautical Themed DIY Magnets
With this easy craft, something as small as magnets can give your locker big personality. Simply select themed scrapbook paper at the craft store (or use printed out photos) and then follow the four-step guide—five, if you count drying time—to transform paper into durable glass magnets.
Photo and idea from Mod Podge Rocks Blog. Get the full tutorial here.