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7 Stationery Hacks To Put Your Old School Supplies To Good Use

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Your school days are long behind you, but you probably still have a ton of stationery lying about the house, don’t you? Instead of leaving them buried beneath a load of random stuff in your desk drawer, we suggest you put them to good use.

From pens to highlighters, and binder clips, here are a bunch of stationery hacks to try with your old school supplies.

1. Go Crazy With Rainbow Highlighter

Unicorn boardwalk? This is one of the easiest ways to distract yourself while trying to mark the important sentences in a paragraph, but I’m not complaining. I mean, now I can’t even tell if the highlighted part is important, or if I just got carried away!

2. Make A Glue Stamp Pad

This glue pad is not only great for glitter stamps, it can be used to stick paper as well. Just place the paper on the sponge, press lightly till the glue comes up, and then stick the paper wherever you like.

3. Make Your Own Galaxy Shoes

My obsession with galaxy EVERYTHING is getting a little too serious, but I couldn’t resist sharing this hack. Just a few strokes of markers and rubbing alcohol is all I needed to get these shoes or a whole lot less!

4. Clean Your Keyboard

Have you ever used those rubber/silicone keyboard protectors in order to prevent dust from settling between the keys? I absolutely couldn’t stand them, and had to toss mine out within a week’s time. This hack has come in handy ever since then.

5. Create A Cellphone Stand

Standing your phone upright against a glass or balancing it on a pillow while laying down, because all you want to do is stick to your Netflix marathon, is a task and a half. These binder clip hacks are making my life a lot easier, and helping me put my Netflix subscription to full use.

6. Prevent Cable Damage

Don’t even deny the fact that your cable wires fray all too often, and you have to use reams of tape to keep them from falling apart. This hack will save you tons of money on new cable wires every few months.

7. Do Some Bleach Pen Art

Bleach is a magnificent ingredient in the textile world! This bleach pen can be used on clothes, cloth shoes, pillow covers, or anything plain Jane that needs a pick-me-up!


Hauterfly's Content Writer and Video Producer, Kreena is a sucker for all things DIY. In love with nail art, beauty, fashion, textiles, and all things creative under the sun, she follows the mantra: Why buy, when you can DIY?!

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