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Fun Recycled Office Supply Projects

I’ve been on an organization kick…I recently tackled my junk drawer and added a recycled “recycling” station for batteries and other objects that end up in the landfill by the billions every year. You can see my earth friendly project in the gallery below along with 11 other great projects using recycled materials that will help tidy up your office!

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  • Fun Recycled Office Supply Projects 1 of 13
    Fun Recycled Office Supply Projects
    Click through the gallery to see them all!
  • Drawer Dividers 2 of 13
    Drawer Dividers
    Make these great drawer dividers made from cereal boxes via Heart Handmade UK.
  • Pencil Storage 3 of 13
    Pencil Storage
    Colored pencil storage from milk containers via Recyclart.
  • Recycled Recycle Station 4 of 13
    Recycled Recycle Station
    Make a recycling station to keep batteries, medications and other supplies out of the landfills! Click here to see what you can recycle from your junk drawer.  
  • Wall Organization 5 of 13
    Wall Organization
    Wall organization made from recycled cardboard via Design Sponge.
  • Mason Jar Organization 6 of 13
    Mason Jar Organization
    Mason jar desk organization via It's Overflowing.
  • Desk Organizer 7 of 13
    Desk Organizer
    Craft supply storage from a frappuccino box via Under the Sycamore.
  • Recycked Notebook 8 of 13
    Recycked Notebook
    Make a notebook using scrap paper via Inspired Honey Bee
  • Recycled Door Desk 9 of 13
    Recycled Door Desk
    Recycled door desk by Meredith Perdue via The Inspired Room.
  • Magazine Holders 10 of 13
    Magazine Holders
    Magazine holders made from recycled boxes via Pink and Polka Dot.
  • Hanging Bins 11 of 13
    Hanging Bins
    Hanging storage bin from recycled containers via Make it and Love It.
  • Supply Caddy 12 of 13
    Supply Caddy
    Pen, marker, etc caddy made from a shoebox and toilet paper rolls via Aunt Peaches.
  • iPad Cover 13 of 13
    iPad Cover
    Turn a composition book into a protective cover for your iPad. Tutorial via Lil Blue Boo.

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