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How to Make a Rolled Paper Cell Phone Stand

Take leftover recycled paper to make one of these handy rolled paper cell phone stands. It will convienently prop up your phone to ensure easy viewing on your desk or nightstand.
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April 8, 2019

When you needed that mobile phone stand so badly and all you find is paper all over the working place, get a pair of scissors and some glue to make an instant phone stand.

Supplies:

  • any kind of paper you can find. An old newspaper or magazine pages will do.
  • scissors
  • glue

Steps:

  1. Cut paper into little squares. I used colored cartolina because it's easier to stick them together and it's more stiff when it dries.
  2. Roll them to make thin paper sticks and secure with glue.
  3. Stick them altogether.
  4. Make 10-15 rows of paper sticks. Set aside and allow to dry.
  5. Roll 8 to 10 more paper sticks. This time make it look like a boat. See photo.
  6. Stick the curved sticks onto the straight ones like this.
  7. Roll another 4 sticks and cut in half.
  8. Stick first 2 halves on the ends of the bottom of the stand.
  9. Then the second two halves to support the back of the stand.
  10. Let it dry completely and then it will be ready for use.
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