Building a color-coded bookshelf is the perfect way to organize your home library. Learn how to make a DIY color-coded bookshelf with this tutorial.
Are you all ready for what could quite possibly be the easiest DIY of all time?! It’s also super inexpensive and…wait for it…VERY colorful.
Plus, we thought this DIY Color Coded bookshelf happened to be fitting for St. Patrick’s Day rainbow festivities.
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We had a ton of people ask about our fireplace books. And they’re so simple to make that we almost feel bad for calling them a DIY.
You don’t have to rush out and buy a bunch of books to make an expensive rainbow shelf.
Instead, you just need three craft supplies and old books you already own.
Materials and Tools Needed to Make a DIY Color Coded Bookshelf
Old books — We used our own and also snagged a few in different sizes from the Dollar store and Goodwill!
How to Make a DIY Color Coded Bookshelf
1 — All you have to do is cut down the card stock to size so that you can’t see the cover of the book, and crease the edges firmly.
2 — Then, use the clear tape to tape each end to the inside of the front and back covers, and you’re all set!
Pretty nifty, right?! It does take some time to wrap each one to size.
But hey, it’s cheap! So you can’t win them all.
This hack is especially perfect idea on how to style an unused fireplace.
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DIY Color Coded Bookshelf
- Scissors or paper cutter
- Clear tape
- Old books
- Colorful card stock in the colors of your choice
- Cut down the card stock to size so that you can’t see the cover of the book, and crease the edges firmly.
- Use the clear tape to tape each end to the inside of front and back covers. And you’re all set!