Trash To Treasure

Repurposed Phonebook Flowers

Recycled Phonebook
Comments (11)
  1. Antoinette says:

    I love this flower..not seen this one..thanks for sharing..I keep telling my Grand-daughter we’re gonna make a christmas tree out of one..I love flowers better..thanks for sharing.

    1. dwulf dwulf says:

      Thanks, Antoinette!

  2. Rachelle says:

    I don’t get the phone book either! This is a great idea!

    1. dwulf dwulf says:

      LOL! I know! I HAD to think of SOMETHING!

  3. Carrie P says:

    What a nice idea to use the phone book! I’ve seen regular books and music sheets, but this is fun!

    1. dwulf dwulf says:

      Thanks, Carrie!

  4. Kris says:

    I still use a phone book. I don’t have the numbers for all my neighbors and stores and etc in my cell phone. Besides I live where we don’t have the best cell service and I can’t look them up on line. So, one thing my grandmother did with her old phone books each year was put them in the “junk” box for the grandkids and great grandkids. There were things in there like old playing cards (for building card houses, keeps kids busy for a long time), junk mail w/stickers, and lots of other useful things. My kids learned to write their letters in old phone books by copying the letters on the page. They could color, draw, stick stickers and do lots of other things w/the pages. This was before I got into repurposing, and now I see how they could be used in so many other crafts. So, don’t write them off yet, they can serve very useful purposes, and putting the pages in printers now you can do some great colored printing on those book pages that are FREE!

  5. clo says:

    bonjour j adore vos petites fleurs les dernieres de votre blog mais je n arrive pas du tout a les faire je ne comprend pas comment plier a partir du numero 3 !!!! grrrrrr je dois etre vraiment nulle

    1. Dinah Wulf Dinah Wulf says:

      Hi Clo! Pull the bottom right corner upwards. The tip of the bottom right corner should meet the tip of the center of the triangle. Does that make sense? Good luck!! 🙂

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