Brochures are a popular way to advertise many things, whether it be a business, service or practically anything. Getting the brochures into the hands of your audience can often be difficult, however. Handing out brochures to people one by one often takes too much time and man power. Leaving a stack of brochures on a desk or counter can be messy and unorganized. With a brochure holder, your brochures will be proudly displayed and easily accessible. Plus, a brochure holder is easy to make as long as you have a little bit of cardboard and some duct tape.
Things You'll Need
- Duct tape
- Spray paint
For the bottom of the brochure holder, cut out a piece of cardboard that is 4 inches square.
For the sides of the holder, cut out two pieces of cardboard that are each 4 inches wide and 8 inches tall. Cut one of the shorter ends of each side piece into a slant so that each piece is 6 inches tall at the shortest end of the slant.
For the front, cut a piece of cardboard that is 4 inches wide and 6 inches tall.
For the back, cut a piece of cardboard that is 4 inches wide and 8 inches tall. Use duct tape to tape the longest edges of the side pieces to the sides of the back piece.
Tape the front of the brochure holder to the 6-inch edges of the sides of the holder. Tape the remaining square piece to the bottom of the brochure holder.
Cut out a piece of cardboard that is 6 inches square. Tape it to the bottom of the brochure holder to add stability.
Spray paint the brochure holder whatever color you want it to be.