You need one or more magazines, a glue stick, tape, a hot glue gun, and the hot glue gun sticks. And time. This does take awhile.
So you fold the page in half, then open it and fold it in, then fold it in again. On both sides. Then you glue it together... If that doesn't make sense tell me.
The first center roll is without question the hardest. It might take a while, but once you have the beginning of the roll, add glue to the strip and make the roll as tight as you can. Then tape it.
Then tape another strip to the roll. Add glue and just wrap. Tightly as you can. And tape it. And just continues on to how big you want the base/bottom of your bowl.
Just keep taping strips, glueing, wrapping. Taping...
At about 3 1/2 inches is when a strip of paper goes around once. You can make the base as big or as little as you want.
When your done with the base, start gluing the strips so that its open on one side...
Opening like this.
When you want to build up the wall you can use either the glue stick or hot glue. Just wrap it slightly above the rest. You'll have a little edge.
When you start the wall you need the little opening in the strips. You use the hot glue and tuck the next strip in the opening.
With each strip go up a little. If you go too low your bowl will just go wider. If you go too high it won't have very sturdy walls.
How it looks so far.
From the side.
You just keep doing that until its the size you like.
How you finish. Glue it normally until the end. Add a drop of glue to the tab and carefully just flip it in.
This is how you end it. You don't have to if you like the loose tab.
TA-DA. My awesome slightly lopsided magazine bowl.
With a Nutella jar for size comparison.
This is a bowl I made a while back. It's about the same size. I use it to hold my bracelets, hair ties, watches and that stuff.
OPTIONAL. You can get a spray sealant, I have Mod Podge Clear Acrylic Sealer in matte. You just spray over it. I waited a few hours and resprayed. (10 times-I'm paranoid.) It'll just protect the bowl.