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Organizing my craft area has been an on-going project I am slowly working on whenever I get the chance! I have made some major improvements this year and getting organized has been wonderful! Today I wanted to share with you this awesome way for labeling project bins!
I usually have at least 5-10 projects in the works and it is nice to keep everything for each project in one place. This is especially helpful when I’m gathering the supplies needed for a project. As I find or purchase things, I can place everything in its own spot. Plastic bins, drawers, or in my case this plastic drawer rolling cart, are perfect for this sort of thing! Before creating these dry erase labels, I used Sharpie on masking tape to label the bins. It definitely got the job done, but left sticky residue on the drawers and well, it wasn’t as “pretty” as I wanted it to be!
After coming across dry erase vinyl for my Cricut cutting machine, I realized dry erase labels for my project bins would be perfect! I could easily re-label the bins as I completed projects and I would never need to remove the labels. I have been using my dry erase labels since February and I love it! I haven’t run into too many problems with the marker accidentally wiping off, but I pretty much keep the drawers in the cart and just take them out when I’m working on the project. They wipe clean easily and I keep a dry erase marker nearby that I use to re-label them as needed.
To create these labels all you need is Cricut dry erase vinyl and a cutting machine! There are dozens of pretty label designs in Cricut Design Space. Choose the label you’d like and size it to the dimensions that fit your bins and drawers.
So easy and so useful!! I hope to share the rest of my newly organized craft space soon. :)
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