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I originally shared this tutorial over at One Krieger Chick.
I recently re-organized and re-painted my craft room and one of my favorite purchases was a storage cubicle with pink baskets! The fabric baskets are perfect to hold all my fabric. I separate my fabric by colors and thought it would be fun to add some dry erase storage labels so I always know at a glance where my fabric is. One of my favorite ways to craft is QUICKLY! 🙂 These Diy Erase Storage labels are super easy and come together—you guessed it— really quickly!
I found this fun package of adhesive dry erase sheets at Walmart the other day and thought this would be a perfect way to use them! If you can’t find them at Walmart I have seen them at the Dollar General and I’m sure they are all over the craft stores too!
1. First, cut a rectangular piece of scrapbooking paper.
2. Cut a rectangular piece of the dry erase sheet a bit smaller than your scrapbooking paper.
3. Remove the paper from the back of the dry erase sheet and adhere to the scrapbooking paper.
4. Using mini clothespins attach them to your storage baskets!
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Megan @ Our Pinteresting Family says
I love this idea. I need to try these out for my craft supply stash.