We’re focusing this week on Back To School projects and ways to keep organized throughout the school year.
A familiar site for many households involve “Box Tops” and Campbell’s soup labels. And a common struggle…where to keep them so everyone knows where to add new ones and where they are when it’s time to turn them in.
Designer Tessa Buys has a fun idea and cute too for tackling all those in your house!
I always do, but this year I wanted to dress up my storage solution for all those box tops. The result? A box with a magnetic back that I can attach to my fridge in style:
First, I started with an empty box (this one is about 3.5″ by 5.5″).
I cut off the lid and covered the box in patterned paper. I decorated the front a little bit, then tied twine and an Epiphany Crafts square charm to the front.
I added self-adhesive magnetic strips to the back.
All in all, this project took about as long as it takes homework to get done in an afternoon and now my refrigerator is a little more stylish.
Label Keeper Box by Tessa Buys
Epiphany Crafts Supplies:
Epiphany Crafts Square Tool
Epiphany Crafts Square Bubble Caps
Epiphany Crafts Square Silver Charms
Patterned Paper: Studio Calico
Twine: The Twinery
Other: Tissue Paper, Art Paper
While we have a moment today we’d like to send a special thank you out to two talented ladies…Designers Tamara Tripodi and Thienly Azim! Both are not only incredibly talented but equally sweet! They’ve stepped down for this final month and we would like to wish them both the very best and look forward to following their craft journeys!