Hey everyone- Brittany here! Today I want to share with you how I made tags- both for organizing and for gifts using full box stickers!
I thought these notebook paper full boxes from PopFizzPaper would be perfect for organizing craft supplies!
I pulled out some paper from my scrap bin and applied the full box stickers to the patterned side. I made sure to line up with the edges as much as I could so that there was less cutting for me to do! Then all I had to do was trim around the stickers to my desired width.
Next I used some black ink for definition on the edges. This is completely optional I just really like the effect it gives! With an 1/8” hole punch I made the holes for the twine!
All that was left was for me to decide on my categories that needed labeling (I went with stamps & ink, hot glue gun, and paper punches) and attach the twine! I made sure to leave plenty of length to the twine so that I could easily attach it to my bins and trim the excess afterwards.
I love labeling bins to make it easy to find my supplies and even easier to remember where they belong once I’m done! Here’s how it looks on my shelves!
This same concept also works for making a unique tag for a gift or project! I used the floral watercolor full boxes from the May Kit, placed them on cardstock, trimmed, inked, punched, and tied! I even embellished a few of them- the possibilities are endless! It’s a great way to clear out those bits of string and scraps of paper we are all holding on to because us crafting ladies can’t seem to throw ANYTHING away!
I hope you enjoyed this simple DIY! Do you have a go-to project you find yourself making time and time again when you have extra scraps and supplies to use up? Please share in the comments!