This super simple home organization hack uses regular vinyl as fabric storage bin labels! This project is sponsored by Cricut.
My temporary craft room was getting suuuuuuper messy! I was only supposed to be in this space a short time, but it’s now been 7 months! It’s been over 15 MONTHS since Eric moved and I was supposed to move as well but got stuck in the US. To make the most of my small craft space, I got some fabric bins to help organize all my Cricut supplies.
I actually found these bins at the thrift store in their original packaging from Target for $3.99! Turns out they are the same price at the store! Either way – it’s a darn good deal! These 3 bins were less than $20 and helped my wrangle all my Cricut Joy accessories.
I’m going to share with you all a genius little home organization hack! Instead of making iron on labels for your bins – JUST USE PERMANENT VINYL! It will stick just fine AND you can remove it and relabel later if needed!
- Open design space and either create your own words for the storage bin labels or use mine!
- Select MAKE IT.
- Load your Cricut with PERMANENT VINYL.
- After your designs are cut, weed the design. (Remove the excess vinyl.)
- Use transfer tape to place your storage bin labels onto the fabric.
- Use the scraper tool to press the vinyl firmly onto the fabric.
If you’re using your storage bin labels in a high traffic area or maybe with kids – using iron on vinyl might work better for you. I found the permanent vinyl worked just fine for me in my temporary craft room. Plus when I am finally able to move and get settled, I have the option to change the storage bin labels!
These bins are 11×11 and are perfect for holding rolls of vinyl as well as all my other Cricut Joy accessories. You can perfectly squeeze 4 rolls in a row and have plenty of room on top for more!
I’m so happy to have my little space organized and I especially like having all my Cricut accessories together. The DIY storage bin labels were the perfect touch. Plus – how cute is that font!? It’s totally me!!
I hope this project inspires you to try my home organization hack and create your own fabric storage bin labels!