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To assemble, I glued (with the hottest setting on my glue gun) the bottom piece to the inside bottoms of the front and back piece.
See from the bottom how the bottom piece is glued to the inside of the front and back piece?
I need to quit visiting your page because every time I look I want to do a new project…you are sooo talented! I covered some magazine files with scrapbook paper on my blog recently and they turned out super-cute, but I'm loving the fabric.
Secondly, I'm lusting after your craft space…if I promise to help you unpack, can I come borrow it???
Though they're less customizable than your boxes, bankers boxes are very sturdy, have the handle built in, and would work for those of us who just want the boxes, not necessarily the exact fit. If you know me well, you know that I LOVE anything polka dot, so when I spotted this paper at Hobby Lobby, I about screamed! It was 50% off. Next, I placed the labels I recieved from a white elephant gift exchange last week, on the boxes.
I put them on an in-expensive shelf I had stored in my basement, until I complete my office wall shelving (hopefully one day soon!). Thanks for linking up to Take-A-Look Tuesday at Sugar Bee Craft Edition – I featured you today! Brockey, Unfortunately I didnt use a template, I just used a ruler and made sure I penciled it in before I cut.
I think I’m going to pull some of the fabric from my stash and try that instead though. I love this idea and I am going to do it next week with some of the boxes we got recently that are the same size. Discover & share coolest do-it-yourself crafts for home improvement, interior design, and home decor.
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Looking for fab things for little ones?Sign up to our weekly email to see the best of what's out there. Then sew both fabric pieces into tubes, sewing the two shorter ends together with right sides together. Then turn over and place the handle about 2 inches from the top upper edge, making sure to center the middle the handle right where the pin is at the top edge. And to make the handle bubble out, place the two edges only 6 inches apart. Then connect those pin marks with a chalk line, which is where you will be sewing a line later on. Then turn the fabric over on it’s side and make the tip nice and pointy while lining up the seam that’s now running along the top, even with the pin that you placed on the back side. Just feel it with your fingers and line them up.
Finally, cut 2 rectangles that fit snugly into the very bottom of the box. Cut a piece of fabric that is a couple inches bigger around all edges. I have these really odd size cubby holes in my entertainment center and with this I can make them to the exact size I want!
I'm moving soon and I am definitely going to make some of those for my soon-to-be craft area. I was originally thinking cloth with cardboard inside, but this is a lot easier and just as cute! Your photos are lovely, the instructions are clear, and I can make cute stuff in no time on the cheap.
Not only can you store magazines here, but you can store notebooks, folders, and whatever else your heart desires. I have a bunch of these boxes and have wanted to get magazine storage boxes for awhile, but like you could not see spending so much on them!
I have purchase three magazine holders (one at a time) because they are so pricey for just storage!
I have one question – you wrote the lines are 3 inches wide but in the picture you have that the line is 4 inches wide. I’m going to the post office to get boxes tomorrow and will make them for everyone in my family. I picked up fabric for outsides and liners, now I have to decide on totes or boxes first :) By the way, I went in search of double needles Nobody within an hours drive has them (or plastic boning). I wonder if Ikea has some wood or plastic boxes in a similar style and then just cover them with fabric. I also tried this with a diaper wipes box, so that involved no cutting, but I know not everyone has toddlers running around, so thanks for the info on using any cardboard!
It sort of looks like the line is 3 inches up and 4 inches wide in the photo so I am going to do one that way (well I guess 2 that way). You'll also get first dibs on exclusive discounts and offers (including those from our very own shop!). I was just thinking to myself, "man, my craft room needs some serious re-organizing" and then WHAM!
I can make a dozen of them for super cheap and they will all match.*sigh* I am totally in love with these boxes.
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