If you guys are anything like me, you probably love to do the SCS challenges as well as making cards for no particular reason. I have sooo many cards that I have made and no way to organise them and have been keeping all of my cards in a plastic drawer. Well, not anymore! I am so excited to share this with you all because I'm sure that you are going to love it as much as I do!
These cardboard bins are absolutely perfect for storing cards as well as other supplies. And the best part? They are alterable! The measurements for these are 9" long, 6.25" wide, and 4.5" high. The do not take up very much room but are able to store LOTS of cards! I was able to fit at least 50 cards in mine (keep in mind that most of my cards have many layers so these could easily fit MORE!) They will be for sale on the THERE SHE GOES website on October first along with the Spooktacular Silhouettes stamp set. The price for the bins will be 3 for $5.
Here is a tutorial on how I altered mine-
Step 2- Using foam brush, paint the bin with acrylic paint. Depending on the brand of paint used, you may need to do a few coats for good coverage. It's OK if it looks a little "rough" at this point, it's not a big deal.
Step 3- Cut 12x12 paper for each of the four sides of the bin. I did this by tracing the sides onto the 12x12 paper and then trimmed off a little from each side. Keep scraps to use to decorate the labeled divider cards.
Step 4- Adhere paper to box. I used red line sticky tape for this step.
Here is another card bin that I made. I have this divided into three sections: Birthday, Thank You and Everyday cards.