***February Silhouette deal info at the bottom of the post***
You know the cheap “fabric” bins you can get to fit square bookshelves? Like these?
Image from ClosetMaid
You have some, right? Us too. We have a bunch in the playroom and some in kid closets and I think there are even a few in my sewing room.
They’re practical and they’re cheap. They’re also a *little* bit boring. And, my kids never remember what goes back in which bin. I bet your kids are smarter than mine though, right?
I saw this post over on Crafterhours yesterday and I felt my wheels turning! Keller’s new Utah Jazz inspired room doesn’t have a dresser…we’re using lockers instead. And in those lockers? “Fabric” bins.
I used some downloads from the Silhouette store for my clothing shapes…except for the underpants. I drew those on my own using the Silhouette Studio software.
Things you should do differently to stencil on this type of bins:
You’ll need to crank the heat on your iron way down to a wool setting at the very highest. I’d probably start even lower and then bump the temperature up a bit if the paper isn’t sticking. You’ll also want to place a press cloth or a scrap piece of fabric over the paper and the bin before ironing.
February Silhouette Promotion:
Valid February 23rd-28th
1 roll black premium vinyl
1 roll frosted vinyl
1 roll transfer paper
Home Décor CD
all for $225
Use code “CRAP” to take advantage of the deal.
Already have a machine?
Take 25% of Silhouette’s new Premium Vinyl using the same code (“CRAP”, in case you forgot. )