Tuesday, August 6, 2019

School Locker Organization

With school about to start back up again, it is time to start thinking about school shopping or locker organization. I don't know about you all but neither one is a favorite thing of mine to do. But, I did have fun personalizing these things for my daughter's locker.

StyleTechCraft & Deflecto has provided me with some of the product to create this project. The opinions I share are solely my own.

I found this "don't stress meowt" image online and cut it out using StyleTechCraft FX Ultra Metallic Magenta Vinyl and my Silhouette Cameo and the Studio Designers Software.

Here are the cut settings I used.....

I then used the StyleTechCraft Clear Transfer Tape with Grid Liner to transfer the image to Deflecto Interlocking Single Tilt Bin. Then using the pick tool from the StyleTechCraft Tool Kit to weed out the small areas in the middle of the letters.

I followed all the same process as above but used the StyleTechCraft FX Ultra Metallic Rust Vinyl and the StyleTechCraft Matte Black Vinyl for this image. I layered some of the Rust vinyl over the black.

For the binders, I used StyleTechCraft FX Ultra Metallic Pacific Teal Vinyl and the font I used is AR Christy.

The Deflecto Interlocking Single Tilt Bins fit perfectly under the shelf and can hold so many different things to keep them organized, they can also be hung on a wall if you do not want to use them in a locker. I only used 2 out of the 4 pack of bins but they can be bought individually as well.

Interested in the products I used? Products are linked to multiple shops below, for your convenience.
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