Right now, all my craft supplies are just thrown into empty shoe boxes, and I figured it was about time to jazz those old boxes up!
Last year I shared a tutorial for creating fabric covered boxes, and I thought it would be fun to revisit that DIY to create some pretty storage for my craft room. I had some bits of scrap fabric, including some floral fabric leftover from a sew-a-long with Darling Adventures and also this beautiful yard sale find. I figured this would be the perfect project to put those beauties to good use.
I followed the directions for my 'That's a Wrap" Fabric Covered Boxes tutorial, and before long I had some pretty storage that I could proudly display on my shelves. Turns out that old, drab boxes just need a little pretty fabric to get all dressed up...
All you have to do is grab a box. Any old box will do:
You'll only need to gather a few supplies. (Tip: Just be sure the fabric is thick enough not to let any writing or designs on the box peek through.)
Get busy cutting your fabric and adhere it to the box with a touch of Mod Podge. You can find all the details for these steps in the full tutorial here.
And, that's a wrap!
It's great when you find a project that is fun to recreate again and again. My fabric wrapped box tutorial is definitely one I'll be revisiting a lot in the future. In fact, I still have many boxes left to cover! Over time as I accumulate more pretty scrap fabric, I'm planning to put it to good use to wrap up all those other boring old boxes that I'm currently using for storage.
So that's it! You just can't beat a project that uses supplies you have on hand, costs next to nothing and creates some pretty and functional storage.
Do you guys have any projects you like to revisit as well? Also, do you have any favorite projects for using up bits of scrap fabric? I'm always looking for ways to use up my stash.