Bin Craft Organizer

6:00:00 AM

Once again the neighbors scrap
wood gave me inspiration...

I built a box and added a backing...

I added dividers...

And used some old trim pieces 
on the front and the top...

The whole piece got a coat of 
white chalk paint.

then I added metal bin numbers...

And now I'm looking for the perfect 
place to put it.

I'm thinking it's just perfect in the 
craft room.



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  1. Hallo, das ist ja wieder sehr schön geworden. Ich bin sehr häufig hier und hole mir Inspirationen.

    Liebe Grüße,
    Simone (Germany)

  2. I love this, Susan! Where did you get the bin numbers?

  3. I love it, Susan! You amaze me with the things you build!

  4. That is cute and useful. I love the photo color - looks awesome.

  5. I love this. What a great job you have done!

  6. The bin numbers really are the icing on the cake! Great project Susan!


  7. love it.. it gave me an idea of how to makeover something i already have.. Ill share with you if i get around to it.

  8. WOW this is awesome, I would have not believed you made really looks Vintage.
    Thanks for the idea..I might try this just a great way to organize little things. It'd be quicker though if I tried to buy one. Enjoy the holiday weekend.

  9. Wow this bin looks so cute! I agree what a great project!

  10. Wow, fabulous job! Looks like it's been around forever. Love it! :)

  11. Absolutely gorgeous! I want one! Love all of the detail you put into it.

  12. It's perfect - where did you get those cute little numbers?


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