I always find it amusing and interesting that as the seasons change, I tend to receive the same types of questions from multiple readers. Recently, the question has been, “How do I label canvas bins?”.
I have received this question here and there over my years of blogging, but canvas bins must be totally hot right now because the question has popped up multiple times in the last few weeks. That’s my sign to finally answer this common question with another chapter to my labeling 101 series.
It is no secret that organizing and labeling go hand-in-hand. It is also no secret that I love to share my labeling tips with you. That is how the Labeling 101 series was born.
Does organizing have to be pretty to be effective? Absolutely not. But I always say, “Why not love it, have fun with it, and find ways to keep yourself motivated?” Any time that I have invested a little extra heart and attention to a project, it lasts much, much longer.
That said, when it comes to labeling, I prefer to add a little ooh, la la value. Whether it be a label made on our computer, or placed inside of a decorative bookplate or even created with my label maker, I want it to stick around for awhile and look the part. Labels keep everyone on the same page and really are a crucial part to most organizing projects.
So how do you label canvas bins? And do it quickly, easily and with a little pizazz? I am sharing four different darling options with you today, and with that I am only scratching the canvas surface.
To get started, I whipped up a few label options using my printer, and one cut with my Silhouette machine out of heat transfer material.
from IHeart Organizing http://www.iheartorganizing.com/2016/03/labeling-101-canvas-bins.html