Create these easy-to-make DIY dry erase labels! They are perfect for storing craft and sewing projects. When a project finishes, wipe the labels clean and start again.
Hello Crafty Friends! Organizing my craft area has been an on-going project I am slowly working on whenever I get the chance! I have made some major improvements this year and getting organized has been wonderful. Today I wanted to share with you a quick and easy way to label project bins.
I usually have at least 5-10 WIPS (works in progress) going on and it is nice to keep everything for each project in one place. This is especially helpful when I’m gathering the supplies needed for a project. As I find or purchase things, I can gather the supplies for a project in one place.
Plastic bins, drawers, or in my case this plastic drawer rolling cart, are perfect for this sort of thing! Before creating these dry erase labels, I used Sharpie on masking tape to label the bins. It definitely got the job done, but left sticky residue on the drawers and well, it wasn’t as “pretty” as I wanted it to be!
After coming across dry erase vinyl for my Cricut cutting machine, I realized dry erase labels for my project bins would be perfect! Once a project is finished I can easily re-label the bins without ever needing to remove the labels. I have been using my dry erase labels since February and I love it!
Since I just take the drawers in and out when I’m working on that specific project, I haven’t had any issues with the labels accidentally wiping off.
I used my Cricut Explore and Label #M3616D from Cricut Design Space to cut the labels from dry erase vinyl. Then I just keep a dry erase marker handy and I can label and relabel these bins as needed.