Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Easy DIY Kitchen Storage

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I transformed 3 items into great storage pieces for the new Bakers Rack in the kitchen! I started with a milk container. I trimmed off the top and wrapped it in some extra fabric I had on hand, hot gluing as I went along.

I finished with a seam in the back. Again hot gluing it in place.
I tucked the extra fabric in at the top and glued down lose ends
Then I trimmed off the excess fabric at the bottom.
I finished off the container with some bakers twine and a fabric rose I had leftover from my Fall Wreath.
Next I used a leftover salsa jar. {Good news, I didn't even have to worry about removing the sticker goo.} I wrapped burlap around the jar and glued in place.
Again, I used some leftover material from the wreath. I glued a strip of fabric and attached a fabric rose.
And the last item was a shoe box. I lucked out and only needed to cover the lid of the box. I was happy with the way the bottom of the box looked. I cut fabric large enough to wrap around the lid.
 Folded in the edges {similar to wrapping a gift}.
 And attached one last rose.
And they were ready to be added to the Bakers Rack!

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