DIY Organiser For Your Messy Drawers!! by Renee Brease - Musely
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DIY Organiser For Your Messy Drawers!!

posted in Various
07/09/2015
  • Over the last couple of weeks, I have been collecting left over food boxes such as cereal, snack bars etc. once I had enough to evenly fit into a drawer, I pleased them into the drawer to see if they fit evenly.
    Over the last couple of weeks, I have been collecting left over food boxes such as cereal, snack bars etc. once I had enough to evenly fit into a drawer, I pleased them into the drawer to see if they fit evenly.
  • Once I had made my mind up about where the boxes should go, I used the drawer as a guide to mark each side of the box to where I had to cut them. Then I just used scissors to cut them at the desired heights!
    Once I had made my mind up about where the boxes should go, I used the drawer as a guide to mark each side of the box to where I had to cut them. Then I just used scissors to cut them at the desired heights!
  • The next step was to cut down the decorative paper to size.
    The next step was to cut down the decorative paper to size.
  • I started by using a thin strip across the bottom and attaching it with double sided tape ( you can use something more permanent like a hot glue gun) You can use something like a card to push into the corners properly but be careful so the paper doesn't rip. Make sure the piece covers the full Lengt
    I started by using a thin strip across the bottom and attaching it with double sided tape ( you can use something more permanent like a hot glue gun) You can use something like a card to push into the corners properly but be careful so the paper doesn't rip. Make sure the piece covers the full Lengt
  • Once the first strip was secured, I repeated the same step but just in the opposite direction. Although I found it easier to do my creases first before I taped it down. Make sure the length of paper covers the outside completely.
    Once the first strip was secured, I repeated the same step but just in the opposite direction. Although I found it easier to do my creases first before I taped it down. Make sure the length of paper covers the outside completely.
  • There you have it! First one is done!
    There you have it! First one is done!
  • And this is what mind looked like when they were all finished, you can secure them to the drawer but I didn't do I could take the containers out and didn't want to damage my drawer.
    And this is what mind looked like when they were all finished, you can secure them to the drawer but I didn't do I could take the containers out and didn't want to damage my drawer.

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