We have a tiny linen closet. So, to make the most of the space, I have designated specifics to be stored there. Our towels and sheets, obviously. But also our extra supplies and medicines.
To keep everything tidy, I created linen closet labels as a collaboration for the Xyron Design Team and Waffle Flower!
How To Make Adorable Linen Closet Labels
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- Xyron Creative Station Lite with Laminate Refill
- Waffle Flower Embroidery Hoop Die Cut
- Spellbinder Platinum Die Cutting Machine
- Black and White Cardstock
- Tombow Dual Brush Markers
- Black and White Twine
Using the die cutting machine, run the Waffle Flower Embroidery Hoop die cuts through in both black and white cardstock. I used the large and medium hoops for labeling because my baskets were larger. If you have smaller baskets, use the small hoop!
Separate the black and white hoops and the inside pieces.
Write on each inside piece using the Tombow Dual Marker. I tried to create loose labels, such as extras and travel. Along with the loose labels, I create one for sheets and towels.
Run the inside and hoop through the Xyron Creative Station with laminate refill. To ensure that they stayed together, I had one hand on the labels as I ran them through and the other turning the crank.
Cut out the hoop label. Make sure to rub all around the laminate before you cut to ensure it sticks.
Cut a small hole in the hoop. I did it under the top using sharp scissors.
Put black and white twine through the hole and tie to bin. Repeat until every bin is labeled!
I just love how adorable these linen closet labels turned out. They are perfect for this space as it adds some character to my bins, along with function because we know what is in every bin!
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