A lot of my clients love using fabric bins to keep their kiddos organized. But they can be tricky to actually labels because the kids either peel the velcro off, throw off the plaque labels, or cut the string. This tutorial will walk you through the steps to create fabric bin labels with pictures to keep everyone organized!

How To Create Fabric Bin Labels With Pictures

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Materials

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This tutorial will walk you through the steps to create fabric bin labels to keep everyone organized! #labels #organized

Tutorial

Step One

Open Cricut Design Space. Create a new project. Find an image you want to use for your picture on the fabric bin.

Step Two

Weld the entire object together so you only get the outline of the item. Adjust the size to find your bin. For my project, my doll was about 6″ tall and 3.5″ wide.

Step Three

Click the “make it” button. Select Iron-On transfer material. And select the mirror button.

Step Four

Place the iron-on material on the cut mat with the smooth side face down on the mat.

Step Five

Load the cut mat into the Cricut Maker by pushing the double-sided arrow. Then push the C button. The machine will cut out the image.

Step Six

Remove the iron-on material from the cut mat. Then remove all the excess material around your design.

Step Seven

Follow the iron-on instructions of the iron-on material. For this project and this material, I was able to lay the plastic on the fabric bin. Then I places a thin piece of fabric over the material. Pressing my iron over small sections of the iron-on material.

This tutorial will walk you through the steps to create fabric bin labels to keep everyone organized! #labels #organized

Step Eight

Gently remove the fabric and plastic from the iron-on material. I had to do 1 more press of the iron over the material in a few places to make sure it was completely adhered to the fabric bin.

Step Nine

Fill the bin with only the items that are suppose to go inside. For this bin, it is all the dolls!

This tutorial will walk you through the steps to create fabric bin labels to keep everyone organized! #labels #organized

Step Ten

Teach the kids how to find what they need with the fabric bin labels! I have an easy tutorial for how to declutter your kids toys that is perfect once all the bins are labeled!

This tutorial will walk you through the steps to create fabric bin labels to keep everyone organized! #labels #organized

Now you can enjoy the fact that things are easily labeled for the kids to find exactly what they need!

This tutorial will walk you through the steps to create fabric bin labels to keep everyone organized! #labels #organized

I also have an incredible giveaway for you!! This entire week a group of bloggers are creating projects with Cricut, so we are giving away a Cricut Easy Press, mat, and materials!!! Not only can you create custom picture labels for all your bins with these materials, but there are sooo many more amazing projects you can create!!