I love labels. I think everything needs a label for things to be completely organized. Mostly because it helps everyone in your home know where everything is suppose to go. So I created these decorative toy bin labels using paper from Wild Whisper and my Xyron Sticker Maker.

How To Make Decorative Toy Bin Labels

This post was made as part of the Xyron Design Team. All thoughts and ideas are my own. Some links may contain affiliates. For more, please see my disclaimer.

Materials

Tutorial

Step One

Cut out the words for each toy bin using your Cricut Maker. I used the blue swirl paper for all my font. For me, I cut out hand-lettered text that said:

  • play food
  • cars
  • legos
  • blocks
  • books
  • cd player
  • figurines

Step Two

Cut out labels using your Cricut Maker. I used the shiplap looking paper to create the tags.

Step Three

Run all the words through the Xyron 1.5″ sticker maker. Make sure to rub the sticker strip before you remove.

Step Four

Adhere each word to each tag.

Step Five

Using the brads, stick the label onto the basket by placing it in the center of the basket. I did mine under the handle. My baskets are from Target. I like them because the brads will stick in the Y-weave. Plus they fit really nicely in my IKEA Kallax bench I made.

Now the kiddos know where everything should go when it comes time to clean up the toys! For more projects using Wild Whispers paper, head to the Xyron Facebook page!

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