Recycle and Organize: Box for Organizing Towels

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Make a box for organizing towels or gadget-trinket boxes. It is practical, beautiful and super easy to make! Use a cardboard box and fabric. The box is not only to organize fluffy towels, is also for magazines, newspapers, toys, cloths, scraps of embroidery and more. The handle is a nice addition that brings practicality to the new box. It is easy to carry from one room to another or even when traveling. Enjoy!

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9 Responses to “Recycle and Organize: Box for Organizing Towels”

  1. akaallice says:

    Any WRITTEN instructions with diagram on how to assemble it? I have plenty of cardboard boxes, aileen’s glue and extra material hanging around to do this project. I just don’t understand the handle photos…

    • rebekah says:

      It looks like there were slits cut into the sides and fabric is pushed thru and glued down then the ends are covered over with either cardboard or brown paper. just know the ends you see in the picture are on the inside of the box

    • JBaril says:

      It looks like they cut a slit about an inch or inch and a half in the side of the box before they applied the fabric. You can see it right above the label. After the fabric was applied to the box they cut it again and then cut fabric for a handle and inserted it through the hole. The inside of the box around the slit is painted with glue so the fabric adheres to the glue when pressed. Then they cut a small piece of the cardboard and glued it overtop of where in handle is glued inside the box. I guess that’s to reinforce it. Looks pretty simple as long as your fabric doesn’t start shredding.

  2. Dibobshadowing says:

    Yes, please written instructions would be nice especially the handles

    • rebekah says:

      It looks like there were slits cut into the sides and fabric is pushed thru and glued down then the ends are covered over with either cardboard or brown paper. just know the ends you see in the picture are on the inside of the box

  3. Sg says:

    I believe that picture told 1000 of word

  4. amira says:

    owsem! im gonna try it!

  5. Leah B says:

    To make it more stable I would run webbing under the box to the sides for the handles. Just stitch it into a loop first.

  6. Poppy says:

    So many of your great ideas come without written instructions and those pics are too small to work out what is happening.

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