DIY Labeled Bins

I recently discussed tips to get your bathroom organized. I got a lot of great feedback regarding the bin I used, so I figured I'd share more details behind those bins.

Here's what you'll need to make these bins:

Blue Painters Tape
Plastic Bins: I purchase clear ones for $4.99 and also used wastebaskets that were $2.99, both from Target
Mambi Sticker Letters: I purchase them from Hobby Lobby. The were 40% off of the original price of $7.99

This wasn't super hard to do. Start with you clear bin and make a straight line across with your painters tape. This will serve as the straight edge for placement of your letters.

Next, add the letter to the bins. Keep in mind the spacing of the letter and be sure to center your letter on your bin.

I used the hole are the top of the bin as my guide. For 4 letter words I made sure that the gap between the 2nd and 3rd letter was directly beneath the hole. For 5 letter words I made sure the middle letter was directly beneath the hole.

Once your letters are perfect you can remove your tape. The great thing about these stickers is that you can easily remove them if you need to re-position them.

I repeated the same steps on my blue wastebaskets. I thought the wastebaskets were a great I went with it, and it worked! I absolutely love how they came out!

Will you be trying this project? If so, let me know and share a photo with me using hashtag: #BBGDTipsWork


  1. I love this as you already know Alaya. The stickers are a great alternative to vinyl and are super cute!

    1. Thanks Erin! Yes, the are so clutch! Love them!

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