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Our guest bathroom is right next to our front door and it gets used a lot by little boys who are still learning to aim in the toilet and who have a habit of splashing everything when they are washing their hands. On top of that it’s a dreadful country blue, help! Needless to say, our guest bathroom needs a womans touch.
Last year, I made some cute storage cans , decorating them with twine!
Well, I took this idea a step further and made a bathroom storage organizer from a cereal box. Can you believe it? This was a cereal box. These baskets cost a good $12 at the store this cost me 0$ because I already had the supplies.
DIY Towel Basket
Supplies: Craft glue/hot glue gun, twine, large cereal box, fabric
1. First you need to cut the cereal box and tape up the end that you opened up.
2. Take some fabric and measure it around the cereal box and cut it that length and about 6 inches wide and glue it around the box.
3. Fold fabric in half to 3 inches and glue.
4. Cover the box with twine by applying glue and pressing twine over it. Do that over the whole box.
5. Fold fabric over twine!
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Update: I added feet to prevent the base from getting soaked. I used large beads and glued them to the bottom.
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