* here's a tip: if you use the tiny polka dots the the hearts- they are a pain to weed out. Because they are so small, they tend to lift up from the backing. Just take your time and make sure the vinyl is firmly down on the backing and mat before you start cutting.
Cut the pattern out of the vinyl and weed the extra vinyl out. On the small flower totes, I simply peeled them off by hand and randomly placed them on the tote. My 6 year old had a great time helping me do that. When we pulled off all the flowers, we were left with the dots in the center. I loved the pattern that was left and I wanted to keep the spacing and rows intact, so I used transfer tape to lift the dots and transfer them to the tote. I did the same thing with the small polka dots and hearts pattern.
The best thing about these is that the container are inexpensive (I bought mine at Ikea) and can be changed to coordinate with any decor you have going on in the room. I can't wait to do the same thing to the ones going in the boys' room. They're going to look great!
What organizing problems would you conquer with this technique?
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