I finally took some time to clean out my storage cabinet in my classroom! You can see the before and after and how to make your own!
After looking at everything in the cabinet, I stopped at Lowes to look at the drawer cabinets. They didn't have any measurements online and I wanted to see them in person. They were not as deep as I wanted (and thought they'd be) and after wandering around a couple of departments, I didn't see anything else that thrilled me.
Dollar Tree, Lowes, Home Depot, Target or Wal Mart. For the bigger items like a stash of bulletin board borders, clipboards & paper, etc., I used the 12 quart plastic containers.
And, because I have a new printer that refuses to print color, I purchased chevron scrapbook paper for the background. I used color cardstock for the accent bands and printed the labels on cardstock. This way, you can use you own color and style choices also. There are a lot of free labels already with a design at the Pinterest link below. I also used Rust-oleum American Accent white paint that bonds to plastic (Wal Mart) to change the color of the unit. Several of the Pinterest posts can show you how to paint it. My husband used sand paper to buff it slightly, then we laid it on newspaper and painted!
I use the baby wipes to clean my white board and the rubber stampers the kids are using for their Acts Passports. The directions for cutting the background sheets are included in the download.
Click here to download the storage labels that I used.
I have several Teacher Supply Room posts coming, when I have time to work on them!
You can see ALL the different printables & ideas for this and other storage ideas here.
Thanks so much to Herchel @ Gym Craft Laundry