Back in February, I showed everyone a way to store unused greeting cards using a mesh tabletop file.
I still love the idea, but found an even better way that I had to share.
While I was searching for the Iris photo storage box that I purchased for my June photo challenge, I saw this awesome little box for greeting cards.
Since this box only had six dividers, I had to narrow down my greeting card categories. After some thought, here are the categories I decided to use:
- Thank You
- Thinking of You
Next, I had to create labels for each category. I used Avery #48860 labels for this process!
Now, it was time to place the greeting cards in their correct spots.
And, the last step... Any guesses on what I did for this step?!?!
Placed a label on the box. Once again, I used the Martha Stewart chalkboard labels I purchased at Staples.
Completing this project frees up the mesh tabletop file, so my husband will actually have a place to keep his files now. Overall, I am very satisfied!
I linked up this post here: