DIY Office organizer

DIY desktop organizer with items from your kitchen with Scotch Expressions Tape

I’ve partnered up with Scotch brand to bring you a back-to-school project and I LOVE how it turned out! My favorite projects are those made from items that I already have in my house rather than having to go out and buy new materials. I recycled some jars and canisters from my pantry, wrapped them in some paper, and flourished them with some of Scotch Expressions tape, specifically their masking and washi tapes. They have some new metallic tapes, which I loved using. They add a nice flair.

I decided on an organizer because I needed one for my new office. I knew I wanted something bright and cheerful in graphic punches so I used paper and tape in a colorblock. These organizers would be perfect for a kid’s desk space or a teacher’s office.

DIY desktop organizer with items from your kitchen with Scotch Expressions TapeDIY desktop organizer with items from your kitchen with Scotch Expressions TapeDIY desktop organizer with items from your kitchen with Scotch Expressions Tape

Photography and stop motion video by Hailey Devine   |   Adorable animation from Alma Loveland 

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