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Drop Zone: Organization Station

It’s back to school season! With everyone in the family coming and going all the time, it becomes rather difficult to keep track of it all.

This project creates an area in the home that centralizes communication and organizes all of your essentials, including: homework, mail, and calendars.

Keep your school year on track by creating a Drop Zone, and you’ll be tidy and organized all year!

The Scotch® Brand Team

SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate

TIME NEEDED: Approximately 2 hours

Scotch® Brand Supplies:

OTHER SUPPLIES/TOOLS

  • Utility knife
  • Cutting board
  • Ruler
  • Floating shelves
  • Corkboard
  • Picture frame
  • Hooks
  • Wall hung storage bins
  • Pencil jar

1200x1200_DropZone_Step2Plan and prep. Install your pieces in a way that works for your family. Be sure to include storage for kids’ homework and books, backpack hooks, a corkboard for hanging kids art work, a central calendar for coordinating everyone’s schedules, wall hung mail sorter, and a picture frame for leaving notes.
1200x1200_DropZone_Step1Unique frame. Brighten up the face of your frame using Scotch® Expressions Washi Tape, Feather. Don’t forget to add some decoration on the sides too with Scotch® Expressions Washi Tape, Black Stripe tape.
1200x1200_DropZone_Step4Create triangles. To decorate the mail sorter as shown, use your utility knife and straight edge on your cutting mat, lining up with the grid as shown will give you perfect triangles every time.
DSC_0314Create a pattern. Once you have cut all your triangles you can arrange them in patterns in your drop zone. In this project, we have stacked lines of alternating colors of Scotch® Expressions Masking Tape, Blue Quatrefoill and Pink Geometric tape on the mail sorter.
1200x1200_DropZone_Step3EXPERT TIP: Use your Scotch® Expressions tape to define spaces within your Drop Zone. The calendar, which is the central focus, is bordered in the bold blue hue.
FB_1200x1200_DropZoneLooking for some more project details? Feel free to follow our good friend Allison Cooper of Love Nest Design she has more tips to help you out.


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