Jazz Up Your Boring Desk Space with These DIY Supply Boxes

i spy diy color block box

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Two things that make my crafty mind jump for joy: Office supplies and storage. Combine those with color blocking, and I am in love!

One of my favorite things to do is find different uses for everyday items, and these kitchen utensil holders were a perfect fit for my many pens, pencils, clips, tape, etc.

These would work great in a drawer, but since they are so fun looking, I could not help but display them on my desk. Steps and supplies, below!

i spy diy color block box supplies

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What you need:
Bamboo drawer organizers
Painter’s tape
Spray paint

i spy diy color block box steps

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What you do:

Step 1: Using painter’s tape, create a diagonal line starting at the corner of the drawer organizer, which will be where you apply the color.

Step 2: With the exception of the portion that will be spray painted, tape the remainder of the box off to ensure that the color doesn’t spread.

Step 3: Spray paint the tray and let dry. Then pull off the tape.

Step 4: Add your supplies!

i spy diy color block box final

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Growing up in Wisconsin, Jenni Radosevich was always creating her own style. If she saw something in a magazine that she couldn’t find in her local department store, she would make it herself. After moving to New York City, Jenni started a career at InStyle magazine, working as a graphic designer and DIY columnist. The column evolved into a website, ISpyDIY.com, and a book, I Spy DIY Style. I Spy DIY has moved into a warehouse studio space, where Jenni and her team teach classes, host DIY events, and continue to create crafty content for the website. Follow along on Instagram at @ispydiy.

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