Mail & Key Holders

Friday, April 12, 2013

- a frame - screwdriver - screw hooks

INSTRUCTIONS

Follow step-by-step instructions on sierraclub.org

- letter blocks - cup hooks - liquid nails - scrap wood
- Wooden frame - Mirror - Coat hooks - White acrylic paint - Bronze acrylic paint - Triangle ring hanger - Sand paper
- fabric - fusible fleece - matching thread - ring - buttons & beads to decorate
- 2 coordinating fabrics - 1 strip of fusible interfacing (I used Pellon 809 DecorBond) - 1 purse strap clip (I found mine at JoAnn’s Crafts) - 4 inches ribbon (mine was 7/8 inch width) - matching thread
- bead board - wood scrap - wood glue - spray paint - screw hooks - sand paper
- Necktie Template PDF - Freezer paper - Light-colored fabric scraps (I used white twill) - Fabric markers - Double-sided stiff fusible interfacing (I used Dritz InnerFuse) - Ribbon scraps - Split rings, found in the jewelry findings section of most craft stores - Coordinating thread - Basic sewing supplies: machine, shears, iron, etc.
- one cereal box (bigger the better) - one smaller box (I used a fruit snack box) - brown crafting paper (dollar store) - embellishments (I used ribbon, twine, and scrapbook paper)
- 12" x 24" pre-stretched artists canvas (mine came from Hobby Lobby) - 1/2 yard fabric for covering canvas (more if you have a directional print) - 2 fat quarters coordinating fabrics, for exterior of pockets - 1/2 yard for pocket linings - 2 yards 1" cotton twill tape - heavy double sided fusible interfacing (both sides will be fusible) -  I used Peltex 72F, found at Walmart/joanns - 3 metal label holders (from the scrapbooking section) - stapler - spray adhesive - hot glue gun/glue - thread, pins, etc. - Mail Organizer Pattern Template (updated 2012)  Please use the measurements as a guide to create your own pattern piece(s)
- Foam board - 1/2 yard of fabric - Ribbon - Glue Gun - One Hole Punch - Scissor - Heat n Bond iron on adhesive

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