Twine and Vinyl Holders

Twine and Vinyl Holders for the Craft Room. LOVE these. Tutorial on { lilluna.com }

Have I told you guys before how stinkin’ cute my husband is?! Well, he is. Not only is he my best friend but he’s my right-hand man and biggest fan and helps me with everything!! I appreciate him so much. He’s known for awhile now that I’ve been wanting to work on my Craft Room, and because I haven’t had the time to do it he decided to help out.

He made some ah-mazing Twine and Vinyl Holders that I’m in LOVE with! He said it was an early Valentine’s present, and I couldn’t be more happy!!

Don’t you love them too? They go right above my desk perfectly, and are a great way to store all my vinyl and twine.

Here is how you can make these too:

TWINE HOLDER

SUPPLIES:

– Toilet Paper Holder {can be found for under $4 at Lowe’s}

– 5/8 inch dowel

– Paint

– Antiquing Glaze

– Polycrylic Protective Finish

 DIRECTIONS:

Twine and Vinyl Holders for the Craft Room. LOVE these. Tutorial on { lilluna.com }

{This toilet paper holder is a sample of one that is found for a few dollars at Lowe’s}

1. Drill through the insert of the holders with a hole larger than the dowel.

2. Using a jig saw, cut the top sections of the circle out.

Twine and Vinyl Holders for the Craft Room. LOVE these. Tutorial on { lilluna.com }

3. Sand all the cut services and stain so the paint adheres better. Paint and let dry. We used Valspar Satin Interior Paint.

Twine and Vinyl Holders for the Craft Room. LOVE these. Tutorial on { lilluna.com }

4. Distress with the Glaze (we used Valspar Antiquing Glaze – Asphaltum 98278) found at Lowe’s.

5. Finish with a layer or Polycrylic and let dry.

6. Hang onto your wall.

Twine and Vinyl Holders for the Craft Room. LOVE these. Tutorial on { lilluna.com }

{I LOVE TWINE – You can find all of these colors and more at The TomKat Studio}

Now, to the vinyl holder….

VINYL HOLDER

 SUPPLIES:

– Vinyl Exterior Shutters

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– Paint

– 1/2 inch Dowels (or 5/8 whichever you prefer)

– 2 inch x 3/4 lumber

– Dry wall Screws

– Wood Glue

– Drill Press or Jig

 DIRECTIONS:

Twine and Vinyl Holders for the Craft Room. LOVE these. Tutorial on { lilluna.com }

Twine and Vinyl Holders for the Craft Room. LOVE these. Tutorial on { lilluna.com }

1. Cut the wood to the length of the back sides of the shutter, just so they fit inside. Screw into place. We used 3 screws. You can grind or cut off the excess length of the screw or purchase short screws. This wooden frame gives the shutter the strength and the ability to hold up the vinyl rolls.

2. Cut the dowel to the length you want. We cut them to be about 4 inches long.

Twine and Vinyl Holders for the Craft Room. LOVE these. Tutorial on { lilluna.com }

3. Using a drill press, drill through the vinyl and the wood at an angel using a 5/8 or 1/2 inch bit (depending on the size of the dowel). Make sure you angel them all in the same orientation.

Twine and Vinyl Holders for the Craft Room. LOVE these. Tutorial on { lilluna.com }

4. On the back, at the top of the wooden frame drill 1/4 inch hole at the top of both lumber pieces. This will be used to hang the holder on the wall. Make sure they are at the same height so it hangs level.

Twine and Vinyl Holders for the Craft Room. LOVE these. Tutorial on { lilluna.com }

5. Put wood glue inside the drilled holes and insert the dowels as far as they will go without pushing through the back. Let dry.

6. Paint your shutters. If you want the paint to be more durable you can use a primer especially made for plastics for the base coat found at Lowe’s. (Primer for Plastics) Let dry, hang ad enjoy.

Twine and Vinyl Holders for the Craft Room. LOVE these. Tutorial on { lilluna.com }

Twine and Vinyl Holders for the Craft Room. LOVE these. Tutorial on { lilluna.com }

MAN, I LOVE THESE!!! They are the perfect solution to what I’ve needed in my craft room for my twine and vinyl.

I’m so excited to get crackin’ on the rest of my craft room. It’s a place where I can keep all of my supplies and relax and create, and I LOVE it!

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In case you missed it, be sure to also check out my Craft Room Hutch Reveal.

For more creative inspiration, visit Lowes Creative Ideas and Lowes.com

And, for more great DIY projects be sure to check out:

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Lowes. All opinions are 100% mine.

Lil' Luna
Kristyn is passionate about sharing ALL things creative! From recipes and tips to crafts and DIY projects, Kristyn loves to share with her readers how to be creative and how to do things simply. When not creating, she is busy going on adventures with her 5 children (ages 9 to 2) and with her best friend/husband, Lorin.
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Kristyn is passionate about sharing ALL things creative! From recipes and tips to crafts and DIY projects, Kristyn loves to share with her readers how to be creative and how to do things simply. When not creating, she is busy going on adventures with her 5 children (ages 9 to 2) and with her best friend/husband, Lorin.

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  1. 1

    I love both of these ideas! And yay for awesome husbands! Where would we be without them?
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  2. 2

    Hi!! I just found your blog via Pinterest and I wanted to say how much I love it. It’s so much fun and you’re obviously very talented. Keep up the good work! I’m a new subscriber. 🙂
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  3. 3

    This is such a wonderful way to store your twine and vinyl! I need to do something similar for ribbon and paints. Have a wonderful day 🙂

    xo, Tanya

  4. 4

    What great ideas for your vinyl and twine! Love it!

  5. 5

    Duh…why didn’t I think of this…LOVE it….Your so smart!!!! Thanks for the great idea…just pinned it!!!
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  6. 6

    How clever!! Not in a million years would I have come up with this! Awesome!
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  7. 7

    Wow, what a rockin way to store stuff. Out of the way but within reach! Awesome
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  8. 8

    Wow! Did he even come up with the design/function idea on his own?? That is amazing! Yep, you’re pretty lucky! 🙂

  9. 9

    I am going to have to show my husband this so he doesn’t make me get rid of the shutter pile in the garage! BRILLIANT! 🙂

  10. 10

    Just want to say I LOVE IT and your website is darling. Thanks for all your cute ideas:)

  11. 11

    Just started a wall sticker company in Holland. Thanks for the great inspiration.