*This post is sponsored by Dollar Tree and the Dollar Tree Value Seekers Club. All opinions are my own.
Do I have a surprise for you today! I am going to share with you this cute and easy DIY Cardboard Roll Desk Caddy tutorial that is not only super simple, but it is also super cost effective. It’s part of the Dollar Tree Value Seekers Club.
The Dollar Tree Value Seekers Club is a club that is full of crafts, recipes, décor, tips, contests, inside information, frugal fun ideas, and a whole lot more. It’s where you can find the supplies and instructions for this desk caddy. Membership is easy and FREE, and every month you will find new projects to create. You will find easy to follow instructions and project sheets that can be saved or printed, and they’re perfect to take with you as a shopping list for supplies.
The DIY Cardboard Roll Desk Caddy tutorial is a simple project that only takes a few supplies and is fun and easy to make. When I created this project, I followed the step by step directions in the project description, and added in a few little nuances to make it my own.
Here are the supplies I used:
• A small square box
• Different sized tubes (toilet paper, gift wrap, & paper towel rolls)
• Vinyl Shelf liner
After I created my desk caddy, I added a little burlap and twine to create a little more pizzazz.
You can also easily create this Cardboard Roll Desk Caddy by joining the Dollar Tree Value Seekers Club and saving or printing the instructions.
What do you think? Are you ready to make your very own DIY Desk Caddy? I am giving one of my lucky readers a chance to win a $50 gift card to dollar tree. Sign up for the Dollar Tree Value Seekers Club and then use the rafflecopter below to enter and win!
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