Labeling Ideas for Clear Totes

Labeling Ideas for Clear Totes

Clear Tote Labeling Ideas 

Labeling your totes is a great way to increase organization and add some personality to your ScrapBox furniture. Watch the video and read more below for some fun labeling ideas to try!

Letter Stickers 

With so many different fonts, colors and styles to choose from, letter stickers are a great labeling option! 

DIY Traditional Label 

Make your own labels using decorative paper or whatever you like. See photos below for different ideas of how to attach them to your totes.

Margaret M. W. shared this photo of the DIY tags she uses to label her totes. So awesome!

Try adding a colorful sticker label to decorative paper that is cut to the size of the clear tote. 

Chalkboard Marker 

Chalkboard markers are fun and easy to use! Try the marker on chalkboard stickers or write directly on your tote. Use a wet cloth to erase and relabel.  


Use your cutting machine to create custom stickers for your totes! 

Try adding paper (cut to the size of the clear tote) for a different look.  


If you are computer savvy, printing on clear label stickers is a great option. We used these labels. 

Note: We found this option to be a little more difficult to remove. 


Try stamping with StazOn® ink to add some character to your totes! Another option would be to use letter stamps. StazOn® ink can be used on non-porous surfaces and is removable with rubbing alcohol or StazOn® cleaner. 

Dry Erase Marker

A simple and easily removable way to label your totes! 

Picture Stickers 

Picture stickers are a fun alternative to letter stickers! 

Label Maker 

Melanie K. shared her Modern MiniBox on Facebook. She used a label maker to label all of her totes!

Decorative Paper 

Mandy Leahy from Crafty Glam used colorful paper to bring a unique style to her WorkBox. See a full tour of her WorkBox here

Do you have another method of labeling your totes? We'd love to hear about it! Leave a comment below. 

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