How was your weekend? Is it that time already? It is Monday, wow my weekend just fly past me. My weekend finished with a popped tire. I just remember my mom saying "sorry" and we dipped in a pot hole. At first we thought everything was okay until the car felt funny moving (I'm not a driver but I could tell the difference) So I popped my head out the window and saw that the tire and rim was completely damaged. So me and my family pulled over to a parking lot and asked our friend to rescue us... not our best day. I was hoping to have a better night but then last night my son was up crying all early this morning (4am and did not fall back to sleep until well honestly I was so tired I don't remember but I believe 6am. My alarm goes off at 7:40am). After a morning nap and seeing that cute smile from my son as if nothing ever happen. I decided in order to save myself from going crazy I needed to dive in to my next product while he played with his toys. We all have batteries and finding them in my house can be a little stressful. I either find them when I don't need any or not find it when I do need it so I buy more. This is what I came up with for a solution.
I bought this tool nail storage from Dollarama for $2.00
This one has moveable shelves.
First, take out all the moveable shelves.
I also bought this card stock paper from Dollarama for $2.00
(I don't have a pet, I just wanted the card stock lol)
Choose a design you want and cut the shape of the first sections of your organiser.
Place it inside
If you have an X-acto knife, use it to trim off the extra paper. (this doesn't need to be perfect its to use it as a outline for your others.)
Mark the lines on any pieces that are sticking out (mine are the sections where my shelves enter).
Once done, take it out.
Now use a pencil to line where your scissors should start to cut the shape.
Once you cut it out, make small sections if you need to.
Now place it inside and repeat it for the rest of the sections.
This is how mine turned out.
Now you can you can place the wall dividers back.
Custom design to how and where you want to put your batteries.
For the cover, get another paper or card stock and cut the shape you would like, I chose a square.
Use tape or glue
Tape or glue in the back of the paper.
Add a label
Write what you would like to call your battery storage. I chose 'Battery Station'
For the inside labels. I used document labels from Dollarama.
This is how mine turned out after I place them inside.
Lastly add your batteries.
Now you have your own Battery Station.
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