I gave them a quick spray with some primer￼ to help the paint adhere to the plastic. Then I simply painted them with Vintage White acrylic paint￼. I ended up giving them a total of three coats, allowing them to dry an hour or so between coats. I did use a paintbrush and acrylic paint, you could also use spray paint for this.
If you have a Silhouette machine￼, you can use or edit the template. The font that I used was Lithos Pro, so you could recreate these in Word if you like.
I printed the designs onto vinyl and added them to the containers, being sure they were all lined up with each other. Once I had attached the vinyl I sprayed them with two coats of acrylic sealer (matte finish)￼, allowing them to dry between coats.
For the fabric liner, I simply cut strips of fabric from an old tablecloth and doubled them up using hot glue￼. Then I glued the doubled fabric to the outside, tucking the extra inside the containers. I added a simple piece of twine￼ around the outside of the fabric and my utensil holders were complete!
This project for Make Your Own Kitchen Utensil Holders was printed from CraftsbyAmanda.com - https://craftsbyamanda.com/diy-kitchen-utensil-holders/ and can only be printed for education or personal use.