Add Under Shelf Organization with Glue DotsPosted on Sep 13, 2014 7:21:36 AM by Donna Budzynski
Designer Donna clears clutter with under shelf jar organization using new Glue Dots Advanced Strength Double-Sided sheets – available at Hobby Lobby!
I have always wanted to add hanging jars under my shelves for little odds and ends, but never did it because I thought it was too much hassle.
That is until now! Glue Dots new Advanced Strength Double-Sided Sheets have made this project super easy and fast!
Here’s how I did it:
Using my new Glue Dots® Advanced Strength Double-Sided Sheets, I cut squares that were big enough for each jar lid. I removed the liner from one side of the square and pressed the adhesive firmly onto the lid of the jar.
Then, I removed the other liner and pressed the lid firmly to the underside of the shelf making sure the adhesive made full contact with the shelf.
I filled the jars with odds and ends and screwed the jars up into the lids. That’s it!
I now have more space and less mess thanks to Glue Dots!
Now that I've completed a project I thought was too difficult, I’m dancing my way back to Hobby Lobby for more jars and Glue Dots!
One square inch of adhesive holds up to 2 lbs. Weight held is substrate dependent. Additional adhesive may be needed for some applications.
Glue Dots Advanced Strength formula may stick aggressively and may cause damage to some surfaces. Test before use.
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Hello! I am Donna and I am the lady behind Memes Art Place. My passion is Art! I love every media of art. I never lost my first love, crayons! I have been lucky enough to have been published in a variety of magazines and have even been a featured artist! Stampington and Company has published my art on more than one occasion. I paint, draw, mixed media, sculpt….let’s just say I do a bit of everything! I am currently on 3 design teams and I am in my third term for Glue Dots. I am very lucky to have nature’s beauty surround me every day, as I live in the Rocky Mountains in a small valley. I live between Aspen and Vail. I live here with my husband and my tiny Yorkie Tina. I have two grown daughters and 3 grandchildren.