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Mail Organizer Tutorial

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Keep all your mail organized in a stylish way with this wonderful sewn project. The Mail Organizer Tutorial will help you create the perfect accessory to hang on your wall and keep all your letters and bills in place. Select fabrics that match your entryway decor and create an organizer that is as much of a decoration as it is practical! There's no need to have piles of mail hastily strewn across kitchen counters when you can make an organizer that's stylish and sleek.

Mail Organizer Tutorial
This image courtesy of www.noodle-head.com

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: In an evening

Sewn by: Machine

Intermediate

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I made this for my mom for a unique Christmas gift and she loved it! I don't have huge amounts of sewing experience, but with a little patience I was able to make this look totally professional. Others thought I had bought it, if that's any indication of how nice it looked. :-)

Love this organizer and it was easy to make. I have a very narrow wall my bed is on and I made 2 (one for each side of the bed) to store extra stuff since we have very small tables beside the bed.

Hi Laceelola, If you would like we can send it to you in a PDF form but we'll need your email address for where to send it. Please contact us through our customer service email at customer.service@primecp.com. Thanks! -Editor

LACEEOLA, you can save this as a PDF file by highlighting the text and pictures, copy to a word file, then save as PDF and voila you have converted it. I just save mine to a word file as it works as well and you can edit out the things you don't need.

Could you please send me this in PDF form, so i can keep it on record?

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