DIY: Iridescent Catchall
I bought a catchall from the Target Dollar Spot, aka where all my dreams come true, back in February. It was white with an adorable pink insert, but I couldn't help but feel like it could be a bit more fun. Cut to me finding my stash of iridescent cello paper and this easy DIY was born. If you're a fan of anything that could be described as "unicorn" or "mermaid", then this catchall is definitely for you!
- A catchall or tray of your choosing (bonus points if you make one yourself)
- Iridescent cellophane
- Scissors or X-acto knife
- Mod Podge glue
- A brush to apply the glue
- Acrylic sealer
Lay the cellophane on top of the catchall and cut out a piece that will fit along the bottom edges.
Apply glue to the bottom of the catchall and use a brush to spread it evenly. Make sure to get enough glue around the edges so your cello won't pop up. Then lay your cello in place! Using a credit card or something firm to smooth out the air bubbles is super helpful for this step!
Once the glue has dried it's time to seal that sucker! I used the sealer mostly around the edges to make sure the cello was going to stay put. The spray sealer I used dries in about 15 minutes, which is good if you're impatient like me and just want to use the darn thing already!
The best part of any DIY is enjoying your creation! Add a bunch of cute accessories, makeup or use it to organize a desk or coffee table. Whatever you use it for, make sure you keep it near light for maximum unicorn vibes!