I built a tool caddy a while back, and this time around I needed something a little bit smaller and lightweight. I also wanted to add a fun little design detail, so I created this fun little DIY stenciled tool tote.
I’m teaming up with Kreg to share build plans and a full tutorial for this project over on their site.
As usual, I used my Kreg Jig 520PRO to build this tool tote. I love it because it’s user-friendly and portable.
I used a vinyl cutting machine to create the tool decals which I used as stencils.
I applied them to the tote along with a diagonal strip of painter’s tape, painted over them, and then peeled them off while my last coat of paint was still damp.
I used a Provincial colored stain and white paint for this project, but of course you could customize it however you choose.
Be sure to head over to Kreg for the full build plans!