Paper Towel Holder Wood Kitchen Tote Garden Inspired!

Paper Towel Holder Wood Kitchen Tote

Today’s post is just a quick one, because I wanted to show you my new paper towel holder on one of the wood kitchen totes my husband builds and I design.

This one is a garden-inspired tote!

The front panel has “Grow where you’re planted.”

It’s part of the Vintage Seeds Home Grown Collection.

I only used the largest transfer, but you’ll be seeing the smaller ones in a future project.

Grow Where You Are Planted Garden Wood Paper Towel Holder Kitchen Tote by Knick of Time

It’s available in my Etsy shop HERE.

On the side panels, shaped like breadboards, I used the fork and spade from the Harvest Transferwhich is also part of the Home Grown Collection.

I used all of the parts of that transfer to make a chalkboard and sign HERE.

This transfer comes in one of our new Chalk Boxes that contain everything needed to make this project, except the squeegee.

Harvest Chalk Box kit available from Knick of Time /

Harvest Chalk Box kit available from Knick of Time

The tote could also be used as a gardening tote.

There’s plenty of room inside to hold tools, pots, or a foam kneeling pad.

If you want to make your own tote,  here’s the full tutorial.

Build a Wooden Tote with Built In Paper Towel Holder

How to make a farmhouse wooden tote with Knick of TimeVintage Sign Stencils |

I have made many different versions of these paper towel holder totes.

Here’s a few you might enjoy seeing:

Mason Jar version

Mistletoe Farms version

Christmas Tree Farm version

Coffee Shop version

The Original version

Let me know which was your favorite!

Vaya con Dios,


If you enjoyed this project, I would so appreciate it if you pinned it!


DIY Garden Inspired Wood Paper Towel Holder Kitchen Tote by Knick of Time /

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  1. ColleenB.~Tx. says

    I actually love All your totes but I really do like the kitchen / paper towel tote.
    The totes are great for so many things. Hubby made one for our 11 yr. old grand daughter for her to carry her markers/pens/pencils, small paint brushes, etc. in.

  2. Thanks so much Colleen! One already sold but I made another so I just might keep it.

  3. That turned out beautifully, Angie! Love the look of the black graphics on the stained tote!

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