First, I started with five IKEA FLYT magazine files that I purchased on Amazon for $6.99.
Finally, I added chalkboard labels to each file and my new "mail sorting station" is complete!
** Update **
If you know me, you know I'm always updating my décor. I recently gave these magazine files a quick update using some fabric scraps I had on hand. You know what that means, it was FREE! I removed the scrapbook paper so it wouldn't show through the new fabric. Then I traced the shape of the magazine files onto my fabric and cut it to fit (I cut the fabric about 3/4" larger than the file so I could fold it into the file for a more finished look). Next, I applied the fabric to the files using my trusty Mod Podge. For the curved sides, I cut slits 3/4" apart so the fabric would fold into the curve). In their previous life, I had the short side of the magazine files facing out but I decided to turn them around this time to hide all the papers for a more polished look. Finally, I found these great free printable labels from mom 4 real, customized them with my text, printed them and converted them to stickers using my Xyron Creative Station.