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Days of the Week Wardrobe Organizer



If you're not a morning person, getting dressed can be a real chore. Plan ahead and get a few extra minutes of sleep with help from this homemade Days of the Week Organizer. Homemade closet organizers can really change your routine and turn your day around. With just a few easy-to-find craft supplies, you can create your own version of this colorful and practical project. Kids can make one of their own and add their own personal details to make their organizer extra special.

Days of the Week Wardrobe Organizer


  • Krylon Color Master Gloss Ivy Leaf 51515
  • Krylon Color Master Classic Grey 53551
  • Krylon Color Master Watermelon 53533
  • Krylon Color Master Periwinkle 53524
  • Krylon Color Master Satin Leather Brown 53566
  • Krylon Short Cuts Paint Pen Gloss White SCP-913
  • Freezer paper: plastic coated
  • Canvas Wardrobe Organizer: (see instructions for details)
  • Masking paper and tape
  • Personal Die-cut machine
  • Craft scissors
  • Iron: dry
  • Sewing needle and thread
  • Small box to fit compartment



Skill level (1-5): 3
Time: 3 hours plus drying time

Note: Most wardrobe organizers have six compartments. The bottom section could be cut away, or neatly folded up onto above section and hand-stitched in place, or left on as extra storage.

  1. Using freezer paper and die-cut machine, cut letter stencils to fit the side of each compartment. (Note: adhesive backed vinyl may be used in place of freezer paper)
  2. Lay organizer on its side. Insert a box into the first compartment; it should fit tightly so canvas will lay flat and be supported completely.
  3. Position appropriate letter stencil and press into place with a dry iron.
  4. Cover all areas of organizer that will not be painted with masking paper and tape.
  5. Spray paint with one of the Color Master colors. Allow to dry completely.
  6. Remove all masking and box. Repeat steps 2-5 with each section.
  7. With Short Cuts Paint Pen in Gloss White, outline each letter.

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