Dollar Store DIY Desk Organizers

Dollar Store DIY Desk Organizers

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Dollar Store DIY Desk Organizers
Dollar Store DIY Desk Organizers
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Don't waste your money on buying expensive and bulky desk organizers from a big chain store when you can easily make your own for much cheaper. These Dollar Store DIY Desk Organizers are super simple and quick to make. You can find plastic bottles for this project in your recycle bin or at the dollar store.
Each DIY desk organizer takes only a few minutes to make, and they look great in your office when you're done. Use multiple colors for these recycled craft ideas or tie them together with a specific color theme. You can store pens, pencils, crochet hooks, knitting needles, paintbrushes, and more in these amazingly simple plastic bottle crafts.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsRecycled Materials

Primary TechniqueRepurposing

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Project TypeMake a Project

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This is the simplest three step process for making desk organizers. Every morning after using makeup brushes in a rush I clutter my bathroom so this craft will help. I like the idea of melting the edges to make a smooth finish but I wouldn't wanna ruin my iron either.

Fantastic idea! Simple, easy to make and very colorful organizers. Do the plastic bottles leave plastic on the iron, if so anyone know an easy way to clean the iron. Has anyone come up with an idea for the left over bottle parts? If you are like me (very lazy sometimes) the dollar store also carries lots of already made organizers for $1 each.

I wondered about the iron, too. What about heating up something else to use, like the bottom of a large can? I wouldn't want to take a chance at ruining my iron and I don't know how to remove plastic from one. The leftover bottle parts could be used as small funnels. I don't know about the sprayer part unless it would fit another bottle.

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