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Bedside Hanging Storage Pockets

By: Pauline Molinari
Bedside Hanging Storage Pockets

Using Design Foam Square block with pre-cut soft tiles and fabric, you can create this super fashionable and functional hanging bedside organizer. Great for tweens to hang on their wall next to their beds, or from a bed frame. Use it to store photos, notes, journals, and more. This is a simple and fun project that is great for using up leftover fabric scraps and also adding a touch of decor to your bedroom. Get your tween involved and have her help you craft this cute storage unit!

Time to complete: One hour

Materials List
  • Foamology 12" x 12" Design Foam with On the Grid Soft Tiles
  • Five 12" x 12" sheets of Oly Fun fabric
  • 36" x 8" piece of patterned fabric of choice
  • Little B Pull Flowers
  • Glue Gun
  • Scissors
  • Wrights Baby Rick Rack (approx. 18")
  1. Start by tucking in Oly Fun fabric squares into Design Foam Grid. Secure with glue gun in the seams.
  2. Wrap fabric around Design Foam neatly (like wrapping a package) and adhere to the sticky back surface on Design Foam.
  3. Cut two lengths of patterned fabric, fold in half to make pocket edge and tuck into foam grooves to create pockets. Secure with glue gun in the seams and along the sides and back.
  4. Arrange your rick rack on back of foam piece to create a hanger and finish off by gluing on last piece of Oly Fun square with glue gun.

This pocket organizer is perfect to hold a phone, small journal and pencil, retainer, and so much more. You can customize to your child's room decor.

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This is a great way to get organized (and, hopefully, stay organized). I might have to make this for my sister. She could use some extra organizational help )


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