Today’s Guest Post was written by Nichole Nelson.
I don’t have much drawer space in my new place and the closet doesn’t have any cubbies to hold things like hats, scarves and belts. And there isn’t a dresser in the world (at least that will fit in the bedroom) that is big enough to hold all my clothes odds and ends. Is it just me? Maybe it’s my OCD, but I need hats together, and belts and workout clothes (which I should really wear more often) – I need lots of them and I need them organized.
These closet organizers were just the thing I needed. Aren’t those bright colors fabulous? Every time I walk into my closet I smile. It looks so clean and orderly … and that makes my heart happy.
- Mod Podge
- Cardboard Boxes (buy them new or use some you already have)
- Spray Paint
- Scrapbook Paper
Total Cost: $15 (I had to buy the boxes … $1.50 per box)
All I did was spray paint the boxes black (that way they look nice from the sides and back) and then Mod Podge scrapbook paper to the top. Then have fun labeling and embellishing your boxes. Let them dry for a couple days before you throw your clothes in. And, if you want them to look nice on the inside, spray paint them and then hot glue a piece of felt to the bottom. Then, make sure you show them off to anyone who will come look at your closet.
This would also be a super fun way to keep your little one’s toys organized!
Up next: a sweet way to keep your jewelry organized. The husband says I have too many necklaces. How can you have too many? Seriously. Men.
Nichole Nelson admits she’s a Mod Podge addict and craftaholic. She’s a self-proclaimed word nerd and writer for TopTenREVIEWS by day and an avid crafter by night. In her spare time, she enjoys crafting (obviously), reading and trying to help her sweet husband understand her love for all things crafty.