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    DIY Closet Dividers: genius for kids' closets!

  • Tylene Haygood

    baby closet dividers for all those baby clothes you get from showers that range from 3 months-12 months.

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    Great idea: DIY closet dividers for baby clothes

  • Jen Jones

    DIY closet size-separators! this way all of your baby clothes aren't mixed together and you always know where to look and its nice and organized! 40+ DIY Baby Shower Gift Ideas

  • Patricia Rollins

    DIY Closet Organizers for Baby Clothes

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Lets be honest, kids will make a mess when looking for things even when they are always in the same spot....decals to help them see what they are looking for! Will have to try to see if it works!

Shoe Solution If shoes flood your closet floor, develop a smart strategy for storing them. Keep the shoes you wear all the time accessible on shelves if you have room. Then store seasonal and special-occasion shoes in easy-to-see clear plastic boxes on the top shelf of your closet. Or simply reuse the original box and attach a picture of the shoes to the front of the box.

Clothing Size Dividers - use wooden door knob signs, decorate, then hang with ribbon (or cut slot to slip over hanging rod) between clothes of different sizes. Could also label to organize long sleeve, short sleeve, work clothes, dress clothes, etc.

Clothing divider made from cereal boxes! Awesome kids closet organization ideas (I can even implement/improvise some of these ideas for my closet, too!)

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Single-Door Closet Live large and make the most of this small space. In this closet, a simple self-assembled shelving unit provides loads of adjustable space for folded T-shirts, jeans, and sweaters, while also accommodating boxes and baskets filled with camisoles and undergarments.

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Can do a variation of this in the craft room and in my closet -organize by occasions??

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