Wrap 3 cereal boxes together (or FedEx boxes). Great idea for storing paper

Cereal boxes

Cereal Box Organizer -Uses only 1 cereal box cut on the diagonal

Very good diy idea to store paper and it is so incredibly cheap! I would definitely cover the boxes in ... maybe beautiful wrapping paper?!? paper storage - Scrapbook.com

Reusing cereal boxes to make magazine/book organizers then cover with pretty paper , clever

Cover cereal boxes with wrapping paper to make homework in/out bins


Repurpose cereal boxes as drawer organizers.

Someone was JUST asking about painting plastic crates. Monday Made it! First time trying spray paint! Tips to help you become a pro at spray painting plastic.

Make these w heavy duty velcro strips on back for easy hang up, swapping & removal to organize crafts, art supplies, journals, home office, command center. Use over PVC pipe tubes or shower curtain tension rods. Also great for closet organizing in bedroom, bathroom & kitchen. Mix n match fabrics to the season & holiday decor just like we do for table runners & place mats.

Transform an ugly cardboard box into a useful and elegant burlap storage option.

Creative DIY Ideas for Recycling Cereal Boxes ~ drawer dividers

Made from toliet paper tubes!

monster wall organizer

Another pinner said-After seeing this article, I decided spur-of-the-moment to make these when I walked into Walmart for something completely different and lime green milk crates were on clearance for $2.27!! I made one of these (the *right* way) for my baby girl's room using leftover fabric from her curtains. Cost me less than $10 for the seat, and we can store books or toys inside!

100+ Ideas to Help Organize Your Home and Your Life--she has lots of great ideas!

Make a Store Wrapping Paper From Chair

Simple Ideas That Are Borderline Crafty (35 Pics)

A cute way to organize ribbon

CableBox Mini by BlueLounge.... Good blueprint for a DIY

Transfer any image to anything (fabric and wood) using this process. Can you imagine the possibilities? I MUST REMEMBER THIS! Transfer Images Using Freezer Paper