Happy New Year! It’s officially 2020 and we’re all about getting the year started off on the right foot. After a busy holiday season, we can’t help but find ourselves tidying, sorting, and organizing like so many others seem to be. If you’re like us and on a bit of an organizing spree, you don’t want to miss these DIY storage solutions below. Tidying up doesn’t have to be expensive – you probably even have most of what you need!
Woven Storage Baskets
You’re bound to have some empty Kleenex boxes around the house this time of year, and what better way to use them than to repurpose them into these colorful storage baskets!
How to Display Kids Books
Keep your kids’ favorite books out for everyone to see with this quick and simple DIY – all you need is a wire coat hanger and some tape!
DIY Oilcloth Storage Mugs
We love the look and versatility of this cloth storage mug! Make a whole bunch to store little bits and bobs, and make them in any fabric you like.
DIY Recycled Toy Trucks
These toy trucks are great because not only can kids play with them, but they have a secret storage compartment in the back too! Depending on the size of boxes and tins you use, they’re excellent for keeping arts and crafts supplies sorted.
DIY Pocket Planners
Turn a regular notebook into a multi-tab organizer in just a few steps!
Woven Pipe Cleaner Jars
Upcycle empty glass jars with the help of some colorful pipe cleaners! We use them with the lids off for storing taller crayons, paint brushes, and colored pencils, but you can absolutely keep the lids and stack them up if you like.
Organize with Recycled Shoe Boxes
Empty shoe boxes always come in handy for storing everything and anything, but why not give them a quick makeover with wrapping paper, labels, and leather handles?
DIY Hanging Shoebox Shelf
The humble shoe box strikes again, this time as a playful shelf! Kids will love decorating it, and it’s a great way to store smaller toys, trinkets, and souvenirs.
Mod Podge Craft Storage
Use patterned paper and fabric to completely customize your bins and plastic containers! Just cut the paper down to size and adhere then seal with Mod Podge. Ready to store craft supplies, toys, tools, you name it!