150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

 

Organization does not have to be difficult, nor does it have to be expensive. There are so many neat ways that you can repurpose things that you find at your local Dollar Store. From organizing the kitchen and bathroom to taking care of laundry clutter, there are many things that can help you to be more organized.

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Organizing Kids Drawers with Canvas Boxes

Organizing Kids Drawers with Canvas Boxes - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire HomeIf you have relatively young children, you may spend a lot of your time rifling through their drawers helping them to find what they want to wear. Instead of piling everything up in drawers, you can add small plastic or canvas containers that will keep their clothes perfectly organized. These come in all sizes and will fit into any dresser drawer. Via: IheartorganizingMay Challenge: Project “Projects” {Boy’s Bedroom – Part 6}

Portable Spice Kit Organizer

Portable Spice Kit Organizer - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire HomeYou can make a take-along portable spice kit with a very inexpensive pill carrier. These cost less than $1 at most dollar type stores and you just have to label each section (where the days are labeled) for the spices that you want to carry along. This is a great idea for those who like to add their own spices when eating out. Via:DollarstorecraftsMake a Portable Gourmet Salt Kit

Great Idea for Bath Toys

Great Idea for Bath Toys - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire HomeKids love bath toys. Parents, not so much, especially when those toys drip water all over the floor. An easy way to keep those toys from wetting the floor and getting lost is to pick up a hook with a suction cup that will affix to the bathtub wall. Then you just need a mesh bag and you can hang the toys in the bathtub where they will drip right into the drain. Via: Makeit-loveitA mesh bath toy bag.

Organizing Craft Supplies with Recycled Cans

Organizing Craft Supplies with Recycled Cans - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home Recycled cans are great for organizing paints and other craft supplies. Coffee cans and others are perfect. Once you finish with them, just remove the labels and you can paint and customize them if you want. If you don’t have any cans around the house, you can pick up several different sizes for less than $1 each and then create your organized craft center. Via: ThecountrychiccottageOrganizing Craft Supplies with Recycled Cans

Craft Organizer Boxes Keep Hair Supplies Tidy

Craft Organizer Boxes Keep Hair Supplies Tidy - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home Craft organizer boxes (or those larger pill organizing boxes) are great for keeping hair supplies and accessories perfectly organized. These are really cheap and the slots are perfect for ponytail holders, bows and other accessories. Plus, they take up very little room so you can keep them neat and tidy under the bathroom sink or just anywhere you have room and you will never have to worry with losing hair accessories Via:TheidearoomCraft Organizer Boxes Keep Hair Supplies Tidy

Clear Plastic Cups for Organizing Cords

Clear Plastic Cups for Organizing Cords - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire HomeLooking for a way to keep cords and other electronic accessories organized? Clear plastic cups work great. You just have to label the cups with what you are putting inside and store them all in a small plastic tote or basket. You can get several cups for just a few dollars and you just need a holder for all of them. This helps to keep cords from tangling and ensures that you always know where all of your accessories Via:ImperfecthomemakingClear Plastic Cups for Organizing Cords

Great Belt Organizer from Clothespins

Great Belt Organizer from Clothespins - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire HomeIf you have a lot of belts and little room in the closet or drawers, you can make a great organizer using just a few clothes pins and a strip of wood. You just have to hot glue the clothes pins to the wood strip and then use them to hold your belts. This is also a great idea for jewelry, scarves or other things that you need to hang. Via: PowertoolsandhighheelsBathroom Update!!

Store Dice and Small Items in Plastic Containers

Store Dice and Small Items in Plastic Containers - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire HomeSmall storage containers, that you can pick up for less than $1 each, are perfect for keeping small items organized. Instead of losing the dice from your board games, why not just keep them all in a handy little container? You can also use these for loose change, bobby pins and other items that often get misplaced easily. They are great for small nails and screws and because they stack easily, you can keep everything neatly organized. Via:CardigansandcurriculumStore Dice and Small Items in Plastic Containers

Magnetic Strips Keep Bobby Pins in Place

Magnetic Strips Keep Bobby Pins in Place - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire HomeBobby pins, tweezers and other bathroom items that are relatively small can get misplaced easily. A simple magnetic strip will end this problem. Just add the magnetic strip to the inside of your medicine cabinet door and stick bobby pins, tweezers, clippers and other small metal items on it to keep them handy. Via: Sprwmn2-Minute Bathroom Organization

Build a Handy Craft Supply Organizer

Build a Handy Craft Supply Organizer - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home Don’t you just love crafts? Unfortunately, keeping those craft supplies organized can be difficult, particularly when you are dealing with very small items. The solution? You just need to pick up a few small plastic containers with lids and have a picture frame handy (one of those thicker ones). You can label the boxes and then use the frame to keep them all together, neat and organized. The entire project costs less than $5 and helps you to keep from losing small craft supplies.Via: CraftionaryBuild a Handy Craft Supply Organizer

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