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150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home - Page 2...

150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home - Page 2...
150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home - Page 2...

A Tension Rod Works Great Under the Sink - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

For an effective, and cheap, way of keeping sponges and dish towels dry, consider hanging a tension rod under the sink. You can also use hooks to hang your towels or hang a small basket from hooks to keep sponges organized and give them room to dry. Tension rods and Command hooks are really inexpensive and go a long way in helping you to keep your kitchen organized. Via: IheartorganizingUHeart Organizing: Think to Organize Under the Sink


Hanging Laundry Baskets Save Time


Hanging Laundry Baskets Save Time - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Making over your laundry room, and getting it organized, takes just a little time and very little money. If you hang laundry baskets on the wall and label them, you will be able to keep your loads sorted which will save space and time when it comes to washing clothes. You could also purchase one of those hampers that is divided into three sections and label it so that you get additional sorting and storage. Via: HomemadevilleLaundry Room Makeover with Printables


How I Transformed a Coat Closet into a Pantry


Label Everything – Free Printables - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

You can easily turn an ordinary coat closet into a kitchen pantry and keep it organized with just a few baskets, plastic totes and other items that are very inexpensive. When it comes to complete organization, labeling is key. You can print out many labels for free or if you have a label gun, make it your best friend. Keep similar foods together in plastic totes or baskets and your pantry will always be organized. Via: InmyownstyleHow I Transformed a Coat Closet into a Pantry


Build Your Own Clothing Storage


Build Your Own Clothing Storage - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Simple and cheap cardboard boxes are great for organizing just about anything. You can start with wire storage cubes and then just add the plain white boxes, with labels, for things that you need to keep tidy. Have a box for clothes that you want to donate or you could even use this system for your recyclables. This is a great way to keep things organized without needing a lot of space or money. Via: TheredchairblogDIY Storage For “Transient” Items


Utilize Wall Space


Utilize Wall Space - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Wall space is something that very few people think about utilizing when it comes to organization. With a cheap wall grid, you could be keeping pictures, school papers, recipes and other items within easy reach and perfectly tidy. You could even use a small grid to set up a command center. Just attach the grid to the wall and use clothespins to keep items in place. Add a calendar, memos and even small envelopes for coupons and other items. Via: OneshetwosheDIY Clipboards ~ Easy, Cheap, & Awesome Organizer! (she: Amy)


Mud Room Organization


Mud Room Organization - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Whether it’s summer or winter, keeping winter gear organized is essential. A cheap shoe organizer is great for hanging in the mud room or on the back of the door. You can label the sections for each of your children and allow them to put their hats, mittens and anything that they use when playing outside in the sections. This way, they will always know where their winter gear is and you won’t have to pick them up from the floor after a day of playing in the snow. Via: MommysaversEasy Solutions for Keeping Winter Gear Organized


Large Ziploc Bags Work Great for Organizing


Large Ziploc Bags Work Great for Organizing - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Plastic Ziploc bags are great for storing just about anything. You can get them in so many sizes and you can use them in the kitchen, bathroom, bedroom or anywhere that you need to keep certain items together. Just put labels on the bags so that you know what is in them and stuff them full of whatever you need to store. Larger bags are great for keeping Christmas ornaments and other items safe and tidy. Via: ChicaandjoOrganizing with Ziploc storage bags


Sectioned Mesh Hampers for Yarn Organization


Sectioned Mesh Hampers for Yarn Organization - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

If you knit or crochet, you may need a great solution for keeping your yarn organized. You can find mesh hampers in many different sizes and some of them have different compartments. These are great for keeping your knitting or crocheting supplies neat. You can keep needles in one section, yarn in one and even put knitting patterns or books in another. They are very versatile and can be stored in the tiniest of places. Via: HandcraftingwithloveProject Linus


Attractive and Organized Spice Cabinet


Attractive and Organized Spice Cabinet - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Organizing your spices doesn’t mean completely redoing the kitchen cabinets. There are cheap and effective ways to keep those spices organized. How about putting them in small mason jars with labels? You can pick up mason jars pretty cheap, particularly if you shop at Dollar Stores or yard sales. Then just label them appropriately and they will stack on top of each other very neatly. Via: ThekitchnBest Spice Storage Solution: Mason Jars


Cheap Freezer Organization


Cheap Freezer Organization - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Dollar Store containers are cheap and very useful. If you are looking for a way to organize your freezer, those little plastic baskets are a great idea. You can pick them up for less than $1 each in most cases and use them to keep like foods together. Have a basket for veggies, one for fruits, breads and meats or whatever you need. You could also organize complete meals into each basket so you know what you’re cooking for every night of the week. Via: AproverbswifeOrganized Homemaking: Deep Freezer Re-do with Dollar Store Containers


Keep Jewelry Organized While Traveling


Keep Jewelry Organized While Traveling - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

If you are planning to travel and you need to keep jewelry organized, a pill container is great. These things cost about $1 and will give you up to 7 different slots for jewelry. Just keep the jewelry that you are planning to wear together in each slot or use different slots for different types of jewelry. The compartments are large enough to hold earrings, bracelets and necklaces and keep them all neat and tidy. Via: HowtohaveitallInexpensive Travel Jewelry Storage Case


Laundry Room Organization that Saves Time


Laundry Room Organization that Saves Time - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Most women have a love/hate relationship with the laundry room, mostly because it seems to collect clutter more than other rooms in the home. Organization is not difficult and will help you to maximize space and time. Just begin with baskets or totes that are labeled for cleaning supplies and even specific wash loads. Teach everyone how to sort their laundry and place it in the appropriate basket. You can keep baskets on shelves or hang them on the wall if you don’t have a lot of space. Via: AbowlfulloflemonsHome Organization 101 – Week 5 “The Laundry Room”


Organize Your Arts and Crafts Closet


Organize Your Arts and Crafts Closet - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

An organized arts and crafts closet not only makes you happy, it thrills your kids as well. If you have a closet that you use for these supplies (if not, you can use a simple bookshelf) just begin by picking up a few plastic totes or bowls. Label those for crayons, paint brushes, etc. You can get plastic baskets that work great for this and they come in different sizes so you can have larger ones for coloring books and paper and smaller ones for crayons and other items. Via: ThisishappinessblogOrganized kids’arts and crafts closet


Easy Thread Organization


Easy Thread Organization

Organizing thread is a breeze. You just need to pick up small, oblong plastic baskets which you can find at the Dollar Store for about $1 for 2 or 3. Organize your threads by color in these baskets, which by the way stack so you can save space as well. You could also pick up a larger plastic box or square basket and stack all of the smaller baskets inside to really get them organized. Via: 1893victorianfarmhouseGetting Organized in the Art Studio/Sewing Room


Add Storage to Your Closet


Add Storage to Your Closet - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

There is simply never enough room in the closet for everything that you need to store. The solution is as simple as buying a few plastic milk crates and hanging them up. You can use inexpensive hangers, like the Command ones, and the crates have holes so they will hang easily. Just use two hangers per crate. The crates will hang at an angle toward the door so you will be able to see what goes in each one. Via: SawdustandembryosNursery Closet {Organizational Ideas!}


Hanging Baskets for Under the Sink


Hanging Baskets for Under the Sink - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Small baskets with handles are great for adding shelves when you need them. You can use these under the sink or in your entertainment center. Just hang them from cup hooks and you have instant storage and the baskets are really cheap if you get the plastic ones. These are great for kids’ rooms for keeping toys and books organized or you can use them for whatever you need. Via: OrganizingmadefunHow I organize: Family Room Cabinets


Organize the Bathroom for Under $20


Organize the Bathroom for Under $20 - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Did you know that you can organize your entire bathroom with just one trip to the Dollar Store, and for less than $20? You just need to decide what needs storing and pick up a few baskets, totes and other items. Baskets are great for keeping shaving supplies, shower gels and soaps and other items organized. Hanging shower caddies are perfect for keeping shampoos and things organized and there is no rule that says you can only have one. Hang them on the shower wall with Command hooks. Via: ThecrazycraftladyDollar store bathroom organizing


Get Loads of Closet Space


45-totes-baskets - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

You don’t have to have a huge closet to get the storage space of one. You just need a few totes, baskets and bins and you can perfectly organize any space. Just label the storage containers so that you always know what’s inside. You can have totes for winter clothes to store during summer and plastic crates are great for keeping toys organized. Via: BHGBuy for Color


Coupon Organization Made Easy


Coupon Organization Made Easy - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

If you coupon, and many of us do these days, keeping your coupons organized can seem impossible. A few inexpensive plastic containers or binders will do the job nicely. Just remember to put coupons that expire soonest toward the front and you can separate coupons by expiration or by the type of product so that you can easily find what you are looking for when it comes time to shop. Via: Thenewfrugalmom8 Tips to Organize Your Coupons Each Month


Mesh Hampers Keep Beach Supplies Organized


Mesh Hampers Keep Beach Supplies Organized - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Heading to the beach? If you are and you want to keep those beach toys from getting lost, or dripping all over your car on the way home, why not pick up a pop-up mesh hamper. These are very lightweight and the mesh will allow toys to air out so that they dry faster. This is a great, and inexpensive, way to store and transport beach toys. Via: Amazon.comPop-Open Hamper Easy Carry Mesh Hamper


Great Cooking Magazine Organization System


Great Cooking Magazine Organization System - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Magazine storage containers are a must for all of those cooking magazines. Unfortunately, the more magazines you have, the more time it takes to find what you are looking for. If you tear out the index page from each magazine and put it in a binder, you will be able to find those recipes a bit faster. Just label the page with the issue date so that you know where it came from and you will be able to find recipes a bit faster. Via: MadincraftsSimple Cooking Magazine Organization


Binders and Dividers Save Time and Organize Bills


Binders and Dividers Save Time and Organize Bills - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

You can perfectly organize your schedule, bills, savings and even your grocery list with a cheap binder and a few dividers. You can get a binder for about $1 and several dividers for the same price. Just label the dividers depending on what you need to organize. You can print off a calendar to keep in the binder so that you have important dates noted and keep your finances and everything else perfectly organized. Via: ItsamueggelifeHome Organization Binder


More Shower Storage with A Second Shower Rod


More Shower Storage with A Second Shower - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

If you have tons of bottles in the shower, you can easily organize them by simply adding another shower rod. Hang small baskets from the shower rod to keep shampoo and conditioner as well as shaving supplies, bath sponges and soaps off the shower wall. Add a basket for bath toys and other items as well. This is a great idea for drying delicates and bathing suits as well. Via: LifehackerAdd a Second Shower Rod for Extra Bathroom Storage


Organize Jewelry with a Binder


Organize Jewelry with a Binder - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

A binder, or the hooks that come inside the binder, is a great idea for organizing jewelry and makeup inside the bathroom cabinet. Just use screws to attach the hook to the door and use the rings to store items. Small bags that have holes are great for makeup and smaller items and you can even hang sponges, brushes and other things on it. Via: Dollardesigndiva$2.00 Door Hook Racks and Portable Beauty Kit


Hang Ribbons for Easy Storage


Hang Ribbons for Easy Storage - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Need to store craft ribbons? A simple metal hanger and a few clothes pins will do the job. Just clip the end of the ribbon on a clothespin and roll it up. Then you just have to clip it to the hanger. You can get several rolls on a single hanger and hang it wherever you want. Via: CreativetryalsRibbon Storage Idea


Decorated Boxes Add Elegant Storage


Decorated Boxes Add Elegant Storage - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Simple cardboard boxes make great drawers if you need additional storage. You can even decorate the drawers by adding fabric or contact paper to make them a bit prettier. Then just add what you need to store and stack them. They will look like a small dresser and give you loads of storing opportunities. Via: MissrepurposeOrganizing Boxes


Display Artwork in a Unique Frame


Display Artwork in a Unique Frame - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

If you are looking for a neat idea for displaying kids’ artwork, look no further than the picture frame isle. You can decorate a picture frame using colored construction paper and then take out the glass and hang a wire or ribbon across it. Use clothespins to hang the artwork so that it can be displayed until a new piece comes in that needs to be shown. Via: MadincraftsNeon Feature Frame {for schoolwork}


Hanging Organizer for Tights


Hanging Organizer for Tights - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Fall is just around the corner and with it comes a load of tights to be organized. Instead of stuffing those tights in a drawer, hang your own organizer that is easy and cheap to make. You just need wooden clothespins and a hot glue gun. Find a place to hang them, inside the closet or behind the door works well, and hot glue the pins to the wall. Now just use them to hang your tights so they are perfectly organized. Via: LanaredTidy Tights


Organize Your Schedule and Save Time


Organize Your Schedule and Save Time - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

A simple rope, chain or ribbon and some wooden clothespins are great for keeping your schedule organized. Just use the pins to hang up notes for what you have going on for the day, week or month. As you finish each task, remove the note and move the others forward. This keeps you abreast of what is happening and helps you to keep your time more organized. Via: BHGScheduling Assistant


Unique and Whimsical Diaper Storage


Unique and Whimsical Diaper Storage - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

With an old nightstand, a little paint and some imagination, you can turn your diaper storage into a sci-fi masterpiece. Just add baskets for keeping diapers and other items handy. If you are not really into sci-fi, you can just paint the nightstand however you want it and still give your nursery a great look that costs you very little. Via: MadincraftsA Craft Odyssey


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.


Need to know what to do with all of those scarves? Maybe you have too many toys and just don’t know what to do with them. Whatever you are looking to organize, we have collected a host of helpful tips and ideas and most of the items can be bought for very little money. You just need a little imagination and creativity and you would be surprised at what you can use to organize your life.

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Organize Spare Yarn with Clothespins


Organize Spare Yarn with Clothespins - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

If you have small bits of yarn left over after a crocheting or knitting project, don’t just throw them out. You may actually need these bits in the future. Instead of chucking them, just take a few clothespins and roll them up. You will need to clip the end of the yarn to the clothespin and then roll it. They will store neatly in a small basket so you will have them when you need them. Via: CornflowerbluestudioDIY for Knitters & Crocheters :: How to Organize Bits of Yarn


Canvas Containers for Kids Room Storage


Canvas Containers for Kids Room Storage

Canvas containers that you can pick up for a steal at most Dollar Stores are great for organizing just about anything you can imagine. If you have little space in the kitchen, you can redo a shelving unit or dresser and use the containers to keep supplies organized. You can also use these in closets or just anywhere that you have open space and want it to be a bit more tidy. Via: AddhousewifeOrganization Round Up


Organize Your Dorm Room with Ziploc Bags


Organize Your Dorm Room with Ziploc Bags - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

If you have a kid going off to college in the fall, you can find loads of organizing supplies that are inexpensive and very useful. Large Ziploc bags are great for keeping clothes together and baskets, buckets and crates will help your child to keep their things neat and tidy in the dorm room. Plastic bins are great for makeup, jewelry, shoes and other things. Via: DormifyHow to Move in Like a Boss


Store Sweaters Safely and Save Space


Store Sweaters Safely and Save Space - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Clear plastic garment bags are great for storing out of season clothing. Some bulkier items may take up too much room in the dresser and if you prefer not to hang sweaters for months on end, you can just fold and lay them flat in a garment bag and then hang the garment bag by the hole at the top. Place all of your fall and winter sweaters in a single bag to save space. Via: BlondeesdiaryFrozen Adventures, Fuzz Busting and Fat Apples


Store Gift Wrap in a Shoe Organizer


Store Gift Wrap in a Shoe Organizer - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

You can buy organizers for gift wrap but they tend to be a bit expensive. A cheaper solution? A shoe organizer. You can hang the organizer over the door and keep all of your wrapping paper, tape, scissors and bows in there. This works the same as those organizers designed to store gift wrap but comes at a much lower cost. Via: ThecountrychiccottageGift Wrap Storage {from an over the door shoe organizer}


Car Cleanup and Organization


Car Cleanup and Organization - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

A shoe organizer works great for keeping things in the car neat and tidy. If you have children, you probably have a load of things that you need to take with you when you go. Small shoe organizers will fit all of those items and you can just hang them over the back of the front seat so that kids can get to what they need. Via: Decorganizecrafts – Car Organizer using a Shoe Organizer


Keep Traveling Supplies Handy and Organized


Keep Traveling Supplies Handy and Organized - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

A couple of cheap hanging organizers and a few strategically placed Command strip hangers will help you to perfectly organize supplies in your car or minivan. If your kids participate in sports or you tend to take long trips, these little organizers can help to keep things put away in their place. Via: DollarstoremomExtreme Dollar Store Car Organization


Cheap Storage Solution for Nail Polish


Cheap Storage Solution for Nail Polish - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

A hanging jewelry organizer is a great idea for keeping nail polishes organized. You can group them together by color and keep them in the pockets in whatever order you choose. You can also use a hanging shoe organizer and get the same result. They hang up on closet doors or the back of the bedroom or bathroom door so they stay out of the way and keep your polishes perfectly organized. Via: KikichaosNailpolish Storage Idea


Ziploc Bags Protect and Store Craft Supplies


Ziploc Bags Protect and Store Craft Supplies - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Ziploc bags are definitely not just for storing food. If you are a crafty person and you tend to have several craft ideas just lying around the house, you can use Ziploc bags to keep those projects organized. Just insert the materials and instructions for each craft idea and zip it closed. The bags will protect your crafts and keep them together so when you are ready to do one, you just open the bag and get started. Via: Butyoucancallmemeg – Organizing Goals: Project Bags


Sort and Organize Your Cookie Cutters


Sort and Organize Your Cookie Cutters - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

If you have tons upon tons of cookie cutters and you are tired of rifling through drawers and boxes to find the ones that you need, just group them together by whatever order you choose and keep them in Ziploc bags. Christmas designs for instance can be placed in one bag while Halloween or Easter designs are kept in another. Label the bags so that you know which one holds which cutters. Via: TherosemaryhouseCookie Cutters – Organized


Store Wrapping Paper in a Garment Bag


Store Wrapping Paper in a Garment Bag - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

A standard garment bag is great for storing rolls of wrapping paper. Instead of keeping that paper in a box where it can be smashed, just put the rolls in a garment bag and hang it in your coat closet or wherever you have room. It takes up little space and will help to protect your paper from damage. Via: PracticallymarthaDIY Wrapping Paper Holder


Store Craft Supplies in Ziploc Bags


Store Craft Supplies in Ziploc Bags - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Ziploc bags can be used for any number of organization solutions. If you have craft supplies that tend to get lost or in the way, just keep them in Ziploc bags. You can group certain items together. For instance, keep your glue and glue sticks in one bag, colored pencils in one and so on. You can write on the bags what goes in each one and then just keep them all together in your desk drawer, a plastic tote or a basket. Via: BabbleOrganize Your Arts and Crafts Supplies with Ziploc Bags


Shoe Organizers Work Great for Storing Medicines


Shoe Organizers Work Great for Storing Medicines - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

If you need to organize medicines, spices or anything else in relatively small containers, an over the door shoe organizer works great. For medicines, you can simply fill the compartments with medicine and then hang the organizer on your bathroom door. If you need to keep spices organized, just put them in the slots and hang the organizer on your pantry door. Via: MommylikesdealsHow to organize medicine, spices, and more!


Mesh Bags Keep Puzzle Pieces Together


Mesh Bags Keep Puzzle Pieces Together - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Organizing the playroom can be cheap, easy and fun. Zippered mesh bags are great for keeping puzzles pieces together and you can keep game pieces in Ziploc bags so that they don’t get lost. Finally, draw or print out labels that your child can color and use those labels on plastic bins to keep toys sorted. Not only is this a cheap and effective way to organize, your child will love helping to make labels for toy bins. Via: MadincraftsMore Playroom Organization


Traveling Organization


Traveling Organization - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Organization is important even when you are traveling, particularly if you are traveling with kids. Mesh bags are cheap and work great for keeping certain clothing pieces together in the suitcase. If you have kids, you can pack an outfit for each day inside the bag so they will have everything that they need to get dressed each morning already laid out for them. Via: SimplehomemadeSimple packing: mesh daily clothes bag tutorial


Small Plastic Containers Keep Smaller Items Safe


Small Plastic Containers Keep Smaller Items Safe - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Small plastic containers are great for organizing lots of things. Some are small enough to fit inside a desk drawer and are perfect for organizing office supplies. You can also use them in the kitchen for keeping lots of smaller items from getting lost and in the bathroom for cotton swabs, bobby pins and loads of other smaller things. Via: RealsimpleEasy Ways to Cut Clutter


Accordion Hooks for Organizing Jewelry


Accordion Hooks for Organizing Jewelry - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

If you want a cheap, and very effective, way to organize jewelry, accordion hooks are a great choice. You just attach them to the wall and then you can use them to keep necklaces, bracelets and other jewelry items organized. They work great because they keep chains from becoming tangled and they look really nice on the wall. Plus, they are really inexpensive. Via: AdorableanticsCHEAP Dollar Store Jewelry Organizer!


Making and Organizing Cleaning Rags


Making and Organizing Cleaning Rags - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Rags are not cheap. They can be however, if you make them yourself. Instead of buying rags for dusting and other tasks, just use old t-shirts. Cut the shirts into the size that you need and to keep them all neat and tidy, hang up a cheap plastic trash can. You can purchase a small trash can for very little and then just cut a small hole in the bottom to dispense the rags Via: InstructablesMaking and Organizing Cleaning Rags


Organize Tool Supplies with Ice Cube Trays


Organize Tool Supplies with Ice Cube Trays - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Ice cube trays run about $1 for 3 and they make the perfect organization solution for tool boxes and tool supplies. You can keep screws, nails and loads of other small items in the compartments and they stack perfectly so they take up little space. If you need to organize your smaller tool supplies, plastic ice cube trays are perfect. Via: BHGStorage Solutions for Every Little Thing


Store Jewelry in Ice Cube Trays


Store Jewelry in Ice Cube Trays - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Jewelry can be stored in ice cube trays, which are very inexpensive. If you don’t have a jewelry box or your jewelry box is overflowing, you can use plastic ice cube trays to keep jewelry pieces separated. You can stack the trays in a drawer so they take up very little space and you can just lift out each tray to inspect it for the items that you need. Via: RealsimpleIce-Cube Tray as Jewelry Storage


Mounted Mason Jars Add Extra Storage


Mounted Mason Jars Add Extra Storage - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Mason jars are adorable storage containers and when you mount them to a piece of wood, they become a great bathroom organizer. The jars themselves are very inexpensive and in order to mount them, you just need a piece of wood and a few large pipe clamps. The clamps hold the jars perfectly in place so you get a unique and very functional organizing solution. Via: Ovelylittledetails – Mason Jar Sunday DIY Mason Storage from Liz Marie


Mason Jars Hung from Cabinets


Mason Jars Hung from Cabinets - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

You can hang mason jars from the bottom of any cabinet easily. You just have to screw the lids into the underneath cabinet and then when you screw the jar back onto the lid, it will hang perfectly in place. This is a great organization and storage solution for kitchens, garages or bathrooms. You can keep spices, toiletries or anything you need in the jars and they store under the cabinet so they save space. Via: HouzzGet Organized: Easy DIY Mason Jar Storage


Empty Jars and Mod Podge for Office Organization


Empty Jars and Mod Podge for Office Organization - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

If you need organization for your desk and you love crafts, you can create beautiful jars with a little Mod Podge. You just need the Mod Podge, a few embellishments and some empty jars. The supplies will cost very little and give you enough to do multiple jars so if you need organization in the bathroom or any other room, you should have plenty left to do those rooms as well. Via: ModpodgerocksblogRecycled Mod Podge jars for your desk.


Keep Change Organized with Plastic Food Containers


Keep Change Organized with Plastic Food Containers - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Small plastic food containers with lids make the perfect solution for keeping loose change organized. You can easily cut a slot into the top of the container and then label each one for the coin that is going into it. You can keep a container for pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters and then just roll them up when they become full. This is a great way to get the kids involved in saving and to teach them how to differentiate between coins. Via: bhgFinancial Planning


Command Strips Are Great for Keys and Sunglasses


Command Strips Are Great for Keys and Sunglasses - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

If you want instant organization, Command strips are a must. You can hang the strips virtually anywhere and they will enable you to keep a number of things perfectly organized. They are great for hanging keys and sunglasses so they are always near the door when you get ready to leave or use them to keep hair accessories, cords or anything else neatly in place. Via: TodoimmeasurablymoreOrganization on Command


Handy Scarf Organizer from Shower Rings


Handy Scarf Organizer from Shower Rings - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

If you have multiple scarves and you need a good (and cheap) way to organize them, simply take a plastic hanger and add curtain rings. You can get plastic shower curtain rings for around a dollar or so. Just open them up enough to get them on a hanger and then place your scarves through the rings. Hang your organizer in the closet or wherever you want. Via: FtdofsmcpPinterest Project: Scarf Organization


Pin Cushion and Sewing Storage from Mason Jars


Pin Cushion and Sewing Storage from Mason Jars - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Did you know you can make a pin cushion from a mason jar? Well, you can and it’s easy to do. You can then store your sewing pins and keep them organized. Actually, you can make the pin cushion on top and then keep buttons, thread or anything else you need to store inside the jar. Make multiples if you have loads of sewing supplies. Via: TheandersoncrewblogDIY cute mason jars


Organize Measuring Spoons Inside the Cabinet Door


Organize Measuring Spoons Inside the Cabinet Door - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

You can use command hooks to organize the measuring spoons and cups in your kitchen. Just attach the plastic hooks to the inside of a cabinet door and you have a great place to keep those items without them taking up drawer room. If you really want to be creative, add a strip that labels each hook and maybe a conversion chart for recipes. Via: IshouldbemoppingthefloorDollar Store Kitchen Organization


Shower Curtain Rings for Storing Ponytail Holders


Shower Curtain Rings for Storing Ponytail Holders - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Elastic ponytail holders can really be a pain to store. They can take up so much room in a drawer and they get lost really easily. You can store them better on shower curtain rings. The ponytail holders will slip perfectly inside the shower curtain ring and you can group them together by color to keep them very well organized. Once you have them all together, just hang them from plastic hooks or put them back in a drawer. Via: Shadytreediary{Hairbands Unite!}


Get Your Preschooler Organized


Get Your Preschooler Organized - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

Organization for preschoolers is not nearly as difficult as it sounds. With just a few supplies, you can get your young one very organized which makes it much easier to get off to school each day. Things like baskets for schoolwork and school supplies for the day make it much easier to get out the door each morning. Via: Activity-momOrganizing for Your Preschooler


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