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. Take a look at these 22 dollar tree organizing ideas part 1. 1.
Plastic Crate Shelf These simple little plastic crates can actually be joined together, turned on their sides, and then attached to the wall as a cohesive shelving unit. you really don’t have to lose any sleep over what you’re spending.2. Organizing Kids Drawers with Canvas Boxes If 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.3. Portable Spice Kit Organizer You 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 for the spices that you want to carry along So right now I’m switching out the controls right here. So I popped off the knobs; pretty straightforward… 4.
Great Idea for Bath Toys 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.5. Craft Organizer Boxes Keep Hair Supplies Tidy 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.6. Clear Plastic Cups for Organizing Cords Looking 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.7.
Great Belt Organizer from Clothespins If 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 8. Build a Handy Craft Supply Organizer 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.9. Keep Schoolwork Organized with a File Box You can keep all of their important papers as well as pictures and other things in a file that is labeled so you always know where to go to get what you need. Just a few folders will complete the project and you can keep that paper clutter down to a minimum.10. Easy Scrapbooking Storage Spinning racks are perfect for keeping pages neat and protected and you can use a paper towel holder to keep ribbon neatly organized.
Baskets are always a great choice for storage and tiny buckets will keep stickers and other embellishments neat and tidy.11. Cheap and Easy Organization for Outgrown Clothing If you have more than one child you may be waiting to see if some of that clothing will fit the next in line. Instead of getting rid of those clothes, use comforter storage bags. You would be surprised at how much clothing one storage bag will hold and you can organize them by size, gender or type of clothing. If you thought old age would mean moving out of your home one day, think again. A new center in Brisbane … 12. Handy Kitchen Memo Board If you don’t already have a menu board, you need one.
There really is no better way to keep family events and other things organized. A simple wooden picture frame and a few clothespins will do the trick nicely. Use the clothespins to keep things noted where you will remember what you have going on each week and you can add small cardboard boxes for recipes and other items.13. Hang Baskets on the Wall When you are short on space, hanging baskets are a great solution. You just need to purchase a few inexpensive wicker type baskets and install them on your wall. Not only is this an easy project, it’s a very cheap one and gives you a place to store things like towels and washcloths, toiletries and anything else that you need extra room for14. Organize Laundry Rooms with Baskets Did we say that baskets are great for keeping things organized?
Well, they are and you can pick up some great plastic ones for organizing the laundry room or cleaning closet. They sell plastic baskets in all sizes and shapes so you can find exactly what works for your laundry room.15. Makeup Drawer Cleanup If you need better organization for your makeup drawer, a few wire mesh containers and some Velcro will do the trick nicely. You can buy the containers for around $1 or so for a larger one and get several smaller ones for the same price.16. Craft Ribbon Dispenser Organizing craft ribbon is not difficult, provided you know what you need. A great way to keep those ribbons organized. 17.
Decorate Plastic Baskets for Attractive Storage You can find plastic baskets in all shapes and sizes. The ones with holes in the side are perfect for decorating. These also make wonderful gift holders for baby showers.18. Command Hooks for Organizing the Kitchen Command hooks are the perfect accessories for organizing the clutter under your kitchen sink. You can use the hooks to hang up plastic bottles or affix metal shelves to the inside of the cabinet for holding sponges and other cleaning supplies.19. turn an ordinary coat closet into a kitchen pantry 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.20. Attractive and Organized Spice Cabinet 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 sales21. Cheap Freezer Organization 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.22. Laundry Room Organization that Saves Time 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.