HI! I had so many requests for more room organization videos, so here’s the video!
You are going to need some cardboard, I’m using this cookie box. Start off by marking the height of your organizer and cut the box so you have the base. Then use that base to draw a rectangle of the same size and cut it out so it fits like this. Now take the rest of the cardboard and mark two small rectangles and two big ones, so when you cut them out you have something like this. It’s up to you how big or small you make this. My measurements are:
Base: 25×6 cm, height: 1cm
Side boxes: 7×3 cm, height: 8 cm
I made another one and I also cut two little rectangle to use as dividers like so. The next step is optional but I spray painted all my pieces white because my paper was a little bit sheer. Now take any type of paper you want and cover all your pieces, I’m using wrapping paper because you get a lot of paper for a cheap price.
Once you have all the pieces covered glue them in place with some hot glue. An your desk organizer is finished. As a last minute decoration I decided to glue down some craft roses to give a spring touch.
I just glue together some little jars and organize all of my hair accessories in them.
Hack 1: tangled cords
For this you just need some toilet or kitchen paper rolls and washi tape. Just measure how much of the roll you need, then cut it out and decorate it with washi tape. This will keep the cord from getting tangled.
Hack 2: hangers
A really easy way to gain space in your closet is using hangers that have hooks, so you can hang another hanger from there and they will take out less space. But if you don’t have them you can also use a can tab and you will get the same thing.
Hack 3: tangled thread
The key to organize threads is using a cloth pin. You just pin one end and wrap the rest around the pin, making sure that the pin is slightly opened, once you get to the end just close the pin and that’s it!
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