DIY Daily Clothes Wall Organizer
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Are you looking for ways to get your kid’s clothes organized for school? Today, I’m sharing this adorable Wall Decor / Easy Daily Clothes Organizer to help get your school mornings organized and off to the right start.
Ok, I’ll admit a secret. There is one issue every member in our household has a problem with…
It’s a skill both my hubby and I lack and it appears to be a trait we are sharing with our children. I try to make organization (and not procrastinating) a priority, but the moment I slack off, all my organizing efforts go straight out the window.
One of our target goals this school year was to work on our morning routines and getting out the door without any raised voices or tears. Part of getting out the door with everything we need and smiles on our faces can be attributed to significant preparation on Sunday evenings and each evening before school.
Our evening routine is packing lunches, putting together backpacks and leaving them by the door, making sure all school devices are charging, laying out clothes and locating both shoes before we go to bed.
Our Sunday routine includes doing laundry, getting clothes put away and school outfits laid out and ready to go for the entire week.
To make it fun, (and add a little wall decor to a blank wall) I made these adorable paper covered Day-of-the-Week Clothes Hangers for my daughter’s room. I just love how they turned out. The letters were incredibly easy to make and the options are endless!
The beauty of this project is that, based on your chosen paper and letters, this could work for anything. Names, holiday sayings, whatever you can think of!
To make the project even easier, I used the Gorilla Spray Adhesive to attach the paper to the letters and the Gorilla Glue Mounting Tape Squares to attach the letters to the wall.
The Gorilla Spray Adhesive is a heavy duty, multi-purpose spray glue that is super easy to use. It is repositionable for up to 10 minutes and forms a clear, permanent bond that is photo safe.
The wide pad nozzle and controlled fine mist provides an even application on your project, which is perfect for adhering cardstock to flat surfaces.
Ready to make some of these paper cover letters for yourself?
Paper Covered Day of the Week Clothing Hangers Instructions
- Gorilla Spray Adhesive
- exacto/art knife
- nail file
1. Cover your workspace with paper.
2. Evenly coat the front of the letter with the Gorilla glue Spray adhesive.
3. Let dry about a minute and flip letter over and press onto the back side of the cardstock.
4. Use an art knife to cut along the edges of the paper.
5. Smooth any edges with a nail file.
6. Repeat with the rest of your letters.
7. Decide the placement of your letters and hooks. Hang the hooks. (I used the drywall screws that came in the package.
8. Add the mounting tape to the back of the letters.
9. Hang letters on the wall.
That’s it you are done!
Now it’s your turn! Share your favorite way to get organized in the comment section below!
About the Author
Jamie Sanders is a wife and mom of 2, located in the heart of Texas. She founded Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom in 2011 as a place to share creative ideas and family friendly recipes. Her work has been featured on Martha Stewart, Woman’s World, HuffPost, TODAY, Pioneer Woman, HGTV, CNET, Good Housekeeping, Yahoo, Oprah Daily, and Redbook, plus many other publications. To date, she had given away just under a million free pdf sewing patterns.
Where did you get the letters?
My letters came from Joanns. I can’t find them online at the joanns site, they might still have them in store, but I also see them online here
Hi there! Like Jamie Sanders, I as well bought my letters at Joanns. I live in Maine and from my location my craft store options are Joanns (been in my town for almost 20 years) about 1 mile from me, Michaels about 30 miles and Hobby Lobby just opened 2 miles away (will NEVER shop there because of employee rights).
I have been a joann devotee forever and they have always had what I needed.
I find these letters on a back wall after the artificial flowers, near the craft paints.
Fantastic! Inspired to figure out a condensed version for my small room – this is an idea my toddler would adore!
Thank you for sharing!!
What a cute and smart idea! I wish someone would have suggested this when I was raising my four kids! I’m going to pass this idea on to my children to help organize my grandkids. Thanks for your nifty idea!
These are so cute! I’m gonna make some for my daughter’s bedroom!
What a cute project and it looks easy to do.
What a quick, easy project. Not to mention cute.
Thanks for sharing.
I love Gorilla Glue and I love being organized. What a fun way I can help my granddaughters organize their clothes for the week. The are 12 and 14 and quite up to doing this. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Great idea! All of your efforts at organization and structuring for your kids will be like money in the bank as they grow into teens and young adults. And it never has to be perfect, just consistent 🙂
How creative and cute! Would definitely be an asset to get organized especially during this busy season.
Organization is always a struggle in our household, as well! Love this idea vs. having their clothes for the week folded, as it reduces wrinkles!
What a great way to reduce morning chaos, and a lovely giveaway, thank you!
really clever, and a great way to get laundry put away first.
I really enjoy this site
This is such a great idea! A fun, practical way to organize. I’m not an organized person either so I have to work extra hard at it and I’m glad for any tips! I do like to use bins in closets tho to keep all our stuff separate so it doesn’t become one big jumble..
What a great idea! I love how yours turned out-so bright and cheery!
What a great idea! Will have to show my daughter for their children.
I love creating or buying shelving to help get more organized! We’ve started buying multi-use furniture recently so as to create more storage space in our tiny home! My current favorite purchase is a storage ottoman that functions as both a seat and footrest but when you turn the top upside down, it functions as a tray table!
In our entryway we have a shoe rack that we all put our shoes in. We don’t wear shoes in the house, and before we had the rack, there was shoes strewn all over the entryway. In the kitchen, each kid has their own shelf in the cupboards for their plates, bowls, and cups. That eliminites any arguments over, “He is using my cup”.
My favorite way to get organized is to purge so there is less that needs to find a home.
Would love to organize the kids’ room like this! Thanks for the great idea!
An amazing way I can encourage my niece and nephews to enjoy organising!
I love this!!!! It would be so handy for when I’m not there to help my husband get the kids ready for school.
This is such a great idea. Making for my first grandchild
This would be great for my kids!
Containers are my favorite of organizing
So clever and easy! Im going to do this !
I would love to make this for my two fashion diva nieces! It would be perfect for them both!
This is a really clever idea!
We bought a mesh over the door shoe organizer for the kids’ mittens, hats, scarves, etc. It makes it easier to find what they need and keeps the mess off the floor.
That’s a cute idea. I wish i had good organizational skills. I think my main goal is to return things to their places!
I am the same way!!!
This is adorable and a good idea, too. I’m a list person, keep too many, but always have one that is specific for the day (or if updating at night for the next day). I do try to figure out clothes and lunches the night before, too. Nothing as cute as your ideas!
This is a fantastic project – would love to make them for my grand daughter.
Clever and easy. I like to hang all the parts of an outfit on a single hanger in the closet. I can’t leave clothes out since one of my fur babies eats fabric.
I did this, I attached the hooks to the letters though, since renting limits the amount of holes in the wall.. at least that’s what is “suggested” ! Thank you for the great idea