April 27, 2012

DIY: Printable Nursery Clothing Size Dividers

As I mentioned last week, I've been working to get Maeva's closet organized. It has been a bit of a challenge as we don't have the nice walk-in closets that our last home did, and well, girlfriend already has quite the wardrobe, thanks to generous friends and family. Regardless, I'm making it work. I'm just not going to hang up more than one size at a time like I did when I first set up Manny's closet. (You can see the details of how I organized his closet here and the tutorial for the size dividers I made here.)

We are fortunate to have some larger sized clothing that needs to be stored, so I bought these tubs at the Target $1 Spot for $2.50...because that makes sense...but I won't get started. Regardless, they work great for easy access to other items, and stack nicely on the closet shelf. I designed some tags to tie on to the bins so I can quickly locate a size without pulling all of the bins down. I decided not to foam-mount and mod podge the tags like I did Manny's since they won't be hanging in the middle of clothes so durability won't really be an issue. Plus it was just quicker. :)

I thought I'd share my designs in case anyone else might be able to use them too. Just click the bottom of the image or the links below them to download. I recommend printing on matte presentation paper or cardstock. Then just cut out, hole punch, and tie on with riboon. You could also print these on label sheets and stick them to the actual bin, but I didn't want something that permanent.

As with all of my downloads, these are for personal use only. Please do not re-sell these or claim them as your own. Thank you! :)


navy chevron size dividers here


pink chevron size dividers here


yellow chevron size dividers here

Happy Friday friends...have a great weekend! :)

5 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing these! I love that you did 0-3, 3-6, etc. It bothers me when the dividers are 3, 6, etc. This is more accurate to me and my type A ways. haha.

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  2. LOVE'EM!!! Great idea putting the clothes into little bins/baskets when there it not enough room in the closets. I just want your creativeness:)

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  3. So cute!
    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  4. I just love your designs. So sweet of you to share them! :)

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