Just back from vacation and after having done a mountain of laundry, I crave ORDER. Clothes order. Everywhere order. I need a more organized life. Now.
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OK. It’s not ‘that’ urgent, but I realize we all need organizing tools such as these dividers for your clothes racks.
Besides organizational-neat-‘freaks’ and order-craving, creative-mess producers like myself, it seems like half of the world is having new babies and the other half has kids going back-to-school. I reckon both groups of online readers will love these.
Do You Like to Make These?
I love the idea of recycling CDs for this purpose, but I am not good with scissors and CDs. (Can anybody help out here telling me how to cut CDs up?? )
Recycled cardboard might also work, provided you don’t give them too much handling, as they might get crooked fast.
Meanwhile, I found that you can buy a bunch of plain, blank plastic closet clothes rack dividers online for just 2 cents a piece, so that will have to do. (Note that you can easily spend $1-2 a piece in a store. Yes, those are not even hand embellished!)
If you think that’s too many dividers, think again. First, do them for all members of the family, say 7 each. Then, give them away in sets of 5-7 to friends for any of the upcoming holidays (Christmas), a baby shower or visit? Wouldn’t they make a very sweet gift?
If you want to make your lettering neat (I DO !!!), you can use a free online label-maker template (http://www.audiolabel.com/cd-label-template.html) and print your words onto your pretty paper. (tip: do a trial print out on plain paper to ensure it is going to fit right and look good).
What are you going to write on yours?