Spring cleaning, while not exactly the most exciting household chore, can be tremendously rewarding. There’s something very peaceful about decluttering your home, especially if you organize your necessities with pretty yet practical DIY project.
Mason Jar Bathroom Organizer
Mason jars attached to a wood panel with hose clamps create a simple way to corral cotton balls, cotton swabs, toothbrushes, and other small bathroom items. The DIY Playbook explains how to make this organizer for your home.
Never misplace an earring again with this clever organizer made from a large photo frame and chicken wire. Head over to Marty’s Musings for the details.
Display all your favorite bracelets in a convenient location with this stylish organizer made from a decoupaged paper towel tube. I Heart Organizing has the tutorial.
Magnetic Makeup Board
A magnetic makeup board saves time in the morning by making it easy to find all your beauty essentials. Learn more at Handmade in the Heartland.
Instant Dry Erase Board
Add pretty paper to a stylish frame to create an instant mini dry erase board for your desktop. Visit Two Twenty One for additional information.
Paint Chip Dry Erase Calendar
A variation of the DIY dry erase board, this project uses paint chips to make colorful calendar squares so you can easily keep track of all your appointments. Visit Chicisms to learn more.
French Memory Board
You can create this pretty French memory board from your favorite fabric for less than $10. It’s the perfect place to keep receipts, appointment cards, photos, and other important items. Get the tutorial at Pop Sugar.
Cereal Box Magazine Holder
Turn an empty cereal box into a pretty yet practical magazine holder with this easy DIY project. Head over to The Sits Girls for details.
Wrapping Paper Organizer
If you’ve accumulated a large collection of wrapping paper, keep those rolls organized with this DIY project made using painted soup cans and scrap wood. Add metal hooks to store tape and rolls of curling ribbon. Amy Krist has the instructions on her blog.
Tin Can Organizer for Kids
Encourage your children to explore their creative sides with a DIY organizer made from soup cans covered in pretty paper. The compartments are the perfect size for glue sticks, scissors, markers, and other craft essentials. Living Well Mom has the details.
Framed Peg Board
Simple pegboard gets an upgrade in this unique DIY project. This would be perfect for a child’s bedroom, garage, or craft area. Visit By Dawn Nicole to learn more.
Denim Pocket Organizers
For tiny items you want to keep close at hand, these denim pocket organizers are the perfect choice. Learn more about this clever way to up-cycle your old jeans at Home Made Modern.
Plastic Bag Organizer
If you like to save plastic shopping bags for reuse, keep your collection tidy with a handy organizer made from an old can of cleaning wipes. Lady Bug’s Teacher Files has the details, as well as a free printable label.