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Cute and Easy DIY Wall Organizer

By: Kari from craftcreatecook.com
Updated November 20, 2018
Cute and Easy DIY Wall Organizer
Cute and Easy DIY Wall Organizer
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If you tend to lose bills and papers in the clutter of your home, this picture frame project will come in handy. Check out this Cute and Easy DIY Wall Organizer. Not only will it take up minimal space, but it’ll also help you keep papers in easy reach. This DIY organizer will add a splash of color to your wall without costing you a pretty penny. Whether you hang it up in your kitchen or your bedroom, this wall organizer will definitely come in handy. Grab an old wooden picture frame to start this easy recycled craft!  

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft

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This idea is perfect for me. I always have a lot of bills and other stuff all over my small kitchen table and this will keep me organized. I will hand this right in front of me on the wall where my computer is to remind me of things I have to do. And I won't be losing any papers which also is a plus. So decorative and practical as well. Thank you.

I adore this idea. I think I would have to use a much bigger frame, but it gives me the vision I need to create one of these for my desk area. I always have little bits of paper and notes around in my way. This idea lets me organize those without taking them out of my sight.

I like using this idea for my crafting and sewing needle storage, using aida cloth for the basic frame so the piece of fabric can be rolled up and store knitting needles, crochet hooks, or sewing/embroidery needles. I've even made these quickly so I can take a sewing project with me and have a semi-hard surface to work on whenever I roll it out. These are easy and so much fun to make, and with so many possibilities I'm always making them!

This is way nicer than similar ones I have seen! Does the job and looks absolutely great! I love the color shown in the photo example. For the ocean lover, you could glue little sea shells along the edge of the frame, or for a more festive or whimsical,look for a girl's room, add some colorful ric rac, rhinestones, glass pebbles or even some buttons in the colors of your decor! This would be a fun project to complete with your kids as a film, or to make as a gift! Thank ou for the great idea!

This is way nicer than similar ones I have seen! Does the job and looks absolutely great! I love the color shown in the photo example. For the ocean lover, you could glue little sea shells along the edge of the frame, or for a more festive or whimsical,look for a girl's room, add some colorful ric rac, rhinestones, glass pebbles or even some buttons in the colors of your decor! This would be a fun project to complete with your kids as a film, or to make as a gift! Thank ou for the great idea!

This is way nicer than similar ones I have seen! Does the job and looks absolutely great! I love the color shown in the photo example. For the ocean lover, you could glue little sea shells along the edge of the frame, or for a more festive or whimsical,look for a girl's room, add some colorful ric rac, rhinestones, glass pebbles or even some buttons in the colors of your decor! This would be a fun project to complete with your kids as a film, or to make as a gift! Thank ou for the great idea!

I have a lpt (And I mean a lot ) of old photo frames that I have been looking for a use for besides photos, and this idea is wonderful! I plan on making one for each member of the family in personalized colors and patterns. It is great for kids to put any school papers in that I need to sign or see, and great for me to put reminders in for them. I plan on hanging them in the hall by the front door so everyone can check them on the way out and on the way in the house! I may even have the kids decorate their own!

I have to say I love this idea. All the must keep papers seem to end up stuck on the fridge or stuffed in my mail rack on my desk. But this is surely a novel idea - something decorative and functional as well. Ive never heard of the paint and wax brands used in this tutorial, but Im sure you could use any paint, or even use an unpainted frame. I suppose the only limits to this project would be your imagination.

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