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Baby Closet Dividers

Today I’m sharing a small nursery organization project with you guys– baby closet dividers. These are super simple and inexpensive to make. They would also make great baby shower gifts.

DIY baby closet dividers

It’s also the 10th of the month which means another fabulous themed roundup from this talented bunch of bloggers! This month’s theme is just for kids– recipes, crafts, and more. Each month I love seeing how each blogger takes the theme and runs with it, and this month is no different. You can see how I made my baby closet dividers below and then be sure to go and see what everyone else is sharing as well.

Blog Hop (1)

1. After School 1-2-3 ~ Thirty Handmade Days

2. Baby Closet Dividers ~ Two Twenty One

3. DIY Harry Potter Wall Art ~ Landeelu

4. Halloween Happy Mail – Eighteen 25

5. Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Mug Cake ~ Or so she says…

6. Make Ahead Muffins – Kids Can Cook! ~ Your Homebased Mom

7. Chevron Perler Bead Necklaces ~ The Crafted Sparrow

8. Craft Stick Dolls ~ Simply Kierste

9. DIY Rocket Bird Feeder ~ Lolly Jane

10. Duct Tape Pumpkin Decoration ~ Capturing Joy

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Here’s what you’ll need to make the closet dividers:

• wooden O’s
• scrapbook paper
• number stickers
• paint
• Mod Podge
• foam brush
• scissors
• pencil

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Our closet clothing rods are metal with a shelf attached to the top, so I needed to cut a space in the O’s with a hack saw so I could slide the dividers onto the rod. After I cut the dividers, I lightly sanded the jagged parts left by the saw.

If you have a rod that can be removed, you can just slide the O’s on without needing to cut them.

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Then, I spray painted the dividers.

You can use any paint you have handy– spray paint, craft paint, latex. It doesn’t matter.

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I grabbed my scrapbook paper, turned it over, and traced the dividers with a pencil.

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Next, I cut the paper out with my scissors.

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Then it was time for the Mod Podge to adhere the scrapbook paper cut-outs to the wooden dividers.

Make sure you lay your paper on top of the divider first to make sure it’s lining up correctly.

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After the paper was dry, I stuck the number stickers on. And that’s it!

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Like I said above, these would make great handmade baby shower gifts. I think I’ll whip up some extra closet dividers and save them to give as baby shower gifts with my DIY burp cloths and applique onesies.

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  1. Hola ….que tal te encuentras?…………….
    Púes lo lo veo muy práctico…..y si además es económico…..genial. bsos ¡¡¡¡¡ cuídate¡¡¡¡

  2. Love the idea of using the wooden Os for this! Awesome & cute! Pinning!

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