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Christmas Themed Shoe Organizer

Paige Paige Home & Family, Play

A Christmas DIY for every girls dream closet. It is the gift that keeps on giving … a DIY shoe organizer.

Ladies we love nothing better than a well organised, pretty closet where everything has a place, a space and a home. It helps us be more productive, efficient and it’s just one of those little things in life that we love. So, why not create your own space saving, DIY shoe organizer at home. Here is how to get started!

You Will Need:

  • 1” x 24” wooden dowels (or desired length if bigger door)
  • Heavyweight, strong and sturdy material (table cloth, burlap)
  • Hot glue gun / hot glue
  • Fabri-Tac glue
  • Stapler
  • Canvas bags
  • Door wreath hanger
  • Ribbons
  • Buttons

How-To:

1. You’ll want to start with your 1”x24” wooden dowel
TIP: If you purchase your wooden dowel at the hardware store, they will cut it to size for you.
2. Take your heavy-weight fabric and lay it out. Cut the width to be about 1” wider than your dowel on both sides.
TIP: Length of the fabric is dependent on your door size
3. Then, you’ll fold and glue in the fabric about an inch on each side, leaving the fabric to be the width of your dowel.
TIP: You’ll want to fold it in so that the ends don’t fray
TIP: You can use hot glue, Fabri-Tac or hem tape
4. Glue your fabric to the wooden dowel with hot glue AND Fabri-Tac.
5. Then, on the backside of the dowel, staple the fabric to it as well for extra security.
6. Roll over the fabric to hide the dowel.
7. Use hot glue AND Fabri-Tac to attach your canvas bags to the fabric
TIP: Space them out according to the size of the bags
TIP: Let Fabri-Tac set for 24 hours
8. Attach ribbon to the dowel with a stapler and hot glue gun, and use a door wreath hanger to hang your shoe organizer.

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XOXO,

Paige

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