We just moved into our new (to us) home and it is upside down! We moved right in the middle of renovation and I am CRAVING organization. I miss knowing where everything is! The house is full of totes and construction dust! Our current chaos inspired me to share a few of my favorite Dollar Tree organizing hacks. Dollar Tree is my first stop when I start a new project, host an event (#PullumWedding2019), and for any other mission I’m on. Please allow me to show you the magic of a place where everything is only $1!
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Labels are the cherry on top of a well-organized sundae. Love them!These chalkboard clip labels are cute and functional! So far, I am using them to label our laundry cart and the bins on the top shelf of my closet. I would also use them to label food at parties and events, pantry items, toy bins, or our mail.
I would consider these an inexpensive dupe for Command strips and they work just as well! My Dollar Tree had several sizes in stock. I use them to hang my robe on the back of the bathroom door, temporary decor for the holidays, belts in my closet. You could also use them to hang a strand of fun lights, or kitchen towel on the back of your cabinet too.
Trays are the handiest way to keep your junk divided, organized, and keeping it that way. Using trays in the pantry allows us to see everything at once, making it less likely for food to go stale. I like using them for smaller items such as medicine or Q-tips in the linen closet or junk in the junk drawer. Another great use for them is to organize your dresser or desk drawers.
There are certain things I like to leave in my car at all times, but I was getting annoyed with the loose clutter. This basket makes it easy to see all of my items while keeping them out of the way when I don’t need them. A few other ways I would use this basket is to store my potatoes on the floor of the pantry, beach toys/items for easy clean up, or a catchall basket when picking up around the house.
These babies are surprisingly strong! We currently use them on the fridge to hold our spare keys and weekly dinner menus. However, I was curious to see what else they would stick too. The hooks stuck to our washer and dryer, which would be handy to hang clothes or reminders of what to hang dry. They also worked on one of our exterior doors, which is a great spot for a wreath or reminder as we head out the door!
I grab a pack of these bad boys every time I stop in Dollar Tree. These clips are the best chip clips ever! They are small, easy to store, and strong. When they are not in use, we simply clip them onto our pantry shelf for easy access. I’ve also found them handy when bundling up cords and keeping my phone charger from sliding off my nightstand.
I hate having to dig into my purse for a tiny bobby pin, or the center console for my Aldi quarter. Which is why small bags and pouches like this pencil pouch come in handy. I have several bags in my car to keep all my tiny necessities organized; hair accessories, medicine, germx and now I have one for my emergency snacks. This pencil pouch would be great for your work bag, briefcase, backpack, gym bag, or diaper bag. No more digging!
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