diy baby wardrobe organizers.

Posted on: Friday, June 13, 2014

DIY Baby Wardrobe Organizers | Ann-Marie Loves

Shopping for baby clothes is CLEARLY something I have no problem doing. The only tricky part is trying to figure out which sizes to buy based on how big I estimate my daughter will be at any given month. Will she be tiny and wear a 0-3 well into the cooler Fall months? Or will she be a jumbo baby (PLEASE GOD NO) who wears a size 3-6 months on her way home from the hospital? We won’t know for sure until she’s actually here, so in the meantime, I’m stocking up on all different sizes to ensure this kid is well-clothed. (Such a sacrifice, I know ;))

As a way to organize the different months within the same closet, I created wardrobe dividers using my Cameo die-cutting machine, white cardstock, and adhesive-backed gold foil paper.

DIY Baby Wardrobe Organizers | Ann-Marie Loves

To begin, I measured the diameter of the clothing rod and designed a double circle in the Cameo software to create the shape of the organizer. Using 8.5 x 11″ cardstock, I was able to cut out two circles per sheet.

DIY Baby Wardrobe Organizers | Ann-Marie Loves

Next, I thickened up the organizers by gluing two sheets of die cut cardstock back-to-back with a basic tape runner. Once I had adhesive on a single die cut, I lined it up with another die cut and secured the two pieces together.

DIY Baby Wardrobe Organizers | Ann-Marie Loves

From there, I cut a slit from the edge of the big circle to the center of the small circle so that I could easily pop the organizer onto the clothing rod.

DIY Baby Wardrobe Organizers | Ann-Marie Loves

DIY Baby Wardrobe Organizers | Ann-Marie Loves

To distinguish between the different sizes, I used my tried-and-true adhesive-backed gold foil paper to create the numbers for both sides of the circles.

DIY Baby Wardrobe Organizers | Ann-Marie Loves DIY Baby Wardrobe Organizers | Ann-Marie Loves

And finally, I popped the circles onto the clothing rod and started organizing! Slowly but surely, everything is coming together :)



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