With my kids sharing a room the closet situation and their clothes easily gets out of hand. I can never tell whose is whose and what size each one is. This easy closet organization project is sure to get me and them in a better routine of keeping things tidy (or at least trying to).
Closet Divider SVG cutting file (free download at the bottom of the post)
There are several different routes you can take on using the dividers to organize. In the live video below I suggest several options of ways that you can use the file. Here is a short list to get your own ideas going.
Options and Ideas for Dividers:
- Patterned Vinyl
- Solid Color
- Sizes cut out leaving the negative space
- Layered Vinyl
Once you have decided which route to take on the dividers and what will work best for your families organization, download the Free SVG below. Then, using your Silhouette or Cricut, cut and weed your vinyl divider designs.
Helpful hint for Silhouette users: When cutting patterned or printed vinyl I always increase my force a little bit in order to ensure a nice smooth, easy, weed.
The last step is to use clear transfer tape and transfer your design onto the divider. We demonstrate the best way to peel up transfer tape here. Make sure to use clear transfer tape, so that you are able to see exactly where to line up the vinyl on the divider. Check out more details of the various types of transfer tapes available here.
Want more organization inspiration? Snag these awesome blanks for your kitchen pantry and use this pantry organization SVG file to make them gorgeous! You will have your house organized in no time.
In this video below, we show exactly step by step how to personalize and create dividers for the closet organization that you are looking for.
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE CLOSET DIVIDER SVG TABS
We always love to see your projects and how you bring these freebies to life. Make sure and post a pic below or over on our FB page to show off your closet divider creations.
Have another idea of how to use the closet dividers? Share with us below. The more we share the more we learn and make sure to pin this post for future inspiration. Till next time… happy crafting, cutting, and chaos!
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