First, thank you again so very much for your comments on this week's blogiversary post. I have been really moved by all you have had to say, and I look forward to many more years with you all. #bestreadersever
It is always funny when the contributors and I fall into the same organizing wavelengths. It happens quite often and always causes me to grin big when we are on similar paths with our ideas (great minds think alike right?). I recently shared how we DIY'd some wooden, adjustable dividers from our son's armoire drawers (yet the concept could be used in any drawer). Today, Ursula is joining us from Home Made by Carmona, and she is sharing her stunning acrylic version of adjustable drawer dividers. The best part, no major tools are required and they will turn out incredibly lovely. Acrylic anything gets my heart racing, and this project was no exception.
- Dentil molding
- Plastic sheets
- Wood glue
- Finishing nails (optional)
Tools you'll need:
- Hack saw (or something to cut molding to size)
- Carpenters steel square
- Vice grips
- Plastic cutter (or really sharp utility knife)
- Measuring tape
- Paint & spray paint, painters tape (all optional)
Then come back, and make these DIY acrylic organizers to go with them. It will be the perfect custom combination!
"Hi, I'm Ursula and I blog at Home Made by Carmona where there is always a fun DIY project in play. I've got expensive taste and no money, I'm a neat freak who's house didn't get that memo, and I firmly believe organization has the power to improve our homes, habits, and the members that abide there! I'm so thrilled to be here at IHeart Organizing, the blog that first inspired me to start my own blogging journey."