Organization Hacks, Kitchen Organization Hacks, Bathroom Organization Hacks, Home Organization Hacks and Dollar Store Organization Hacks. Get Organized with these Organization Hacks for Budgeters!
Organizing is one of my favorite things to do. I’ve also learned that it’s better to de-clutter first and then organize so you aren’t organizing things you don’t need. I’ve founds some great Organization Hacks that Cost less than $10 that you’ll want to check out if you’re organizing on a budget!
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12 Organizing Ideas that are Cheaper than $10
1.) Medicine Cabinet Organization with Craft Bins from Uncommon Designs
These craft boxes can be found very inexpensively at the craft store and labels like these can be found in a dollar bin at stores like Target for labeling the boxes. It’s great to have your medicine organized, especially if you’re up in the middle of the night with kids and searching for medicine for them and you can’t find it! Having a separate bin just for the kids is a good idea also!
2.) Gift Bag Storage with Shower or Curtain Clips and a Tension Rod from Organize Your Stuff Now
I actually use this system and have my gift bags hanging on a closet rod. It’s a great way to organize bags. I have mine organized by occasion and then by size.
3.) Organize Important Papers with Binders from Organizing Moms
If your papers never make it to the file cabinet, consider setting up a binder system for important papers and dump the rest! You can pick up binders inexpensively at most dollar stores and even tab dividers if you want to have organization within each binder.
4.) Spray Paint Dollar Store Bins from The Country Chic Cottage
If you want pretty bins, but don’t want to pay a lot for them, just grab the right size bins from your dollar store and spray paint them to match the colors you want for your room. You can get each bin for $1 and then grab some spray paint which should cost $5 or less and you can have pretty organizing bins!
5.) Use Cabinet Shelves to Stack Items from Sweet Pennies from Heaven
There are many versions of stackable shelves and some can be quite expensive. My local dollar store carries the white wire version of this shelf and is only $1. You can do some serious organizing for $10 by buying 10 stackable shelves to double the room in your cabinets!
6.) Use Plastic Bins to Organize Drawers from Organize & Decorate Everything
I use these bins in most of the drawers in our bathrooms and they especially work good in junk drawers. You can sort just about anything in them! You can pick these up at Walmart very inexpensively!
7.) Organize Your Playroom Closet with Plastic Storage Bins
I’ve found somes inexpensive $1 plastic bins at my dollar store to store my kids loose playroom items in. From markers, to coloring books, to doll clothes, legos, matchbox cars, having a bin with a label keeps everything so much more organized. I think it’s important to have clear bins and use labels especially if your kids can read. If they can’t, draw or print a picture to put on the storage box.
8.) Use Canisters to Store Items from Sweet Pennies from Heaven
Store anything like granola bars, fruit snacks, flour, sugar, etc.in clear jars. They are pretty to look at and you can see what’s inside. My local dollar stores carry several different glass storage jars with lids so you can do a little makeover in your kitchen pantry with $10 worth of glass jars!
9.) Organize Hair Accessories in a Desk Tray from Yesterday on Tuesday
Desk trays are great for organizing desk supplies, but look how great they are for organizing hair accessories! Get your drawers organized with trays that have different compartments to keep everything in it’s place!
10.) Organize your Recipes in a Binder from Living Well Mom
This project includes FREE Printables to organize your recipes that you can print at home. Plus, with just a binder and sheet protectors you can get started on this easy project. Laminating is optional, but Living Well Mom highly recommends it!
11.) Organized Spray Paint from Hi Sugarplum!
Shoe Organizers come in so handy to store more than just shoes! These spray paint cans fit perfectly in this shoe organizer and can just hang in your garage on the wall! I’ve seen some other great ways to use those shoe organizers so you might need more than just one!
12.) Store Small Items in Ice Cube Trays from Yesterday On Tuesday
This ice cube tray is perfect for storing earrings! I can think of so many other great uses also! Grab a few ice cube trays at the dollar store and start sorting your small items!
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