Good news! Emma should be here no later than a week from Monday! Which would only be 3 days before my due date, but it is better than waiting another 3 days. Hopefully, she will decide to come next week instead. We would be A-OKAY with that!
Go to Container Store (at least that is where I went!) and get as many dividers as you want. They were $.99, so this is really all you will spend money on. I got 5 because I didn’t think I would even need all 5, but it sounded like a good amount! You also need scrapbook paper and Zots. I am sure all of you crafter have this. You could use any other kind of adhesive, but I thought Zots worked really well.
The first thing I did was trace one of the dividers onto computer paper and cut it out. Then, I taped it to the actual divider and traced the inside lip on the paper. I wanted the white to show a little but that is completely up to you. After I cut it out to the right size I glued it to a a spare piece of cardstock and cut it out. I wanted my template more sturdy so that I can use this again for baby shower gifts for friends.
Now all you have to do is trace your template onto all the scrapbook papers that you wanted. I did 10 pages so I would have enough for the front and backs of the dividers. I can use them on either side of the closet! After you trace, you cut… duh! This was the longest process, which should show you that this is a very easy and quick project.
With your Zots (or whatever you are using) glue the cut outs to the front and back of the dividers. And, done!!!
I actually inked all the edges in light pink. Not sure why but I did.
And, here they are in Emma’s closet!!!
All in all this was a super easy and cheap project! Took me an hour total and cost me less than $6. That, I can handle!