Closet Dividers

Closet dividers were one of the easiest and most helpful projects I did for C’s room. I was going through his closet today removing some of his small clothes (he is growing way too fast) and was putting away some closet dividers.  I started thinking about how everyone should really have these!  I am able to just pull his small set of clothes out and slide over the next.  Very easy and keeps things nice and organized!  I made his with a jungle theme since his room had “animal accents.”  The nice thing about these is they can be customized however you want and they are so easy.

DIY Closet Divider - Pink Oatmeal

What You Need

Rack Dividers/Disks (Affiliate)

Scrapbook Paper (whatever color/theme you would like)
Hot Glue Gun
Start by tracing the shape of the rack divider on the back of the scrapbook paper.  Trace it twice – one for each side of the divider.
I cut both sides out and made sure that they fit the rack divider.  I made any tweaks I needed to before gluing.
I used a hot glue gun to adhere the scrapbook paper to both sides of the rack divider.
Finally I added writing to the disc.  You can add any decoration your would like at this point  I just used a black sharpie! Easy peasy and ready to go for the closet.  They would make a really nice baby shower gift as well.

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7 thoughts on “Closet Dividers”

    1. If you click on the link that says Rack Divider (I added disk so it wasn’t so confusing!) it should lead you to them on Amazon. I bought them on Amazon.

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