Get those closets in tip top shape and ready for each and every day! Enjoy my free-for-you-printable Days of the Week Closet Dividers and this up close look at some of my recent kids closet organization.
Does this sound familiar to anyone else??
MOM: “Kids! Hurry, go get dressed for school! We are running super late . . . again.”
10 minutes later, an adorably cute and equally as frustrating child walks by . . . still in their pajamas.
MOM: “Why aren’t you dressed like I asked???!!!!”
STINKIN’-CUTE-AND-LOOKS-TOO-CUDDLY-TO-BE-MAD-AT-CHILD: “Because I don’t know what to wear”.
As much as I love to replay this scene over and over and over and over . . .
No more. They are all going to be dressed, ready, and so thoughtfully cleaning the breakfast dishes before mom can even say, “Kids! Hurry, go get dressed for school! We are running super late . . . again.”
Unlikely? Perhaps. But I’m giving them no more excuses with these darling and super handy closet dividers. It will only take a few minutes each Sunday night to stock their weekly wardrobe with them, and they will know exactly what to wear the next day.
Sometimes I’m brilliant.
If I could just figure out how to get them to practice their piano without nagging 50 times in the morning. Anyone got a printable for that??? 😉
I’ve designed these printables to be great for a him, her, little or big. So you can even help the hubby out with his wardrobe, if such situations are so dire 😉
I’d hate to make Mr. TIDBITS think he could be so pampered all the time, but it just might come to that!
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If you have a trusted printer at home, these will print out great on a standard US 8.5 x 11 paper. There are a few ways you can consider printing them for long term use.
At home, cardstock paper would be the best option on a standard printer. To make them even sturdier you could cut them out and laminate them. You could even go above and beyond and glue them to cut out cardboard from cereal boxes and they would be very sturdy.
I wanted to get the best color quality as possible, so decided to send these to the print shop. Most print shops these days will accept the files I will email you and they will print easily and be ready for pick up.
I asked my local print shop to give me the thickest and glossiest paper they had that I could still cut through with scissors.
I left it at that, and they work so great! I should have asked what paper that was exactly, but I’ll have to update my post if I find out. Sorry!
These closet dividers are now in each of my kids closets, and our mornings run much smoother. It also gives my mind a head start on when and if I need to get their laundry done (or how long I can actually procrastinate).
I also have a kids closet organization post, where I swing open the doors and show you how I corralled their wardrobes for beauty and function. I have to give a huge thanks to Joss & Main for partnering with me on this project, and making it possible for me to share simple ideas for closet organization.
I hope you make good use of these free closet divider printables, and thank you so much for visiting me today. Please tag me on Instagram or Facebook if you print and want to show me the dividers in action. I’ll be sure to share on @camitidits
*Please remember my free printables are for personal use only.
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