I've been seeing these closet size organizers all over pinterest lately. The first time I saw it done by Ashley Ann I saved the idea on my computer. Then, once pinterest came along I added it to my DIY board. This is such a great idea for organizing baby's clothes. It's a very simple project and only takes about 30 minutes to make all of them.
Here's what you need:-scrapbook paper
-scrapbook letter/number stickers
-"O" wooden craft letters
Step 1: First, you will trace one of the wooden "O" letters onto your scrapbook paper. I went ahead and traced all of them at once onto the different sheets of paper that I wanted to use. I made 4, but have decided I still need 3 more: 6 months, 9 months and 12 months.
Step 2: Once I traced all of the "O" letters onto the scrapbook paper, I cut them out and painted each of them with a coordinating color of craft paint. This step is optional if you don't want them to have wood showing. Craft paint dries pretty quickly so I waited a few minutes and was able to move on.
Step 3: Once the craft paint is dry, you can glue the scrapbook paper onto the wooden "O" using Mod Podge and a paint brush.
Step 4: Once the scrapbook paper is glued to the "O", you can take your x-acto knife and trim the edges so that they are clean.
Step 5: The last thing to do now is figure out what sizes you need and attach that letters/numbers to the outside of the "O".
There you go! Now you have some cute clothing size organizers for your baby/child's closet! I made these for Noah's wardrobe that I'm hoping to have done this week. I'll show you the inside of his "organized" wardrobe along with the rest of the nursery THIS week!