Last Updated on May 28, 2020
11. Budget-Friendly Drawer Dividers
Why spend the money when you probably have things around the house that will serve the purpose of drawer dividers without the added expense!? Get creative with things like silicone muffin liners, flat tupperware, an empty egg carton, or a shoe box lid. This way you can store all of your little odds and ends without losing them in the back of the drawer.
12. Egg Carton Storage
My family goes through a couple of egg cartons almost every week. Lately I’ve been buying the organic Eggland’s Best that come in those clear plastic containers. They are really sturdy and easy to clean — brilliant for storing some of my daughter’s small toys, like her Barbie accessories, pencil toppers, bouncy balls, jacks, etc. And, because they are made to keep a fragile egg from breaking, they are just perfect for storing your small Christmas ornaments, too!
13. DIY Christmas Ornament Storage
Here’s a cheap and easy way to store your fragile Christmas ornaments without the risk of them breaking! Glue plastic cups to cardboard, and then stack them in a storage bin. It will also keep the hooks from tangling. I know I’m guilty of piling my ornaments together in a box, and then dealing with the madness of separating them come next Christmas. Great solution!