5 Simple Ways To Organize Your Scarves | Dollar Tree Hacks

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If you’re like me and have a collection of scarves, knowing how to organize and store them can be a bit challenging. In this tutorial, I am going to show you 5 simple and INEXPENSIVE ways to organize all your scarves.

My scarves used to just end up wadded together in a wicker basket. They got all tangled and wrinkled and it was hard to find what I was looking for. I have tried several ways to hang, fold and store my scarves, and these 5 techniques seemed to be the most practical and effective.

What I love about these DIY organizing projects is that you can get the supplies at Dollar Tree or you may already have these items already in your home.

1-Shower Curtain Ring Scarves Hanger

I really like this method because

  • It takes up less space in your closet
  • You don’t have to have wall space to hang it
  • The materials and items to make it are inexpensive and accessable
  • If you have a lot of scarves, you can hang multiple filled hangers next to each other
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Instructions:

  • Apply the shower curtain rings to the hanger (I find 12 per hanger is a good amount).
  • Thread the end of the scarves into the rings and hang so the ring is in the middle of the scarf. **If your scarves are extra long, fold them in half first.

2-Plastic Cups Scarves Organizer

Now, this is as simple as you can get, and it is very cost-effective. Once again, you can pick up a bag of BIG plastic cups at the dollar store. The only drawback to this method is it does take drawer space. You could put the cups inside a short box as well.

What you’ll need:

  • Large plastic cups
  • Drawer or box to put them in
  • Tape to adhere the cups to the drawer (masking tape or duct tape)

Instructions:

READ THE FULL BLOG POST FROM ORGANIZING JUNKIE HERE

  • Apply some rolled tape to the bottom of the cups. This will help keep the cups from shifting around and tipping over in the drawer.
  • Arrange the cups inside a drawer or box. Fold the scarves lengthwise first and then roll them up and place them in the cups. (One scarf per cup)

3-Shower Ring Grid Scarves Holder

This is another inexpensive method and space-saving method.  You can make multiples and hang them in your closet next to each other if you have a lot of scarves.

What you’ll need:

  • 10 shower curtain rings
  • 1 pants hanger
  • Acrylic paint (optional)
  • Sponge brush
  • Painter’s tape
  • E-6000 glue or a Gorilla glue that dries clear
  • Super glue
  • Wax paper

Instructions:

READ THE BLOG POST FROM SPARK & CHEMISTRY HERE

4-Towel Rod Scarves Holder

This is another simple method; however you will need wall space to hang it, and you can’t fit as many scarves on the rack as the others.

What you’ll need:

  • Wooden towel bar
  • White spray paint
  • Level
  • Pencil
  • Electric drill/screwdriver
  • Wall anchors

Instructions: READ THE BLOG POST FROM THE CHRONICLES OF HOME HERE

5-PVC Piping Scarves Organizer

This method is similar to the plastic cup method, but a little more durable and sturdy. It does take some more time and a little more money unless you have some PVC pipe kicking around. You will need access to a saw.

What you’ll need:        

  • PVC cut to the height

Instructions: READ THE BLOG POST FROM BETTER HOMES & GARDENS HERE

Have fun getting organized!

jan3

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Jan Howell

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Whether it’s a new recipe, a fun craft, or some handy tips for your garden and home, I hope to empower and inspire you with skills that you can use to create joy, improved health, and to do it in a simple way.

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