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8 Ways to Get Organized in 2013 (plus our organization challenge winner!)

17 January 2013 33,453 views One Comment

by rhonda

 8 Ways to get organized with dollar store stuff! DollarStoreCrafts.com

After much deliberation, it's finally time to announce the winner of our organization challenge sponsored by Dollar Tree!  Only one person walks away with a $100 gift card prize, but everyone wins in this situation because you gave us an amazing list of organizing ideas to share with the world!  Covering every area of the house, our readers have provided a wide array of solutions to help in situations of all kinds!

Meet Our Guest Judge

Becky BarnfeatherBecky, of Organizing Made Fun, is a forty-something work at home mom of two kids. For her, organizing is all about fun and helping to motivate and inspire women to get their homes and lives organized! Her favorite way to organize is using ordinary things to organize with or finding cheap ways to get organized. If you're looking for motivation and inspiration, she's your girl!

Her blog is full of all kinds of great organizational ideas that you can implement with dollar store materials.  Check out some of our favorites:

11 ways to organize on the back of a door

[11 Ways to Organize on the Back of a Door]

Toy organization for toddlers

 [Toy Organization for Toddlers]

Lunch box storage

[Lunchbox Cupboard]

Organization Challenge Top Picks

5.  Rag Basket

Rag basket

[Rag Basket by Just Make It]

4.  Thrifty Storage Ideas

Thrifty Storage Ideas

[Thrifty Storage Ideas by Sue's Sentiments]

3.  $6 Linen Closet Makeover

$6 Linen Closet Makeover

[$6 Linen Closet Makeover by seven thirty three]

2. Dollar Store Organization Board

Dollar Store Organization Board

[Dollar Store Organization Board by Better Together]

And The Winner Is...

1.  Basket Tree

DIY Basket Tree

[Basket Tree by Jeremy]

Talk about a great idea!  Father of two Jeremy shared this idea via the DSC Community.  He used a few dollar store laundry baskets and a wooden frame to build vertical toy storage.  Not only is it an attractive storage piece, it also allows for a lot of stuff to be kept in a small area.  Too many toys in a tiny bedroom or cluttering a cramped apartment?  No longer a problem!

Congratulations to Jeremy, who wins a $100 Dollar Tree gift card, and thank you to everyone who stopped by to link up an entry!  Keep your eyes open for more great organizational ideas coming soon - make 2013 the year of no clutter!

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One Comment »

  • Stephanie said:

    The link for Sue’s Sentiments doesn’t go anywhere.

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