DIY Baby Closet Dividers Tutorial – Easy!

 

Keeping baby’s clothes organized is made easy when you have a set of closet dividers. In this tutorial, we will teach you how to make your own! So let’s get started.

DIY Baby Closet Dividers

Things You’ll Need:

  1. CD (Preferably one that you don’t mind getting a little scratched)
  2. Scrapbooking Paper (7 Sheets)
  3. Scissors
  4. Pen/Pencil
  5. Mod Podge
  6. Stickers
  7. Thick Sketch Paper
  8. Paint Brush
  9. Ruler
  10. Bottle Cap

Step One: Take your pieces of scrapbook paper, and flip them over on your work surface so that the backs are facing up. Then, using an old CD you don’t mind getting scratched, trace some circles. You can trace as many as you like, but make sure you at least get two circles per one sheet of scrapbook paper. Once you have 14 circles drawn, cut these out.

Step Two: Once you have your 14 pieces cut out, they should resemble the circles in the above image. I cut out two circles per one piece of paper, and therefore got 7 pairs of each design.

Next, grab some thick paper. I chose to use some sketch paper I had. Trace your CD seven more times, and then cut these out. You want to match each pair of designed circles with one thicker circle.

Pull up your Mod Podge. Lightly coat the white circle with a layer of glue and then place one of the designed pieces on top of it. Repeat on the other side. Do this for all 7 pairs, and allow them to dry.

Step Three: If you find that your pieces aren’t exactly even, like in the above image, trim them up a little bit until they are.

Take a bottle cap (make sure it’s bigger around than the closet rod you plan to hang your baby closet dividers on) and place it directly in the middle of each circle. Trace this with PENCIL.

Once you have a circle drawn in the middle, take a ruler and position it so that it is in the middle as well. As shown in the above photograph, make a small line (again, in pencil) on one half.

Now, you will want to cut across the line, and then remove the circle that you have traced with the bottle cap. Erase any leftover pencil marks.

Step Four: Last step, and then you have some beautiful baby closet dividers!  Grab your stickers, and label each divider. You will want 7: Newborn, 0-3 Months, 6 Months, 9 Months, 12 Months, 18 Months, and lastly, 24 months.

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