After summer vacation, it’s time for children to return to school. For some, picking out new supplies at the store is the most exciting part of that moment. However, we think that it’s even better to customize our belongings. That way, you can show off your distinct personality and have one-of-a-kind items. Since we know how important that is for kids, we’ve decided to compile some DIY projects that will help any child to stand out from the rest and get an A+ on being creative. There are ideas for all skill levels on this list, and most of them can be achieved with things we all have at home. So, let’s take a look at them and get hands down to work.
Turn cups and bowls into micro-organizers for your junk drawer
In most houses, you can find at least one junk drawer. For most of us, it’s essential to have a place to store small items and stationery. Unfortunately, we pay little attention to this storage space and often leave it untidy.
Still, it doesn’t have to be like that. If you own a bunch of plastic plates, cups, and bowls that you never use, you can repurpose them as micro-organizers for your junk drawer. We assure you that finding what you need will be much easier with this trick.