Organizing a home is a necessity. But even the most necessary organization tools can get to be a bit expensive. Fortunately, we have figured out 9 ways you can turn cereal boxes (yes, this includes that empty Captain Crunch box) into great do it yourself organization tools.
Use washi tape to decorate and personalize your cereal boxes. Cut your desired shape out of the box, and then tape away. Not only does the tape add a really cute and decorative touch, but it also helps to reinforce the boxes. Use cereal boxes as a way to organize the mail and clutter on your counter tops.
Mini cereal boxes make the perfect sized boxes to store office supplies. Use scrap booking paper to personalize the boxes, and store your pens and pencils.
If your purse could use a little organization, try this incredible DIY purse organization tutorial from Fresh Crush. Wouldn’t it be nice to know exactly where your phone is?
Organize children’s books using duct tape and old cereal boxes. Perfect for a classroom!
Magazines can be the hardest thing to organize. They’re flimsy, and don’t stack well! Cut your desired shape out of the box and use scrap booking paper to add a cute uniform touch. Perfect for counter tops, bookshelves, or desks.
Organize your office drawers with this absolutely amazing DIY drawer organizer from I Heart Organizing.
If you love to write letters, this organizer could be exactly what your desk needs. Turn a cereal box into a storage container perfect for your letter writing supplies. Tutorial from KatyDid and Kid.
Pantry organization is a breeze! Use cereal boxes to store spices, drink mixes, and other tricky to store food items. Cut the boxes down to your desired size, and cover with some paper to make things look more uniform.
Upcycle an old cereal box and turn it into a magnetic paper bin. Hang on your refrigerator to store important papers.Tutorial from Soho Sonnet.