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21 September 2014

DIY Entry organizer

Since I moved to Belgium I had a brand new room to decorate, so one of the things I did for my new room that I've been absolutely loving was this entry organizer.

You will need
  • A frame
  • Washi tape / fabric / scrapbook paper
  • Ribbon
  • Glue or adhesive tape

I started off by removing cutting a piece of paper the same size than the inside of the frame and covered it with washi tape as I did for this tutorial. You could also use fabric or scrapbook paper.

I then cut and attached some pieces of ribbon. I used adhesive tape because it's all I had here, but I recommend you use the best glue you have. The ribbon should be as tight as possible.

Now place it back inside the frame and that's it! It's ready to hang by your door so you will never remember anything when leaving out!

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  1. this is such a gorgeous idea! your blog always had amazing ideas haha i could scroll through it all day! id love it if youd comment back http://www.amyelizabethfashion.com/2014/09/lfw-trend-show.html xx

  2. This is a great idea and looks so cute!

    Inês x


  3. This looks brilliant! It's so simple but looks lovely. I think I'm going to have to search through the thrift stores and find a nice cheap frame!

    Rachael at broomfie.blogspot.com

    1. Thank you! Make sure you show me if you try to make it! xx

  4. Oh that's such a fun little DIY project! And so much more creative than a row of hooks (although I DO love hooks!)

    Owl Girl | A London lifestyle blog

  5. Using a picture frame is such a great idea! Love how you can easily switch it up when you get bored of it! ;)

    Every Day In Grace


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