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If you don't know by now, I love to use closet organizer days of the week to organize the week's clothing. I'm about to show you another set I made for my child's closet. These Chalk Paint Days of the Week Clothing Organizers are super easy to make, and I only needed a few things to make them. Follow along and see how I made these cute button version week closet organizers.
Visit our other post that discusses how you can use these DIY button days of the week organizers besides just for clothing.
- Tools and things I used to make these Days of the Week Clothing Organizers
- How much did it cost to make these days of the week organizers?
- How long did making these chalk paint buttons for the Days of the Week Organizers take?
- How to make these cute Chalk paint button Days of the Week Clothing Organizers?
- The Days of the Week Clothing Organizer's big reveal
- Visit our other DIY Days of the week Clothing Organizers
Tools and things I used to make these Days of the Week Clothing Organizers
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Chalk paint tags from Michael's - not an affiliate link
Cricut Machine and weeding tools
A Cricut Vinyl sheet - ivory - Amazon Affiliate Link
Cricut Transfer tape - Amazon Affiliate Link
Glue gun - Amazon Affiliate Link
Glue gun sticks - clear - Amazon Affiliate Link
How much did it cost to make these days of the week organizers?
The cost was very minimal. They are a dollar a piece; I bought seven of them — $ 7.00. The buttons were purchased years ago in a variety of bags. So, I would say it cost me $7.00.
How long did making these chalk paint buttons for the Days of the Week Organizers take?
It only took me one hour to make these seven days of the week organizers. It can easily be made for kids to help them organize during the week.
How to make these cute Chalk paint button Days of the Week Clothing Organizers?
Step 1: Since the chalk paint tags were already painted with chalk paint, I turned to the Cricut machine and typed up the days of the week words. I needed to use just the shortened Days of the Week Clothing Organizer's letters to fit them on the tag. Make these words on your Circut machine on ivory vinyl.
Feel free to get the template here.
Step 2: Weed the excess ivory vinyl with the weeding tools .
Step 3: Using the transfer tape, cut a piece about ½ inch larger than the lettering. Using the scraping tool, add the transfer tape to the top of the letters. Then, peel off the notes slowly, lifting them one day at a time.
Step 4: Remove the transfer tape after pressing the letters on the chalk paint tags.
Step 5: Repeat this process for each day of the week.
Step 6: Add a hot gun, dab on the chalk paint tag, and place the button over top of it. Do this with all the titles. Add one button to all the tags above the right-hand side of the word.
Tip: Be sure to add a dab of hot glue to the rope in the back to keep the rope in place. This will keep the robe from turning on the hangers or wherever else you use them.
The Days of the Week Clothing Organizer's big reveal
Well, there you have it. Cool right? They are so cute to use. I also added them to my closet for an extra week of outfits. It is also handy when you are planning your vacation travel clothing. Would you make this for yourself?
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