Whether you call them days closet dividers, closet dividers, Monday through Friday clothing organizers, or anything else, these little day-of-the-week closet dividers are so useful to help you manage your daily clothing. I am going to show you how I made these in just an hour of your time.
What inspired me to make these days of the week closet dividers tags?
I love these little signs to help me organize my weekly clothing. This also helped my kids when they were younger do the same thing so they didn't have to spend too much time during the week deciding on what to wear.
Who can use these clothing dividers?
Anyone can use these dividers. Moms can use them to save time during the morning. Dad can use them to organize their in-office meeting outfits. These are great for moms to set up outfits for their babies so anyone can dress them in the morning. Kids can use them to make up their own kids' outfits for the week on Sunday. Teens can keep outfits together that they want to wear. Basically, anyone who wants to save time in the morning can use these easy-to-make nifty little days of the week signs.
Why should I use Day of the Week Closet Dividers?
They will help you keep your clothing organized by outfit and make your morning feel calmer and relaxed.
Why should I make these days of the week closet dividers?
There are many reasons to use these cute DIY Days of the week closet dividers. Here are some reasons.
- It will save you time in the morning.
- You can see what you plan on wearing for different activities.
- You will not forget that you wore something.
- They are easy to make and quick to make if you have the right tools.
- Plus, they look cute on the hangers. =)
Now, let me show you how I made these cute little signs.
Supplies used to make these "day of the week" closet dividers
This supply list is short. I did not need a lot of stuff. The links below are the Amazon. If you click through and buy something I will receive a small referral fee. Happy shopping.
- Premade Assorted Novelty Spring Wall Sign by Ashland® in yellow I found at Michaels in their clearance section. (no affiliate)
- Cricut semi-permanent Black and white pattern vinyl sheet
- Cricut semi-permanent Black vinyl sheet
- Tape measure
- Paper cutter
- A Cricut Explore Air 2 and weeder tool
- Cricut Transfer Tape
How did I make these Day of the Week Closet Dividers?
Here is what the before picture looked like. They were made by Assorted Novelty Spring Wall Sign by Ashland® and I found them in the clearance section at Michaels.
I repurposed these items to make these clothing signs to help me get organized. They are cute the way they are but I wanted to make them more useful. Follow along and check out the easy steps.
Step 1: Using a tape measure, measure the inside of the predesigned square labels. These measured 2 ¼ x 3 inches and cut 7 - black and white vinyl sheet rectangular shapes.
Step 2: Remove the back of the vinyl sheets and adhere them to each of the insides to cover the previously printed "Berries" sign. This step will cover the center completely to create a brand new look.
Step 3: Cut out the Monday through Sunday labels from the Cricut machine. I used black vinyl.
I used Copper Black font, which you can find on most Windows computers. The letters worked better because they were fatter and easier to read on the black and white pattern background. Feel free to check it out here if you want to make it on your Cricut machine.
Step 4: Weed the excess paper and, using the transfer tape. Press down to lift up the days of the week words. One by one, add one word to each spring sign. I made sure to center it on them.
Press firmly and remove the transfer tape.
Step 5: Now, change and place over your outfits to make for an easy morning routine.
How much did it cost to make these closet dividers?
The cost was minimal. I found these in Michael's clearance section at the nearby store. The price was $2.00 each and I bought 7 of them. So it cost a total of $14.00. All the other supplies and tools I had in my home.
How else can I use these days of the week closet dividers?
If you don't want to use them for clothing or in your closet, they can easily be used for several things in your home. Here are some ways you can use these throughout the house.
- Use these signs to organize your papers. You can add these to magnet clips because they have a rope and can clip the needed documents to that day of the week.
- Use these dividers to organize kids' sports gear. Hang the signs in front of the hooked items in a mud room, so the kids know what to bring on which day.
- Add to a meal planning board. You can add these hanging signs to your meal planning markerboard or chalkboard for a cute way to share what the meals will be that week.
I hope this inspires you to make weekday signs to get you and your family organized in the morning! I did another repurposing project day of the week clothing sign project some time again; you can check out here week-day clothing organizers.
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