Wednesday, December 5, 2012

How to Make a Door Organizer Out of Paper and Video

I saw a door organizer made out of fabric and could not wait to recreate it using paper. The fun thing about this project is that it works for any season. All you do is change the paper! I would also like to thank Making Memories for the pocket idea. I modified the pockets, but was inspired by MM. Be sure to scroll down to see my video.


I made my door organizer with three pockets so I could add little notes, grocery lists, and to do items. I also made it large enough to hold envelopes and Christmas cards to help me remember to mail them.


For my door organizer, I used the Very Merry Christmas Collection from Echo Park and have it hanging on my front door. It is both cute and functional. This photo shows what is under the note cards.


I used the Crafty Christmas Stack from DCWV that I picked up at Michaels. Be sure to watch the video below for detailed directions on how to make these quick and easy organizers.



Thanks for visiting and have a great day!

16 comments:

snappy scrappy said...

Gorgeous!!Lee-Ann :)
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Olga said...

Great idea.

Crafting Katie said...

I LOVE this, Linda! Thanks for the great video tutorial! I'm always a little scared to watch your videos because EVERY TIME I leave needing to add something to my crafty wish list! I think I'll need to stop by Michael's on my way home today to pick up that stack!

Anonymous said...

Linda thanks for another great idea. Where did you get the tree and the Merry Christmas sticker on the last hanger? Sally

Linda Kaiser said...

Sally thanks for the question. The tree and the Merry Christmas are both cut outs from the Crafty Christmas Stack by DCWV. The stack comes with two pages of cut outs! Love it!

tndj said...

What a great idea. Love it and it will be so handy. Getting to work on it as soon as I get off here. Have to go to your blog for the measurements and then going to work on it. TFS

doodlingdebbie said...

Linda, this is a nice holiday project. We can all use a little more organization during this busy time of year. Thank you for the wonderful idea. I'm off to go work on making a cutting file of your terrific idea. Hugs, Debbie

Nadia (WithGlitteringEyes.com) said...

Fantastic project and perfect video. Thank you for this great tutorial!!

Linda Kaiser said...

Thanks Nadia... I love your latest project. Beautiful!!

Momof4inArlington said...

What a wonderful idea! I'm thinking I'll hang one from each of my children's doors. It will be perfect for tucking in their mail, notes, chore lists, etc. Their eyes are glazed over in the pursuit of after school snacks, so they never see anything posted on the refrigerator!

Grandma Nancy said...

I love this! What a cute Christmas present this will make!

Anonymous said...

I love it. You are so creative. Thanks for sharing the idea with the paper. Phyllis/fefelu

MelodyR aka Ry&MysMom said...

That is such a great idea! Thanks for the inspiration, as always, Linda!

Loly Borda-Towery said...

Thanks for sharing that wonderful idea. I love this project.

Pinky Papercraft said...

Great project Awesome.

Di said...

Linda great idea I am reorganizing my bathroom and walk in closet and I think I will make it without the door hole and hang it inside my medicine cabnet to hold my pharmacy and Dr. Cards I won't have to dig in my bottomless pit of a purse when I need them. thanks for the idea.

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