Medicine Cabinet Organization.

The first spring cleaning project I decided to tackle was my medicine cabinet. It’s a great project to start with because you can clean it out and organize within an hour. I’ve always just thrown everything haphazardly into a little basket I had in there and then I could never find a hair tie when I needed one or there was toothpaste all over everything. So I cleaned it out…
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Before & After.
Here are a few tips:
-Take everything out and give it a thorough cleaning.
-Throw out things that you don’t use!
-Find a different place for things that you don’t use regularly. We have another drawer in our bathroom for things like bandaids, extra toothbrushes, etc. so I put some items that I don’t use often in there.
-Find some small jars to help organize. If you have a metal back to your medicine cabinet buy some magnets to help with storage. (See DIY floral magnets down below.)
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What you’ll need:
Magnets, fabric, ModPodge, scissors, pencil, and a paintbrush.

How to do it:
Trace magnet on back side of fabric. Cut out the magnet shape. Use ModPodge to stick fabric on the magnet. Done!
*For the vintage spool, I just hotglued a magnet to the back. It works perfectly for hair ties.
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Get cleaning!
Caitlin

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9 thoughts on “Medicine Cabinet Organization.

  1. avatarRose Powell

    Love these, how creative and easy to make! LOVE THAT! Need to find out where to score some of those magnets, haven’t worked with fabric yet, but I’ve been wanting to, so this will be a great start!

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