Mom, where are my pants? I don’t like that shirt. Silly, undies first, then pants. 🙂
But I have some good news!
save time while getting dressed
Yep…that’s how I roll! 🙂
(Please note: the letters will need to be mirrored when you print them!)
Then it was time to place the fabric transfer paper into the printer.
Place the paper line side up so the letters print on the plain, unmarked side.
After I printed them all out, I cut them out.
I placed the sweater cubby on top of my ironing board
and then placed the letter inside, image side down.
After I had a little trouble with the first letter I realized that I needed
to iron on a hard surface, so I grabbed a wood cutting
board and placed that on top of the ironing board and then the sweater
organizer on top of that. Hope that makes sense.
I repeated this step until the letter was completely attached to cubby fabric.
Double check edges, they can be tricky.
The last step was to remove the transfer backing and reveal my letters.
I couldn’t wait to hang it in little man’s closet and try it out.
Some of the letters have jagged edges because they didn’t transfer completely.
I guess that is technically an oops.
But I actually like that…I think it added a little character. 🙂
The little two-step fits perfectly in the closet
and now he can easily reach his clothes, Monday through Friday.
The only item I had to buy for this project was the fabric transfer paper.
I used a 40% off coupon at Hobby Lobby and paid a total of $3.48 for this new organizer.
I have a feeling though that the amount of time and stress this organizer
saves us each morning will make it totally priceless!
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