When it comes to my kid’s wardrobes, they have clothes not only in their current size but in bigger sizes too, especially my 2 year old. Picking out clothes at times, involve looking for the label for the size. So to eliminate that extra time spent, I decided to make some wardrobe tags for them (well me), that will help organize clothes by age group.
Wardrobe tags are a fun, cheap, easy project and not to mention so satisfying when you open the wardrobe!
To get started, you need:
- Empty cereal box
- Old Cd
- Top of a spice bottle (circle)
- Construction paper or any paper that you like the pattern
- Using the Cd trace a circle on the cereal box and 2 circles on your paper. Cut them out.
- Glue the paper to the cut out cereal box, on both sides.
- Trace the smaller circle (top of a spice bottle), in the centre of the bigger circle and Cut it out (remember to make a slit on the bigger circle, so the tag can get on the rod of the wardrobe)
- Use a label printer or use a marker to label the wardrobe tags, with the age group you need.
0-3 months 3-4 T
3-6 months 4-5 T
6-9 months 5-6 T etc.
9-12 months etc
Voila, all done!