DIY Stylish Organizer Box

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DIY storage teacher organizer box

Isn’t this an adorable organizer box? Want to know how I made it? All you’ll need is a cereal box, paper (even construction paper will work!), scissors, and some tape!

DIY craft teacher storage

If you want to make your organizer box extra cute use your favorite scrapbook paper! The awesome thing about these organizers is that they are almost free and you can make them and size, color, and shape that you want! You can even color code them for different shelves, students, subjects, or anything else that you will need them for! I made my box to hold all of my tax receipts that I can claim for deductions at the end of the year as well as all of the business cards that I receive.

DIY craft teacher storage

Take your cereal box (any size!) and cut it in half. You can cut the cereal box equally in half or in a 1/3 – 2/3 ratio depending on what size(s) you want. Make sure both ends are closed and/or taped shut as they will be the bottom of your new organizer system.

DIY craft teacher storage

Tape or staple the two boxes together and then tape or paste your paper onto the outside and inside of the box. As you can see my boxes can be used standing upright or even laying flat on their side! You can also staple entire cereal boxes together and lay them on their side like shown above to store entire sheets of paper in them. It’s great for separating colors of construction paper or separating student assignments too!

DIY craft teacher storage

It’s as simple as that! You can experiment with different sizes, shapes, and designs to customize it exactly how you want it! You can use this same concept with cardboard boxes for toy storage and storage on shelving systems! Feel free to pin this and share it!

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