Organize your baby's outgrown clothes for storage and reuse in the future

This mom's smart storage idea is so simple, you'll be surprised you didn't think of it sooner!

Need to find a piece of furniture like this at a thrift store and DIY it

10 DIY Solutions for Bedrooms Without Closets

1. Lay the onesie flat. 2. fold the sleeves to make your first rectangle. 3. Fold in half. 4 and 5: Roll up or fold into a smaller rectangle for storage.

KonMari Method for Folding Baby Clothes, Onesies, Sweaters, Pants, Overalls. Clearing closet space for baby. Magical Adventure Continued!

1. Lay the onesie flat. 2. fold the sleeves to make your first rectangle. 3. Fold in half. 4 and 5: Roll up or fold into a smaller rectangle for storage.

This blogger used this for storage of baby blankets but I'm thinking it would be perfect for fabric storage. AND I already have one that we don't use.

This blogger used this for storage of baby blankets but I'm thinking it would be perfect for fabric storage. AND I already have one that we don't use.

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