How to: Make This Easy DIY Refrigerator Organizer

By: Faith-towers Mar 24, 2015
How-To: Easy DIY Refrigerator Organizer
Photo: Faith Towers

I don't know about you, but I'll take all the help I can get in the organization department. And the refrigerator seemed like the perfect place for an organizational hub - the kitchen is where people tend to congregate, so it's the most logical place to keep lists, cards, etc. Click through to check out my full tutorial.   

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Roundup: 10 DIY Entryway and Mudroom Organizers

By: Matt allison Feb 20, 2013

created at: 02/20/2013

For most of us the entryway or mudroom is the first insight that guests have into our homes. While many choose function over form, there is no reason you can't have both.  

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How to: Make a Magnetic Organization Center

By: Craftmel Dec 28, 2011

created at: 12/27/2011

As wonderfully functional as scotch tape is, it just doesn't do it for me in the aesthetic department.  It didn't do much for Landee either, so she came up with her own solution to displaying calendars and child art.   Continue Reading

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7 DIY Jewelry Organizers to Make Yourself

By: Diy maven Aug 25, 2011

Kitchen grater turns into an earring holder.

A little turquoise spray paint, some brass hooks (for feet) and an old kitchen grater makes for a kitschy and cool earring holder. Unconventional, yes, but we LOVE unconventional earring/jewelry holders here at Curbly. A perusual into our coffers is evidence of such.

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How To: Make a Jewelry Organizer from a Secondhand Table

By: Chrisjob Sep 22, 2010

created at: 09/22/2010

Anyone who lives near a university or remembers their own college days can attest to the massive amounts of furniture that sit curbside during early summer. I happen to live near one of the country's biggest, which possesses a huge post-graduate population, and thus lots of transitions year round. On any given week, you can expect to find an entire room's worth of furnishing within a few blocks.

Of course, most of it is trashed and cheap laminate covered particleboard, but every once in a while, there are the gems. I found this foldable outdoor table (and the mirror in the photo next to it!) atop a pile of trashbags...with the price tag still on. It was a tiny bit bent, but no worries...I had other plans. Continue Reading

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Don't Forget! Keep Track of Your DIY Wishlists and Get a Chance to Win a $250 Visa Gift Card

By: Chrisjob May 12, 2010

created at: 04/15/2010Have a DIY or craft project that you could use an extra $250 to complete?

RightCliq by Visa is a sweet new shopping organizer that helps you keep track of your wishlists, compare models and prices, seek advice from others, and keep track of your purchases and shipping info.

It empowers you to make smarter DIY shopping decisions, hassle-free. It lets you organize your DIY wants, ping friends for advice, checkout faster on your fave sites and save your tracking info in one convenient place. They've asked the great group of DIY'ers at Curbly to help them perfect the tool and create something that actually helps streamline your research!


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How to turn an old crib spring into an office organizer.

By: Diy maven Oct 24, 2008

Maybe you have an old crib collecting dust, or maybe you see them all the time at tag sales. Whichever, this is a great way to give them new purpose: Turn them into office organizers.

To get your project started you’ll need:
an old crib spring
a metal saw
1" x 2" (These are needed if you are going to make your own frame, however, you could just as easily get your hands on an old, flat wooden frame and use that instead.)
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Make a Cereal Box Magazine Organizer.

By: Chrisjob Apr 14, 2008

I cringe everytime I put a cereal box in the recycling bin. Sure, it's better than tossing it in the trash, but there's such stiff yet pliable material in my hands, yet at that moment, I'm not clever enough to come up with a project for its re-use. Luckily, someone else is (though I bet it wasn't the mogul herself)...


  • Large, sturdy cereal box
  • Craft knife
  • Straight edge
  • Decorative paper
  • Spray adhesive
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