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Weekly Wardrobe

Weekly Wardrobe

by Roxi Phillips

Set yourself and your family up for a smooth organized week with this Monday through Friday wardrobe organizer.

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3 hours plus drying time


  • Masking tape and paper
  • Personal die-cut machine
  • Craft scissors
  • Iron: dry
  • Sewing needle and thread
  • Small box to fit compartment

Note: Most wardrobe organizers have six compartments. The bottom section could be cut away, or neatly folded up onto above section and hand-stitched in place, or left on as extra storage.

  1. Using freezer paper and die-cut machine, cut letter stencils to fit the side of each compartment.

    (Note: Adhesive-backed vinyl may be used in place of freezer paper.)

  2. Lay organizer on its side. Insert a box into the first compartment; it should fit tightly so canvas will lay flat and be supported completely.
  3. Position appropriate letter stencil and press into place with a dry iron.
  4. Cover all areas of organizer that will not be painted with masking paper and tape.
  5. Spray paint with one of the ColorMaster® colors. Allow to dry completely.
  6. Remove all masking and box. Repeat steps 2-5 with each section.
  7. With Short Cuts® Paint Pen in Gloss White, outline each letter.

Weekly Wardrobe was designed by Roxi Phillips.

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