Inexpensive organizing solutions can seem hard to find if you go to the trendy stores, but I know where you can find some cheaper storage alternatives. This weekend I stopped by the dollar store for fun organizing ideas. I usually go to the 99 Cent store or Dollar Tree because those are the closest dollar stores for me. The dollar bins at Target are also a great source for inexpensive organization products.
Inexpensive Organizing Solutions
These colorful little buckets are the perfect size to hold mittens, pens, and note cards. At a dollar a piece you can also decorate these with some cute labels and group them together. No one will know your thrifty secret. These are also perfect to hold spare change and keys.
These are not only great for pencils, pens and markers. They are also great containers for nail polish, chalk, thread and craft tape. They are stackable and light weight. You can store jewelry and accesories in these as well.
I just loved these pretty spring colored mason jars. I thought about painting my own, but they have saved me the time by already being tinted and look how pretty they are!
These are great decoratively for flowers and drinks, but they are also and perfect for storing things like beads, cupcake liners, spare change, nails, pens and snacks.
These are not only for napkins. They are perfect for holding note pads, letters and photos. They are also great to hold mail, bills and envelopes.
These cute platters are so nice to pull together items so that they are not scattered around. Placing several containers on platters groups them, allowing for a home for things such as keys, wallets or spare change.
Oh and these cute moustache mugs make great holders too! You can store pens, markers, scissors and craft supplies in these.
These were just a few great cheap containers to declutter your desk or home office. I have a few more ideas from dollar store items coming up over the next few months, so be sure to follow along. I would love to hear about your dollar store organizing solutions too! What cheap organizing solutions have you found for a dollar?
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