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How to Make Your Own Mason Jar Organizer for Your Bathroom

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We don't know about you, but we are both always looking for ways to add more organization to each and every room in our home. And our bathrooms are spaces that can always use a little more organizing.

This mason jar organizer is the perfect way to corral all of your items and keep them out accessible when you're getting ready in your bathroom.

Plus this DIY is incredibly easy to do and anyone can tackle it!
Time: 30 Minutes Cost: $20 Difficulty: Medium
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  • mason jar organizer, mason jars, organizing, repurposing upcycling
You'll need a few supplies to get started including these mason jars and these hose clamps.
  • mason jar organizer, mason jars, organizing, repurposing upcycling
Check out the blog post for all of the details and the step-by-step tutorial to create your own mason jar organizer for your bathroom (or office...or kitchen) space!

To see more: http://thediyplaybook.com/2013/04/mason-jar-organizer.html

  • Evelyninezscott

    I think this would work with the white glass globes from an old light fixture I have in the garage somewhere. Thanks for the inspiration. I will paint the board to match my bathroom.

  • No1nananita

    AM INSPIRED with various ideas of recycling for needs, as mentioned...and will try once again to get close to your idea, maybe less complicated, with left over glass jars from foods of all sorts & shapes, in any room possible! Where there's a

  • No1nananita

    Just decided to fill more very large glass or plastic containers with years of shells for yard had been delaying, thanks to your idea for bottle markers in plants. Also, we have moles that tunnel for planting directly, & certain plants do not make

  • Pia

    ❥ this

  • Sandra Dunhill

    I have a shelving unit over my toilet that is framed in metal, so I created something similar to your idea using magnets and hanging jars. Here's a photo.

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