Asked on Jul 02, 2019

How can I make a bill holder for my monthly bills?

Dorothy
by Dorothy
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  • Janice Janice on Jul 02, 2019

    Hi Dorothy, you can create whatever size container you'd like by disassembling a large cardboard box and using the materials for the holder. Here's a video, but you don't have to do the intricate weaving design they show. Just paint or use contact paper and trim it up to fit your decor and what you would enjoy seeing everyday.

    Hope this helps you see what I mean. You could even make a few dividers in it if you like or make it deeper or change it up in so many different ways.

    . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPAT8znf7bE

  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Jul 02, 2019

    Hello Dorothy, Decorate a clothes peg or use a bulldog clip. Cover a shoebox with wrapping paper etc. Buy a letter rack!


  • Pat Pat on Jul 02, 2019

    I always put my bills in a file folder and pay them once a month. The folder is in the bottom drawer of my desk, it front in a red folder. If you have an empty drawer, that would work also.

  • Cheryl A Cheryl A on Jul 02, 2019

    I bought a cheap plastic folder that has like file pockets in it and labeled the type bill like credit cards, utility bills, mortgage, etc and also have one I use for credit or debit card slips here is what they look like - they have them at walmart and dollar tree


  • Cheryl A Cheryl A on Jul 02, 2019

    click on the photo to enlarge it

  • I found an old mail holder at the thrift store, painted it and then decoupaged a pretty pattern on that matched my kitchen.

  • Pat Pat on Feb 28, 2022

    I put bills to pay in a large file folder. Mine is blue and I keep it on a shelf near my desk. If you have a desk drawer, put the file folder in front. If you rather put a wire basket on your desk or shelf to keep your monthly bills in, you will find it is Just gathering them in one spot, that makes it so much easier to pay.