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Pot Holder Organizer with Plastic Baggies

This Simple Organizer with Plastic Baggies is a versatile and efficient storage solution designed to help you declutter and organize your space. By using plastic baggies, you can easily categorize and separate various items, making it easier to find what you need when you need it. This system works well for small items like craft supplies, office stationery, or even pantry goods. To maximize its effectiveness, label each baggie with its contents and store them in a designated organizer or container. This simple yet effective method will not only save you time and energy but also contribute to a more organized and visually appealing environment.

Here’s what you will need:

One square pot holder

Small sized plastic baggies

Ribbon and button

Paper clips

I used 5 plastic baggies on each side. You can use more if you wish. First, start off by paper clipping the baggies together so they don’t slide around when you are pinning them in place.

Pin your baggies in place. The bottom end of the baggies will overlap the center of the pot holder so that the top ends of the baggies are lined about 1/4 inches away from the edge of the pot holder.

Next, Pin the other set of baggies in place. They will overlap the other set of baggies in the center.

Fold the pot holder in half to find the center and sew the baggies in place right down the center.

Sew a decorative ribbon over the stitches and around the front side of the pot holder. Fold the end of the ribbon down about 1/4 inch so the raw edge of the ribbon does not show. Use the loop on the pot holder as your closure and sew a button on the front side so you can close the pot holder wrapping the closure around the button.

Fill it with your favorite things!



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