Picture of Cabinet Door Pockets
These pockets are made especially for cabinet doors but they can also be hung on a wall if you prefer.
You can use it as an organizer for postcards, letters, bills, menus, etc. I bet that everybody has paper mess somewhere...this is the right place to organize and hide it!

Step 1: What you need:

  • big plastic bag
  • wadding
  • glue stick / super glue / double-sided tape
  • scissors / cutter
  • ruler
  • pencil
For the decoration:
  • trimmings
  • strings
Eacon1 year ago
Very neat idea!
It occured to me that you could sew the pieces together instead of glueing. It's just as fast if you have a sewing machine and there's no need for super glue or tape trimming.
lindarose92 (author)  Eacon1 year ago
Oh yes, definitely! And I guess it's even safer that way :)
I didn't think about it at the time because I'm pretty bad at sewing...I'm starting to learn it a bit now but the sewing machine and I still don't get along very well :D
Good luck learning!
I personally find it a very useful skill to have, be it in mending clothes and adjusting things you found at the thrift shop, or upcycling all kinds of stuff. I especially enjoy sewing non-fabrics like plastics, inner tire tubing and paper. The internet is always a great source of information and inspiration :)
lindarose92 (author)  Eacon1 year ago
Thank you! :)
Right now I can sew by hand pretty well, it's the sewing machine that gives me problems...I can't go straight, everything curls up and sometimes the thread is sewn very badly. I think this last one is the sewing machine's problem, since the one I have is quite old. I need some more patience but I really want to learn! :)
katerlyn2 years ago
i knew i should not have believed everyone and threw that old carpeting pad when we tiled the floors!
lindarose92 (author)  katerlyn2 years ago
The same happens to me all the time! It's really frustrating...
Tonight I stumbled upon some carpet padding I had NOT thrown out. 8-)
That is so cool! A good up cycle for my plastic bags and cool DIY storage at the same time! Awesome! I may even use dryer lint or old fabric for the wadding... Hmm... Thanks!
lindarose92 (author)  domesticdiva2 years ago
Yes! I believe that we can upcycle anything :)
ChrysN2 years ago
Great looking organizer!
lindarose92 (author)  ChrysN2 years ago
I am so glad you like it! :)