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Momgyver: Carton box Shoe Organizer Project

Hello Gorgeous Reader!

Have you ever experienced a "shoexplosion"? You know, that explosion of shoes your kids make inside the shoe cabinet. Well, I have an easy, cost-free solution.

I just want to share with you a very simple 'one-afternoon' project that you can do while the kids are asleep. It's also more of a recycling project that doesn't need any expensive materials.

Start with milk carton boxes.

Cut the boxes in half horizontally.

Then line the peices up and stick them together with hot glue.

Finally wrap it with a cute gift wrap paper or any large paper that's available at home. You can even wrap it with plastic cover after.

Now, your children's shoes are organized and easy to find. (Plus! It saves a lot of cabinet space.)

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