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4/15/13

DIY: Baseball Cap Organizer

My husband has a TON of baseball caps and he tends to bring promotional caps home from work, so his collection is constantly growing! In order to keep my apartment from being taken over by caps, it was high time I tame his collection.

I found a clever solution on Pinterest that used shower curtain c-hooks, but the majority my husband's caps are fitted so I needed to find another way to organize his caps. I had several book rings in my desk, so I decided to combine them with leftover clothes pins from my tack project. Since I already had everything on hand, this project was FREE! Besides the amazing price, I love that my husband has no more excuses because all of his hats are in one place and they are super easy to take out and put back! No more hats falling on my head when I open the entry closet!!

How To:
1) Gather supplies
2) Place clothespin in a vice and drill straight through both sides.
3) Open book rings, thread clothespins and attach to hanger.
4) Use clothespins to organize those caps!

Tip: Make sure to drill the hole low enough so you can easily open the clothespin.

Total time: around 30 minutes
Total cost: under $10
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4 comments:

  1. Great idea to tame that pile of caps in our coat closet! thanks so much for linking on Busy Monday!

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  2. Wow! This is a creative solution. My husband loves hats, but typically not baseball hats. He likes fedoras and the like, I still haven't found a solution for those, but I am cleaning out our coat closet today, so maybe inspiration will hit me!
    Leah @ Simple.Home.Blessings.

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    1. Hi Leah! My husband also has several fedoras and they live on the top shelf of our closet inside hat boxes, which I picked up on clearance for practically nothing. The boxes work well to keep the hats dust-free, but they also stack nicely and don’t take up much room.

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  3. WHAT A GREAT IDEA! Love your blog. New follower from The Things I Love!!

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