Scarf season is upon us and this diy scarf organizer will have your scarves in order. For under $1, you can make this easy diy scarf holder.

Scarf season is upon us and this diy scarf organizer will have your scarves in order. For under $1, you can make this easy diy scarf holder.

diy scarf organizer

So, I recently discovered that I have A LOT of scarves! I just love adding a scarf to an outfit to add that little bit of extra wow.

I’m not the only one, am I? 😉 You can really dress up a plain shirt or outfit by adding an inexpensive scarf.

It is amazing how a scarf can transform something simple into something really special. Yet another reason I love scarves!

Since I love scarves so much, I decided that I would figure out how to make a scarf organizer. Well, I have so many scarves, that I was having trouble finding the right one.

I had some in a drawer, some on a shelf and some just sitting in a box. Crazy, I know, but that is where they were.

Obviously, this was not working and I was in desperate need of some serious organization. However, I also needed to stick to a budget.

Anyway, I needed to find a better way to organize my scarves and this is what I came up with…

Scarf season is upon us and this diy scarf organizer will have your scarves in order. For under $1, you can make this easy diy scarf holder.

How to make a Scarf Organizer for under $1!

Scarf season is upon us and this diy scarf organizer will have your scarves in order. For under $1, you can make this easy diy scarf holder.

Materials needed for hanging scarf hanger:

  • 2 Plastic Adult Hanger
  • 1 Package Plastic Shower Curtain Rings
Scarf season is upon us and this diy scarf organizer will have your scarves in order. For under $1, you can make this easy diy scarf holder.

Cost for this closet scarf organizer:

I bought the shower curtain rings from Dollar General – 12 for $1.25 and I used plastic hangers I had at home. So, all in all this cost me $1.25 to make 2 scarf hangers.

That is under $1 each! You seriously can’t beat that price and how simple and easy it is to make!

Scarf season is upon us and this diy scarf organizer will have your scarves in order. For under $1, you can make this easy diy scarf holder.

how to make a scarf holder:

Ok, are you ready? I’m sure you can figure this out just by looking at the pictures, but for those of you who like to follow directions, here you go:

  • Clip 6 shower curtain rings on each hanger. Easy!

how to hang scarves on a hanger

  • Fold scarves in half and slide through curtain ring. Wa-la! I told you this was super easy.
Scarf season is upon us and this diy scarf organizer will have your scarves in order. For under $1, you can make this easy diy scarf holder.

Now you may notice from the pictures that there are 7 rings on one hanger and 5 on the other. I decided to put my lighter scarves on one hanger and the darker scarves on the other, and that is how many I had. 😉

Scarf season is upon us and this diy scarf organizer will have your scarves in order. For under $1, you can make this easy diy scarf holder.

Side note: my curtain rings slide around my hanger a bit (though my scarves don’t fall off) so you could wrap a little pipe cleaner around the hanger in between the curtain rings if that bothers you.

Just make sure to not have any sharp or pointy ends exposed. You don’t want to snag a scarf!

Scarf season is upon us and this diy scarf organizer will have your scarves in order. For under $1, you can make this easy diy scarf holder.

The best part… it is inexpensive to start storing scarves and pashminas!

You are going to love this frugal idea. No need to buy an expensive storage solution or storage system when you can easily make this scarf hanger with shower curtain rings.

Scarf season is upon us and this diy scarf organizer will have your scarves in order. For under $1, you can make this easy diy scarf holder.

This is an easy and budget friendly scarf organizer that is perfect for your scarf display and scarf collection. Get creative with other scarf storage ideas such as pvc pipe and more.

If you want to learn how to organize winter scarves, try this trick too.

This is also a great way to organize winter scarves. If you have a separate area for winter gear, add a diy scarf organizer.

You will love being able to quickly and easily find what you need. This is great for the kids and turning that pile of scarves into something organized.

I am pretty certain you will love this so much that you will want to make one for your regular scarves and one for your winter scarves. They are so cheap to make, why not?!

Curious if this is a good deal? I found some scar organizers on amazon. Check them out:

 

So who is going to organize their scarves?

Get all of your scarves organized so you can easily find what you are looking for. It is so frustrating having your scarves all over and not finding the one you need.

It makes getting ready stressful and adds to the already hectic mornings. Just this simple idea will streamline your scarves and have you ready to wear all of your favorites.

We love ideas that work great and only take a few minutes to make. Plus, you can’t beat the price on this easy DIY scarf holder.

You might even have extra shower curtain hooks at home making this project even cheaper. It is so nice when you can shop your house first.

Scarf season is upon us and this diy scarf organizer will have your scarves in order. For under $1, you can make this easy diy scarf holder.

I try to always do that before heading to the store to see if I already have what I need. It really helps to cut down on clutter, keep our budget in check and saves time.

We love to re-purpose items and turn them into something new and fabulous. This is so fun and I always am impressed with what we come up with.

Get started today and let us know how your diy scarf organizer turns out. I think you are going to love it!

These are also perfect for children and you might want to make one for their closet to. I love to organize on a budget!

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  1. This is such a great idea. Currently I have all of mine hanging on one hook in the closet. As you can imagine it’s hard to find the one I want and to keep them all on that hook.