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Cereal Box Drawer Dividers

Cereal Box Drawer Dividers
I am a huge fan of an organized drawer. Something about being able to see all my pens in one place just really makes me happy. Seriously, there is nothing worse than digging through a junk drawer trying to find something I need. These cereal box drawer dividers would be the perfect fix to my cluttered drawer woes. While Jen didn’t use Mod Podge, you could to make them very sturdy. Her tutorial explains how to put them together – then you’ll just put a coat of Mod Podge on the top (you can also adhere the paper that way). Cereal box drawer dividers at IHeart Organizing

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