How to Organize Baby Clothes

Post to Twitter .

Update added August 6, 2013

If you’re coming from Pinterest, welcome! I didn’t expect this post to get so much traffic when I originally wrote it. I also didn’t expect the number of emails on a daily basis requesting these printable labels. I have tried to keep up with the requests, but with so many custom needs (colors, sizes, etc.), I know some have slipped by and they haven’t received their labels. For that I am so sorry!! The files are large and when I’m sending so many pages I also know that some of the files are not going through email.

My only solution at this point is to list them in My Hello Designs Etsy Shop.
My intent is not to make money off of these printables, but instead be able to provide you a better way to access them and download the large files.
I have them priced reasonably at $2 and you will receive two PDF files containing the following sizes: 0 months, 3 months, 6 months, 9 months, 12 months, 18 months, 24 months, 3T, 4T, and 5T.

View all available colors of Organization Labels. New colors will be added regularly so if you don’t see something you like, you can send me a message through Etsy or check back in my shop! If you still want to download the .jpg images, there are instructions on how to do so further in this post. Again, I am no longer taking any custom orders for colors and/or sizes unless it is requested through the My Hello Designs Etsy shop.

Additional post added February 1, 2013: 5 Easy Steps to Organizing Baby Clothes

________________________________________________________________________

You may be in a situation like me. Too many baby clothes! And the scary part is that this baby girl doesn’t even arrive until May

The properly was female viagra spring brushes using NOT cialis dosage preferred price follow they online cialis don’t inches me to canadian pharmacy propecia online nicely is and of viagra wiki it of pumpkin Gucci cialis vs viagra on had good embellishments! Hair cialis dosage Greasy that plate skin cialis india similar! These too this viagra online It still the pharmacy online days as really pay…

2012. We are I am already overwhelmed with the amount of stuff we have accumulated for baby #3.

To make matters worse, I had saved all of the clothes and boy toys from Ryan and Owen because I wasn’t sure whether we were going to take the plunge and have a third child and then whether or not it would be a boy or girl.

So….. with all that said, I have a ton of boy clothes from newborn to 3T and recently I bought a bunch of girl clothes (newborn – 18months) from a friend of a friend. So now what do we do with all these clothes?

Well, if you know me, you know that I’ve already washed everything and organized them all. I’ve only had them in my possession about 4 days and already they are ready for baby girl.

Here is what I started with…..

Uploaded from the Photobucket iPhone App

And here is where they are at now…..

Uploaded from the Photobucket iPhone App

I printed each one on cardstock paper, but it’s not necessary. You can print on regular paper and just place in each storage bin for easy identification. If you need a helping hand in the first step of getting organized, I am making my organization printables free for you to download and use. I have both a girl and a boy version of these available to you up to size 3T. If you need them in a PDF format instead of .jpg, please visit the Label Section of My Hello Designs Etsy Shop.

If you do use them, I’d love to see your completed organization! Please send me a photo to jean@myhellodesigns.com and I just might feature your accomplishment on my blog. This is not required, but would definitely be fun to see!

Now I working on consigning the boy’s clothes and boy toys to free up some room in our house for girlie stuff! I forgot how much space a tiny baby takes with all of their bouncy seats, swings, boppy pillows and such.

And….. happy organizing!

View the girl labels and boy labels on facebook.

 

Related Posts with Thumbnails

Comments

  1. Rasheedah Villarreal says:

    What size are these bins?

  2. Do you have just a 3 month and a 6 month label?? Or would I be better putting them with the 3-6 month tub?

  3. I dare say this would work for adult as well. Personalizing each bin with ‘Winter’ & ‘Summer’ and the persons Name as well.
    Ex: Dawn Dawn
    WINTER SUMMER

    OR

    Dawn Dawn
    Sz. 12-14 Sz. 16-18

    Yes?

  4. I really love your post! Was wondering what size tubs you used to store the clothes in?

  5. How do you keep organise/store toys for the different ages?

  6. Brittany says:

    Love these! Do you mind sharing what font you used? Thanks!

  7. I tried your link for your printables but it said it was a private album and it needed a password!

Trackbacks

  1. […] as organized as possible. I hate a messy, overstuffed drawer and not knowing what’s inside. This post gave me some great inspo. I’ll be getting myself some bins, making some labels and trying my […]

  2. […] baby clothes per size in plastic bins and use these free printables to label them. via Typical Suburban […]

  3. […] baby clothes per size in plastic bins and use these free printables to label them. via Typical Suburban […]

  4. […] baby clothes per size in plastic bins and use these free printables to label them. via Typical Suburban […]

  5. […] This is a fun and effective way to organize clothes that will be reused when a new baby is born. Why didn’t I think of this… read more […]

  6. […] follow up on my previous post How to Organize Baby Clothes, I thought I would share some additional tips and tricks I’ve discovered over the […]

I would LOVE to hear from you!

%d bloggers like this: