Keep your car clean by using a cereal container as a trash can.
You can also keep your car in shape with a hanging shoe organizer.
One more for the car: Keep your kids from making a mess on fast-food runs with this dollar-store staple.
Craft boxes are perfect for organizing barrettes and hair ties.
DIY on-the-wall storage for your kid’s magnetic toys using dollar-store pizza pans.
Keep sippy cups organized using dollar-store baskets.
Dollar store baskets are also amazing for outdoor activities.
Dish racks make organizing school supplies easy.
DIY a crib rail cover using a pool noodle.
Ice-pop trays are surprisingly ideal for organizing your kid’s crayons.
Make traveling with kids easier by putting together a supply box with items from your local dollar store.
Dollar-store frames are perfect for making window art with glue and food coloring.
They’re also great for making a “family command center” board.
Stop your kids from losing playing cards by storing them in travel soap box holders.
DIY tube socks into super-cute baby leg warmers.
Combine a muffin tin with plastic cups to make a wonderfully mobile storage center for art supplies.
Buckets are a good choice for organizing art supplies too.
Use a mesh laundry bag to hold sand toys at the beach.
Throw down a plastic table cloth before craft time for easy cleanup.
A utensil tray is the key to keeping your kids’ toothbrushes organized.
Kitchen sponges can be used to make low-cost ice packs for your kid’s lunch box.
Bring straws with you in a toothbrush container.
Put dollar-store baskets on the stairs for your kids to put their loose toys.
Toss glowsticks into the tub to make bath time a blast.