Whether you’re expecting a baby (and are a fan of the Harry Potter saga) or know someone who is, these free printable Harry Potter baby closet dividers can be a great (and very easy) DIY. Why not surprise the mommy to be with this practical set of baby closet dividers for her baby shower or any other day just to make her feel special and remind her what a thoughtful friend you are.
I’ve created 2 versions: one with 8 different characters of the Harry Potter saga (a different character on each divider) and another version with Harry Potter on all the dividers. Personally, I much prefer the version with all the characters but I wanted to offer another version in case Harry is the chosen one for you.
These DIY Harry Potter Baby Closets are a great choice whether you’re planning on creating a full-on themed Harry Potter nursery or just want to add a little touch of magic to your baby’s bedroom decor.
If you’d like something less themed, these free printable floral baby closet dividers are great for a little girl’s nursery.
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In case you’re not familiar with this accessory, closet dividers are great to help you organize your baby’s clothes by size. Babies grow very fast so keeping all the clothes neatly organized by size can be a big time (and sanity) saver. Once baby is here you’ won’t have much time to waste looking around for the right size of clothes, so you might as well get it organized from the start.
I’ve included 8 different closet dividers: newborn, 0-3 months, 3 months, 6 months, 9 months, 12 months, 18 months and 24 months. The free printable file includes 4 pages.
Supplies and Instructions – DIY Harry Potter Baby Closet Dividers
As I said this is a very fast and easy DIY so the printable is pretty self-explanatory, but here are a few tips you can use to create these baby closet dividers.
You’ll only need a printer, paper and a pair of scissors to complete this project. Little efforts for big results. Once you’ve cut each divider you’ll just have to place them in your closet and start sorting your little one’s clothes.
For this DIY you will need:
- PDF Printable Closet Dividers (download file towards the bottom of the article)
- Thick paper like cardstock or photo paper
- A pair of scissors (here’s my favorite one)
- A printer: if you like printables, I highly recommend investing in a printer that is HP Instant Ink compatible (here’s how I print as much as I want for free or super cheap)
- Optional: corner rounder punch
- Optional: paper trimmer
- Optional: thermal laminator and laminating pouches(if you want to make your dividers more durable and sturdy)
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Download the free printable PDF file further down this page. Here’s a preview of one of the 4 pages:
Print the PDF (4 pages) on thick paper and cut each of the 8 dividers. To save time I decided to use my paper trimmer but you can of course simply use a pair of scissors for that step.
I then used my corner rounder punch to round each corner. You probably don’t want to have sharp corners hanging in your closet.
Lastly, follow the grey cutting marks to cut the hole and the opening.
You now have 8 beautiful closet dividers to decorate and organize your nursery.
Download – Free Printable Harry Potter DIY Baby Closet Dividers
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