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DIY Kids' Closet Dividers

By: Cathie & Steve
Cathie & Steve
Cathie & Steve
Cathie Filian and Steve Piacenza are handcraft designers, Emmy Nominated television hosts, book authors, lifestyle experts and the inventors of Hot Glue Gun Helpers. Their shows can be seen in the United States, Australia, South Africa, The Philippines and on the Armed Forces Network.  They were nominated for two Daytime Emmys. Cathie and Steve has also appeared on numerous network shows and specials for NBC, ABC, Discovery Channel, HGTV, DIY and Food Network.  Programs such as Rachael Ray, IVillage Live, View From the Bay and the Florence Henderson Show have featured their creative ideas.
Tame a child's closet with these bright and fun DIY closet dividers.
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Skill Level: Beginner


Plaid ® Hot Glue Gun Helpers
Item #16288
Take the sting and mess out of working with hot glue guns. Our one-of-a-kind set of must-have tools will banish your hot glue woes! Set includes a mat, finger caps, tweezers, a paddle and a press wand. Created by Cathie Filian and Steve Piacenza.


Mod Podge ® Hard Coat, 8 oz.
Item #CS11245
The Mod Podge ® formula for projects that need that added durable finish. Dries hard and clear. Can be sanded to a smooth finish. Cleans up easily while wet with soap and water. Certified AP non-toxic; waterbase. Mod Podge ® is an all in one decoupage glue, sealer and finish.


Other Supplies
Closet Dividers Plastic
Scrapbook paper


  1. Create a template for the closet divider. Photocopy the divider. Glue the photocopy to a piece of cardboard with Mod Podge. Allow to dry. Cut out the inner section of the divider. This will create a template for the area that will be covered with paper.
  2. Using the template and a pencil, trace the divider shape onto scrapbook paper. We made one for each side. Cut out the shapes.
  3. Apply Mod Podge to one side of the divider and to the back of the paper. Position the paper onto the divider. Smooth with your fingers to remove any air bubbles. Apply a top-coat and allow to dry.
  4. Once dry, apply letter and number stickers to the divider. Use silicone tipped tweezers for ease. Apply a small amount of Mod Podge over the letters to secure them for permanency.
  • PROJECT TIP: Try your hand a painting the letters and numbers instead of using stickers. Seal the paint with a small amount of Mod Podge.
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