9 Dollar Tree Paper Towel Holder Hacks

9 Dollar Tree Paper Towel Holder Hacks | DIY Joy Projects and Crafts Ideas

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A paper towel holder, as we all know and as the name suggests, is used to hold paper towels. But did you know that you can make a lot of things using this simple item? Yes, you can use it as an organizer and storage for different items in your home. If you are running out of storage space, these 9 Dollar Tree paper towel holder hacks by That Practical Mom are for you.


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All of these projects are renter-friendly, so you don’t have to worry. Honestly, I have never thought of these ideas before. They are definitely creative and affordable. You can find all of the materials in Dollar Tree, so you don’t need to spend a lot of money! If you need some extra space in your room, definitely check out these clever DIY projects using a paper towel holder.

For more space-saving DIY projects, check these out: 8 Small Space Organization Hacks


1 – Tie, scrunchie, or bracelet organizer

Use it to organize your ties, scrunchies, or bracelets and place them on your counter or vanity table.

2 – Ribbon organizer

Load the ribbons on the paper towel holder. Depending on the ribbon, you might need to pull off some of the cardboard. You can easily pull the length of what you need, cut the ribbon, and you are good to go.

3 – Hanging storage

Add a command hook on your kitchen wall and hang the bottom of the paper towel holder. Make sure depending on whatever you are hanging, you get the right weight limitation for the hooks you are using. You can hang clothes, cleaners, plastic mugs, toilet paper, or other things.

DIY Hanging storage
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4 – DIY caddy

Hot glue plastic cups on the bottom of the paper towel holder.  You can fit four around it. This works as a utensil caddy or art supply caddy.

5 –  Storage stand

Attach four napkin holders to a paper towel holder using zip ties just like in the photo below. Use it to store stuff, like art supplies and K-cups.

DIY Storage stand
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6 – Fruit basket caddy

Zip tie wire baskets on the bottom of the paper towel holder and spray paint.

7 – Kitchen storage stand

Zip tie wire baskets between two paper towel holders on the top and bottom then spray paint.

8 – Plant stand

Spray paint three paper towel holder to the color you prefer then attach on the bottom of a tray using staple nails to make a plant stand.

9 – Snack or photo holder

Attach four cooling racks to a paper towel holder using zip ties. Put them back to back then attach to the paper towel holder. Connect the two ones on the top so they don’t flop over.

9 Dollar Tree Paper Towel Holder Hacks

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