05 April 2011

Tween wardrobe hack: Daily outfit chooser/photo flip book

Photojojo: Make a Daily Outfit Chooser with Photos, Art, & ScissorsLeave it to Adrienne to think "parent hack" when spying this fun Photojojo tutorial for a DIY outfit chooser. On Twitter, she suggested this fun photo project might make a good wardrobe management tool for kids...and even motivate them to fold their laundry. Maybe the folding part's a stretch, but the project's a winner, even if it ends up just a fun weekend project with friends.

via content.photojojo.com

Related: Create a visual inventory of kid clothing purchases

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I would love to do this for my 5yr old. It's amazing the outfits she creates each morning.

The folding part is more of a tween confession on my part. I was one of those girls who went through about 6 clean, folded/hung outfits before settling on what to wear for the day. Usually there wasn't time before leaving (or motivation) to refold the clean stuff, so more often than I like to admit- it ended up in the dirty laundry or piled on a chair in my room.

Maybe a book like this would keep the clean stuff put away.

For the record, I've done laundry since 3rd or 4th grade, so I was usually the one folding it.

So grateful for uniforms!

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