DIY Wall Organizer & Desk Accessories {Back to School Ideas} by ANNEORSHINE
DIY Wall Organizer & Desk Accessories {Back to School Ideas} by ANNEORSHINE

(uplifting music) ♫Ain’t nothin’ better
than watchin’ you smile ♫Whoa, whoa ♫Ain’t nothin’ better
than watching you laugh ♫Out loud baby ♫Ain’t nothin’ better than watchin’ you ♫Be you ♫Ain’t nothin’ better than♫ – Hi guys, how’s it going? So, I’m kind of losing my voice right now, but I’m going try to make
it through this video. Okay, so today I’m going to show you how to make a very functional
wall display fixture. A lot of you guys requested
for something to store your hair accessory, back to
school, locker decoration, things to store make-up in. And so, I came up with this concept of a wall display organizer. And, it looks something like this. I was inspired from a
vintage theme, so I made mine vintage inspired. But, you can pretty
much like customize this whatever color you like
and to your own style. I’ve been shopping at flea markets lately, so I’ve been very inspired from
like that old vintage theme. And so, I wanted to
use like vintage prints and all that stuff. So, if you have a desk
and you need more like desk space this is great
to hang up on the wall by your desk and you can store
like stationaries in here. And, not only that but
you can also put this in your bathroom and
store hair accessories, like your brushes, other things in here. It’s so handy. You can also use this
as a make-up organizer put your make-up palettes in here, make-up brushes, lip glosses. It’s so handy. If you have a dorm, dormitory and you really don’t have
space or you really can’t like move lots of things to
your dorm like this is just so easy to like pack. You can make this half
a size and hang this into your locker, too. So, before we get started
I need you guys to help me with something. I need to come up with names
for different categories of D.I.Y.s. So, if you guys have been
following me you know that I’ve been making like D.I.Y.s
in different categories like beauty, fashion, and home decoration like this one right here. So, if you guys can help me like come up with some fun creative names. I know you guys are really
good with these kind of stuff, like comment below in the comment section and like tell me like what
you guys would suggest for me to use. I would love it because
not only are you guys like helping me name
like my little D.I.Y.s you guys are like a part of it now. So, that would be so helpful to me. And, let’s get started with this tutorial. Okay, so for materials you
would need some fabric. I purchased a half yard in
each pattern that I liked. You can also cut up
old clothing or drapery that’s in your home to make this. Next, I have a hanger. Then, some empty jars or cans. And, to hold things
together I have some glue and a hot glue gun. Okay, so we’re going to
first make the wall organizer that you can use to store
make-up, hair accessories, or office supplies. This would also look perfect
to hang in your locker if you do have a locker this
year to keep things organized. Okay, so step one cut out a 18 inch wide by 28 inch long rectangle with any fabric or pattern you like. So, step two finish the
raw edges by folding all four edges in on the wrong sides. This will prevent any
unravelling of the fabric. Make sure to fold in half
an inch on all four sides, then use some fabric glue to seal it in. (upbeat music) So, for step three once that all dries up I’m going to glue in my
hanger by folding over about two and a half
inches of fabric just like how I’m doing it right here. Then, glue the edge to the fabric. (upbeat music) Okay, so for this next
step four while we wait for the glue to dry let’s
cut out the pockets. You will need about six
pieces of seven inch wide by six inch high rectangles. Finish the edges like you did earlier by folding in, or
pressing in all the sides. And remember, to press in
about abou half an inch. Okay, so once you have
all your little rectangles now it’s time to place them
onto the bigger rectangle. So, the way we’re going to
do this is glue them on. Now, I’m going to provide
other measurements and guidance on my blog
Life and Style if you need all that measurement and how I did it. But, for now I just placed
them evenly onto the bigger rectangle and
then I just basically use my fabric glue to glue them on. Make sure to place the
fabric glue on the sides of the rectangle and on the bottom. Then, place it carefully
onto your desired area. I wanted to cover up
my hanger and so I just tear off a strip of the fabric
and you could do this with cotton fabrics and I
basically wrapped this around my hanger to give it a nice vintage look. And then, at the end
you can either glue it, dab it with some fabric glue, or just tie it around the hanger. So, I’m basically going to wrap my whole hanger with this. Okay, so with my left over
fabric what I’m going to do is cover some books and
also some cans and jars to give it that cute, vintage,
countryside decoration look. This will create a very pretty
theme for your desk area. To cover my book I simply
cut out a rectangle around my book leaving an extra three to five inches from the book’s edge. This will give extra room for when I close and open the book. Now, I’m going to fold
the top and the bottom in toward the wrong side of the prints to align it with the book’s edge. Now, with the right and
the left side of the cover slip the book’s corner
in where the folds are and then glue it at each
corner, just like how I’m doing it right here. I also like to wrap my
cans or jars with fabric. So, I lost some footage here,
but basically what I did was I cut some fabric,
enough to wrap around the can and I left an extra
two inches on the side, on the top, and on the bottom so that way it can wrap around nicely. So, I’m just taking some glue here and I’m dabbing it
inside the can, and then I am pushing the fabric in so it can stay. And then, for the bottom I
snipped off some extra fabric so that way I could wrap the fabric while I’m gluing it around the bottom. And, that is basically it. Now, you have a lovely work station to feel inspired in everyday. If you want me to see your finished work don’t forget to #DIYSundaywithANN or if there’s an idea you want me to see or you want to share with me or recreate then #DIYSunday. Don’t forget to thumbs
up guys and subscribe for more videos, love you, ciao!

100 thoughts on “DIY Wall Organizer & Desk Accessories {Back to School Ideas} by ANNEORSHINE”

  1. ChrissyCrayCray says:

    Sewing Diys

  2. Tiffany Leandro says:


  3. Tiffany Leandro says:

    bath, organizing, therapeutic, candle jars! lol

  4. -해비니 says:

    can u have diys every week? i LOVEEE them…i wanted a diy on accessory organizers..and how to make ur own accessories…☆★♡♥

  5. Christina Tao says:


  6. Flore Dhuez says:

    I don't have the fabric glue…. Can i use the hot glue gun instead ?

  7. Christina Tao says:


  8. Jazzie Arcillas says:


  9. Jai Ninnes says:

    This is so helpful thank you xx

  10. Anxiouscouchpotato says:

    You have A LOT of patience!!! ._. i'm not like that but I'll try to do this w 

  11. Vidhi Modha says:

    you can name it #letscreate  

  12. Juwayriya says:

    Wow that is so nice !

  13. Rachel Prud'homme says:

    Really cute idea! It helps me to organise my room

  14. Dina Abu El-Kher says:

    That was very helpful DIY♥

  15. T Elisse says:

    I am in love. I may try this out for my new room decor.

  16. unicorn says:

    That is so cute

  17. HondurasDIY says:

    Love your DIY

  18. G says:

    Hi Ann! I tried this just now, but modified it with my own ideas! I wish I could show you!

  19. G says:

    Hi Ann! I tried this just now, but modified it with my own ideas! I wish I could show you!

  20. Christina Tao says:


  21. Lexi Melton says:

    This is really helpful thanks ann!

  22. KlovesJuicy says:

    Your desk is so well decorated

  23. Emma Castaneda says:

    Tomboy stuff

  24. Lauren Considine says:

    I am in love with all your DIYs 🙂

  25. Lisa Hoggarth says:

    Truly inspiring ♥

  26. Laura l says:

    Just subscribed

  27. Laura l says:

    I book mark so many of your vids XD

  28. Candy Canes says:

    I'm not good at sewing..very useful!

  29. Little Jennyfer says:

    your perfect like omg your so pretty I wish I was you

  30. Little Jennyfer says:

    Asian cutie

  31. Anushé Samee says:

    looks great 🙂

  32. artisticagi says:

    yeah those sunglasses were cute. it would be cool to see a DIY on that

  33. grace ardinda says:

    its really helpful! thankss! 🙂

  34. Mzz Mona says:

    D I Y OFFICE SUPPLIES, ex: horizontal file or magazine holder, large pen holders, something for immediate accesses to files in a very small home office space, etc.

  35. Katarzyna Andrulewicz says:

    i think im gonna do this for my mum for mothers days

  36. Hannah Ondeck says:

    Where do you buy your fabric from?

  37. madison foster says:

    fashion Fridays

  38. Andy Chow says:

    can you do ones for guys lol

  39. tjonesit0507 says:

    im so making this

  40. Kat Celino says:

    Can i substitute hot glue to the glue fabric

  41. Nishka Mazumdar says:

    Where did y get those cupcake thingies on your desk from?
    Or could you do a DIY on making Desk accessories and include it?

  42. Adriana Rodriguez says:

    More home decor

  43. Kitty Smith says:

    This is so great! I'm in the midst of wrapping my old yearbooks in coordinating fabrics. I love the ideas in this video!

  44. Hannah Gandon says:


  45. kylie nguyen says:

    Fashion Fridays

  46. Tess Cohen-Dumani says:


  47. Tatyana Bonner says:

    Make a diy on room decoration

  48. Hananski says:

    I love you YouTube channel omg I like all your vids

  49. DimplesDeep1 says:

    I bet you could make a really pretty table setting and I would love to see it…how about it???
    Thanks Ann

  50. LaTanya McGill says:

    She needs to be on QSN

  51. Isabelle S says:

    Locker decorations

  52. Jo Powell says:

    Those cupcakes were cool, if you made them – COOL! But if you didn't could you still do a video on sweet little desk decorations like that please thx. btw great video really handy!

  53. Moehni says:

    just butting in to say 0.5 inch is not 0.27cm, but rather something like 1.25cm! be careful not to fold in too little :p

  54. Vivian Nguyen says:

    I love Anneorshine! She has the best DIYS ever! I love her son too! He is so sweet!

  55. S. says:

    the hanger is just adorable and very very useful. have to try it…! ^_^ thankyou

  56. Chopstickk says:


  57. D K says:

    Please make more jewelry videos!!!!!

  58. Jessica B says:

    Organize with Ann

  59. Juliana Kostadinova says:

    In the ehd you say " чао! " This is bulgarian! <3

  60. Lily Thompson says:

    Love it!!

  61. Christine says:

    OMG!!! I loved it

  62. smilez 341 says:

    you are so creative!! meeting u would be soooooooooooo awesome! 

  63. Jessica Esquivel says:

    I made this for my DIY tools to organize a little better(: great help hope I can make a habit to keeping everything in it

  64. Taylor Nichole W. says:

    Wow I'm about to be in a dorm for the first time in a week and this whole video is so fab! I'm totally making that organizer for my room! Maybe with some owl fabric?? Can't wait!

  65. lexi says:

    I made the holder!!!

  66. lexi says:

    I made the display holder

  67. lexi says:

    I made the display holder

  68. cheyenne coleman says:

    This video was posted on my birthday!!! I love your videos!!

  69. Carolee Née says:

    Can you do a DIY perform

  70. Molly Grimston says:

    Just an idea. For room decor decor it yourself instead of do it yourself

  71. Kelbie says:

    What Mac book do you have ??? And is it any good for editing vids cuz it looks like it.

  72. Brooke lynn says:

    nice drawings

  73. Diana Alvarez says:

    Me encantan! De verdad muchas Gracias estan hermosas*-* Voy a hacrlo con todos mis libros:'3

  74. Farah Al Omari says:

    #BackToSkool   #Crafts

  75. Helena Vind says:


  76. Kristy ScrapTime says:

    Wow I really loved this idea! Definitely going to try it. I love the idea to use it as a locker organizer as well. Thanks! My sister would love it too so I will be making one for her for her new locker in middle school.

  77. Veronica 12 says:

    school organization

  78. carol lamb says:

    how 2 make that cupcake thing on the corner of the table

  79. Danijela & Leksi says:

    One of these??

  80. EndlessJenny says:

    Are you vietnamese?

  81. Snehal Bhoir says:

    i luv your diys <3

  82. Emily Walsh says:

    no offense but your videos kinda put me to sleep.. Still super cute diys! But I recommend using better and more exciting music.. Like what they play on the radios right now..

  83. sofia gomez says:

    How about back to school

  84. Helaena Manuel says:

    Oh! That so good! I like this! * thumbs up *

  85. Pako alasania says:

    backpack DIY

  86. Amina Bajgoric says:

    This is my favourite video of yours 😀 <3

  87. Abheeshta Bhat says:

    But I think, you should use the fabric from old clothes. I did the same thing. For the longer fabric I glued two to three fabrics together. It went pretty well. Cause fabrics can be a little expensive

  88. Abheeshta Bhat says:

    I did it will scrapbook paper

  89. פרידה וינגורט says:

    Love it!

  90. Adeeba khan says:

    #DIYSunday  itszzz awesome Ann !!!! 
    u r ReaLLY Awesome ! <3

  91. Amanda Hamblin says:


  92. Miriam Jeffery says:


  93. Maggie Chan says:

    U can call diy for ur room roomspiration. Fashion diy could be called giy ( glam it yourself ).

  94. Jassi Kaur says:

    Great made my own (a little bigger) came out awesome!

  95. Tehya Rouse says:

    hey ann i know this was one of your old vids but i cant seem to find the instructions to the wall organizer on your website. could you send me a link of the actual article not just the website? please that would help me so much

  96. Anime Sniper1617 says:

    You should make a category just for pillows and one for dogs

  97. Myles Plays says:

    at 4:13 when you fold over  the hanger, can you add a zipper or a button or have a secret pocket if it works mabey

  98. Mazri Yana says:


  99. Prerika Narang says:

    very helpful

  100. caitlin says:

    You are definitely the best DIY channel💗💗💗

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