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16 Projects to Organize Your Car



Between commuting back and forth to work, running errands, and family vacations many people spend a large amount of time in their vehicles.
Don't let your car turn into a dumping ground. Keep it organized with these simple DIY projects.


Sew your own car organizing car caddy. 


For those of you who don't sew, a dollar store pocket organizer is the perfect option.


This auto kit could be used for so many things. First aid items, on-the-go makeup kit, or any other small necessities. Best of all, it's small enough to stash in your center console.
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Use an expandable file organizer to keep all of your important document together and control that cluttered glove box.
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Use a plastic cereal dispenser into a trash can for your car.
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This flort from Ikea was originally meant to store remote controls. However, it makes a great organizer for your car as well as protects your seats from messy spills. 
Keeping an emergency kit in your car can be a life saver. Make your own 'emergency kit' and keep your supplies organized in a storage tote.
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Use a backpack as a desk. All you need to do is add a thick piece of cardboard or wood to the top flap to make it sturdy.
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Keep pens, sunglasses, and other items in reach with this diy car visor organizer.
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This entertainment organizer is perfect for letting kids watch videos on your phone to keep them entertainer. I also love the idea of using buttons so that you can easily take items off, rearrange hem, or add new ones.
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Make your own between-the-seats organizer for kids toys or other large items.
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Or, if you are not the sewing type, a cardboard box covered in pretty paper or fabric will work just fine.
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Paint a tin can and cut a small hole in he lid to organize plastic bags. This could easily be stashed in the center console when not in use.
For those four legged friends that love to travel, why not make them their own doggie hammock.
This is a great way to cut down on the dog hair.
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If you plan on eating in the car then this trick is a must. Use a dollar store basket to contain all the food in one place and (hopefully) keep those fries from getting lost between the seats.
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Sew Ziploc baggies together to make a simple organizer to store all of those little items.
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Do you have any diy tutorials, organizing tips, or recipes that you would like to share with DIY Home Sweet Home readers? 

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