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Cedar Wood Baby Clothes Organizing Dividers

Cedar Wood Baby Clothes Organizing Dividers

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  • Measurement: 2.5" W x 6" H
  • Material: Uncoated cedar wood
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Most expectant parents get an overwhelming amount of baby clothes as they prepare for baby’s birth. All of the onesies, button downs, skirts, dresses, sweaters, jackets for every weather, pants, and photo-ready outfits that they’ll only wear once… add up to a jumbled, disorganized mess.

And it’s impossible to know what you do and don’t have. For those of you with kids… raise your hand if you went out and bought 9 month pants only to realize your mother-in-law gave you 12 pairs. 

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could sort everything out in baby’s closet and immediately know how much you did (or didn’t) have of a certain size?

Heck yes it would! Got a 2T size winter coat for your 3 month old? Hang it in the 2T area and walk away, my friend! Friend want to drop off some hand-me-downs, but you’re stocked up? Send her a pic and avoid the “thanks, but no thanks” conversation. 

Shopping for a friend? This is a memorable baby gift that is sure to get rounds of “Oh my gosh! I need those!” comments at the shower.

These closet dividers include a newborn set only and a newborn and toddler set. The sizing cut out is at the top so you can view all sizes at eye-level and at first glance. Like a library for super-cute clothes! 

NEWBORN ONLY SET:
Newborn
0-3 Months
3-6 Months
6-9 Months
9-12 Months
12-18 Months
18-24 Months

NEWBORN & TODDLER SET:
Newborn
0-3 Months
3-6 Months
6-9 Months
9-12 Months
12-18 Months
18-24 Months
2T
3T
4T
5T

Choose right or left facing depending on how use your closet.

Please note: I take great care in selecting high-quality hardwoods and plywoods. The color of your closet dividers may vary slightly from the pictures shown above as wood grain is not consistent. 

What sets me apart from many laser engravers who work with wood: I cover every piece with a removable sticker (think of it as a giant roll of masking tape) before starting the laser engraving process. This protects the wood from getting blurred burned edges around each shape or letter. 

I then slowly remove the tape, and hand-weed every last piece of tape so your piece arrives clear, sharp, and tape-free. It’s this extra step that makes a huge difference in the quality, and ensures that you’re always getting a display-ready product.

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