I know I have written what seems like 1001 posts on how to reuse leftover cabinet doors from IKEA. I would go as far as to say I am addicted. I can't get over the thrill of taking a piece of throwaway material for a few dollars and turning it into something I love. I love the cheap thrill of recreating something useless into something I can't buy in a store.
So please indulge me once again as I introduce you to Mr. and Mrs. IKEA doors with an interesting ridge on the top.
As soon as I saw them, I instantly thought those ridges would e perfect for holding pens, or pencils.
Then I made these whiteboards. There was a space that needed to be filled and no place to put a dry erase marker. The smaller of these boards was perfect.
I made little "pockets" out of leftover fabric from my kitchen sprucing up and pocket organizer projects. (I did a video tutorial on these that will be up soon!) They hold markers and pens and receipts and things I find on the floor that shouldn't be around babies. The buttons are decorative...they make me smile and they tie into the whiteboards.