Organize Scrunchies for Just $1 Using This Dollar Tree Item

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Scrunchies are back!

Today I’m sharing how to organize your (or your daughter’s) overflowing collection of scrunchies. Because, yes, they’re back in style and we’re needing a place to put them all! With my clever organizing trick, you’ll have a genius way to keep them tidy & even have them out on display if you just love looking at them!

Say hello to my scrunchie organizer Dollar Tree hack!  😍

dollar tree paper towel holder

The perfect scrunchie organizer for just a dollar?! You read that right! If you head into your nearest Dollar Tree, you can pick up this paper towel holder for only $1!

Then just stack hair scrunchies on it to get them all organized! As a bonus, if you already have an extra one lying around the house, you can repurpose it and you’ll get the best price… FREE! 

Hip Tip: Love shopping online? Here are the best things to buy in bulk at the Dollar Tree.

dollar tree paper towel holder as a scrunchie organizer

I love that the ’90s are back and scrunchies are LIFE!

We are definitely scrunchy obsessed around my house, and my daughter just had scrunchies scattered all over her room. With my scrunchie organizer hack, now they’re neatly displayed on her dresser so she can easily grab one on the go. I love easy organizing ideas like this, don’t you? This takes about a minute to do and makes such a difference- hooray!

Want more $1 organizing tips? Try these 10 Dollar Tree storage solutions!

About the writer:

Lina has a Bachelor's Degree from Northern Arizona University with 11 years of blogging and photography experience having work featured in, Martha Stewart, Country Living, Fox News, Buzzfeed, and HGTV.

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Comments 16

  1. Rachek

    I love this! Thank you for sharing!

  2. lynnleco

    As a Momma of a 29 yr old girl, we collected dozens and dozens of scrunchies when she was young…I used a bamboo wood drying/storage rack to store them. I still have it and the scrunchies for my granddaughters (although a few had no stretch left so they were tossed). Glad the scrunchies and coming back in style!

    • lynnleco

      Are* coming back in style

  3. Lili D

    Any suggestions for storing headbands and (Jojo) bows?

    • Kcdia

      I bought some cheap spinning tie racks on amazon for my daughter baby headbands. I got 4 for about $6. It works perfectly!

    • Vasu reddy

      I wrapped a cloth around paper towel roll with paper towels on it. That’s the best use of it for storing headbands.

    • Amy

      Have you seen those little hangers with several hooks for like belts or scarves? Those little hooks would probably work well for headbands and stuff too. You can find tons of options if you search for “accessory hanger”, or check at Dollar Tree–I’ve seen them there before.

    • Angie H

      I had my girls glue color paper around (just to decorate) the big, round cardboard oatmeal containers and we use those for headband storage. They wrap perfectly around them. You can also store other hair accessories inside the container 🙂

  4. lorelei

    In reply to Lili D: I clipped my daughters’ hair bows to a long piece of ribbon and hung it up on the wall with a command hook. Just loop the ribbon at the top. Hang it in the bathroom for easy access while you’re doing your daughter’s hair.

  5. Elaine Kasten

    I used an empty Pringles can when my daughter was young in the 90’s.

  6. shop4mybabies

    my daughter wrapped an aluminum foil tube in wrapping paper and keeps her scrunchies on it

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      I love that! So smart!

  7. Gigi

    You posted this last year and my daughter got one for a birthday party and put scrunchies on it as one of the gifts for her friend.

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Oh neat thanks for sharing!

  8. tk

    I don’t have much desk space or counter space in my bathroom so I cut a wire coathanger and made hooks so it would connect and they would not fall off, that way I can hang them in my closet 🙂

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