Cute project from Instructables user caitlinsdad
How to make something bigger on the inside, well, look like it…
If you are lucky enough to have a double-wide, or two hanging closet organizers, make it even fancier with a TARDIS topper that lights up with an Adafruit Trinket microcontroller and Neopixel LED strips. I only had a bit of scrap blue material to work with. It seemed to have fell through the time crack from my other projects..
And for anything else that you can’t cram into this hanging closet organizer, stuff it in a TARDIS IKEA shopping bag.
Make a place to stow your wearables.
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