Quick and Easy Folding Board For Kids!


Let your kids help with the chores and make this quick and easy folding board so they can help with folding laundry! in 2 easy steps!




-Duct tape

-canvas boards

-A cute shirt for testing

Step 1:

Arrange the canvas boards like the picture below

Step 2:

Tape up the canvas boards together (only the top and middle sections)

And you’re done! now grab a cute shirt and let your little one test out folding it with the new folding board you just made!

*How would you make your folding boards!? Comment below!

Comments (9)
George Spain-Warner
November 12, 2020

This is brilliant, i’ll definitely be trying this out soon! I’ve tried similar things before but never created something as good as yours! ahha

November 10, 2020

This is really nice! I taught my daughter how to fold using a board too and it is definitely effective.

Nilakshi Pathak
November 8, 2020

Such a creative way to keep the kids engaged during the time of pandemic! A great DIY

Yemi King
November 8, 2020

I’ve never seen anything like it before. I think I will make one for my Tweens so they have no excuse now! They can help me out ?

Bethan Taylor-Swaine
November 7, 2020

I loved my folding board when I worked in retail! There’s something so satisfying about creating a uniform stack of tshirts, it always makes me smile. It’s also a fun way to get kids involved in chores (also sock pairing was a big one when I was a kid!) x

November 7, 2020

This looks great! I see how useful it can be.

Britt K
November 6, 2020

I worked in retail for a number of years and we honestly used these in a number of the stores. Some companies would provide us with a plastic version of this and in other roles, we would create our own just to make it easy for everyone working there to fold their clothes in a way that looked professional and uniform.

Liz Bayardelle
November 6, 2020

I love this! I made a custom folding board for my husband’s closet (weird shelf dimensions + too much Marie Kondo) and it didn’t look half this nice.

November 4, 2020

looks like a great idea for kids in both ways: to make and to use. thanks for sharing such a handy diy!

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