Wallpaper adds wow factor to an otherwise boring locker. And this only requires a few budget-friendly items.
Source: DIY Experience
This chalkboard initial is super cute but it's functional, too. It's the perfect place to write an ever changing to-do list.
Source: Eye Candy Creative Studio
Tweens can apply a fun filter to their friends' photos with these magnetic "Snapchat" filters. They add personality to any school locker.
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Happy, mad, sad? These crafty magnets let your kid put their emotions on full display.
Source: Surznick Common Room
For most kids, one shelf at the top of their locker just isn't enough to keep their odds and ends organized. A few extra shelves offers up more options.
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These 5-minute magnets are a spectacular way to decorate a budding geologist's locker.
Source: Almost Makes Perfect
Brightly colored arrows point the way to due dates, after school activities, and friends' photos.
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Keep pics of your BFF, your dog, and favorite band close by with these magnetic picture frames.
Source: Flax and Twine
Lockers can stay infinitely more organized with this upcycled cereal box turned paper bin.
Frame this easy-to-make, custom colored calendar inside the locker door and reuse it every month.
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Fill the top locker shelf with these colorful notebook organizers so that each subject is always within arm's reach.
Source: Home Stories
This fruity pencil cup makes a school locker a tropical escape from math, history, and science.
Source: Aww Sam