Tip #47: Scrap the tutorial, trust yourself.
Forgive me my snobbery, but I think the best solution of all is mere acceptance. A six inch drawer in which you must stack all of your cooking utensils is tiny. No amount of drawer dividers will a) fit in it or b) change that fact. A six-inch drawer cannot fit three different sizes of whisks. It cannot contain 6 assorted wine stoppers along with your grandmother’s collection of olive wood spoons. If any of those items are necessary for your well-being, it’s time to simply forgo the ice cream scoop (though I’d be tempted to make a different choice). I’m not poo-pooing a good drawer divider and heavens knows that if I had the space, I’d be divvying it up with gusto. But I don’t have the space for single-layer spoons, and you might not either.
The number one January organization tip that I have is to ditch the readymade solutions and overlook the over-the-top DIYs and simply think about you and your space. It’s not that I don’t like a good tutorial–I’d be talking myself out of a job if I really jumped on that bandwagon–but I do think that you know what fits into your own tiny drawer better than any online tutorial does. More than that, if you can’t find a way to fit your spoons in your drawer without stacking them, it’s because you live in a tiny apartment, not because you’re not a organizational maven.
Who’s with me?