Sometimes we forget to take before and after pictures because we’re so excited to jump in and get started! This album features some highlights from various projects.
Today’s Social Distancing Challenge: Organize your pantry by zones. Take everything out, wipe down the shelves, and check expiration dates!Every pantry looks a bit different, however to make the most of your pantry, you don’t have to spend a lot. This pantry was organized by creating zones and grouping like items together in dollar store […]
Reduce visual clutter in your closet by using the same type of hanger throughout. What’s your favorite hanger type? Velvet? Wood? Plastic? Let us know by commenting below.
Folding is sometimes hard for kids to master. Try teaching them to roll with the design showing so they can see which article of clothing it is. We also recommend drawer dividers to help keep things need and tidy! Also note… we labeled the drawer too!
Are your family members constantly stealing your charging cords like mine!? Try labeling with some washi tape and a clear label. Works great for labeling all cords — so you can remember what they go to!
Organizing is not just about the big projects. Sometimes the most beneficial place to start is your drawers. We love, love, love to open a drawer and see everything in place and cannot stress the importance of drawer organizers.
Do you like to buy your greeting cards ahead of time? We just love this file tote for keeping them organized! We used hanging files and created categories similar to those in a greeting card store. Easy to find what you need in a pinch!
Here’s a fun way to repurpose an empty gum container, fill it with little craft supplies!
Whenever we are working on a project, we love to find ways to repurpose items. This is an example of how you can take your child’s creations and repurpose them for organizing small items such as box tops, chip clips, etc. They work great in drawers, inside cabinets, or even on your countertop as soap […]