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Hanging Mason Jar DIY Shelf Project

My house could use a once over in the organizing department. That’s why this fabulous project for Hanging Glass Jar Shelves from Hilda Blue caught my eye over at the MT Spotlight. This is a perfect way to use up… Continue Reading →

Organizing Art Projects and School Papers

I love office products. They scream organization, and as a mother of 3, I need one of everything to keep my life in order. So I’m happy to partner with Staples, an M&T sponsor, on a few projects for this… Continue Reading →

Rustic Modern Jewelry Organization

Organizing and decorating has been on the mind for the last 6 years as we’ve jumped around from place to place. I’m excited that Chris and I are finally in a place where I can put holes in the walls… Continue Reading →

Storing Small Supplies in a Spice Rack

Yes, I need more storage ideas and this one is so simple. To store all those loose small craft supply pieces, create one of these Button Storage Spice Racks from The Crafty Mummy, spotted over at the M&T Spotlight. I’ve… Continue Reading →

Kids in the Craft Room: Mess Free Ideas

Our video series Kids in the Craft Room is back today talking about our favorite mess free crafting ideas. If you’re hesitant to craft with your kids because of the messes that could be made, watch today’s video for a… Continue Reading →

Kids in the Craft Room: Craft Supply Storage

We’re here again with another episode of Kids in the Craft Room. Today it’s all about STORAGE. What to do with your craft supplies once you get them. We talked about our favorite kid craft supplies and our favorite kid… Continue Reading →

Time to Organize Your Accessories!

It’s that time of year… time for Spring Cleaning! As soon as the warmer weather hits, I have the sudden urge to unclutter my entire house. Does anyone else feel that way? I always start with the closets first and… Continue Reading →

Back to School: Locker Pencil Holder

This project takes almost no time to put together and is the perfect little organizing tool for your school locker. A great back to school project, it keeps your pens and pencils in the same place for easy access. When… Continue Reading →

Cleaning Your Closets One Door at a Time

I’ve recently shared a few posts about cleaning out closets over at SC Johnson Family Economics. Clutter can all too easily find it’s way into those hallway or linen closets. Here’s a couple of posts about trying to stay organized… Continue Reading →

Organizing Drawers with Recycled Shoe Boxes

I love to use empty shoe boxes for all kinds of storage. They are a perfect little size, fairly sturdy, and a great way to recycle! I mainly use them to help organize my kid’s bedroom drawers. Socks, underpants, and… Continue Reading →

Helpful Tips for Watercoloring with Kids

Painting can be a very messy craft. But as my kids LOVE to paint, I try my best to be prepared. Here are a few quick and easy things I do to keep organized when painting with my kids. 1…. Continue Reading →

Wipe Off Weekly Menu Board

I am a meal planner. I refuse to go grocery shopping without my week’s worth of meals planned out and list made. (It’s either that or wander aimlessly around the grocery store for two hours and then make ten more… Continue Reading →

Winner for the Tip it Foward Contest

The grand prize winner has been chosen for the Tip it Forward contest over at The Organization of Moms! Congrats to Denise Ziemann, who sumbitted a fabulous tip for keeping kid’s school memories together. Here’s her School Memory Book, such… Continue Reading →

Quick Organizing Tip Saving You Time in the Kitchen

Last week I introduced you to Avery’s Organization of Moms. Today, they’ve asked me to share my own organizing tip, submitting it to their Tip It Forward contest. They sent me some of their note tabs and I think they… Continue Reading →

Getting Organized with Avery

Who doesn’t need a little more organization in their life, right?! I’m pretty good at staying on top of things, but I’m always looking for the right tools to help me. Avery seems to have all the right stuff and… Continue Reading →

Recycled Baby Food Containers

Recycling baby food containers into snack holders is a fantastic trick I learned from my sweet sis-in-law, Lindsay. She takes her baby food containers, washes them out, and fills them up with little snacks. They fit nicely in my diaper… Continue Reading →

Organizing Puzzles

Keeping your children’s puzzles organized can be a frustrating task. When half the puzzle pieces are missing, no one wants to play with them. Who here has a drawer filled with the missing pieces just waiting to find their homes?… Continue Reading →

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