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IHeart Organizing

IHeart Organizing
I often hear that storage is so expensive! And it absolutely can be! But what I love most about the organizing process is the challenge of staying within a budget. Looking at organizing and storage solutions that I crush on and adore, and pushing my creative envelope to implement the look for less. Whether building an entire wall of built-ins or covering a simple shoe box with decorative paper, there are endless ways to achieve a beautiful piece of storage for without tapping into your savings. So this month I thought I would challenge all of you to join along with me in achieving your high end storage wishes on a low end budget.

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Cork Tree Ornament Today’s DIY is a fun one… and absolutely perfect for the holidays! These little tree ornaments make the best hostess gifts… or just a fun little weekend DIY to help get you into the holiday spirit. While I was home for the Thanksgiving break, my mom and I took to a huge bag of corks (are we the only family out there that imbibes copious quantities of wine?) How Evernote Works Like Your Memory: An Interview with Maureen Ritchey, Cognitive Neuroscientist Evernote is designed to work the way your brain does and a few months ago, a neuroscientist named Maureen Ritchey came by our offices to explain exactly why that’s the case. We didn’t want to keep the fascinating information to ourselves, so we asked Maureen to stop by our blog and share some of her knowledge with our users. Thanks, Maureen! What is your background and area of research?

Crafty Summer Series - T-shirt tutorial (results!) It is reveal day! Challenge #1 in the Brassy Apple and friends Crafty Summer Series is T-shirts! What can do you with a t-shirt? How To Make DIY Sequin Art I'm so excited to show ya'll my latest little DIY sequin art I made out of an old piece of thrift store art. Here's what it looked like when I first brought it home. Like a little magenta time capsule straight from 1991. Luckily, it was only a few bucks, and it was a custom framed print with a nice shape and good size mat.

The Happy Housewife – Where Martha Meets Real Life I’ve partnered with Musselman’s to share their Spring into Action Challenge. All opinions are my own. How is your challenge going? 25 more ways of turning pallets into unique pieces of furniture A while ago we showed you an article called “21 ways of turning pallets into unique pieces of furniture” where we enumerated a series of original items you could create using pallets. The list was quite long but definitely not exhaustive and since we’ve received good feedback we decided to continue with a second part of the article where we present you even more unique projects you can create with the help of pallets. We tried to come up with new examples, arranged according to the type of product you can create. Shelves.

GTD Not Working for You? Try Action Method Online Hello there! If you are new here, please consider subscribing to the RSS feed or following us on Twitter to receive site updates. Some of you may have already read our rather detailed how-to on Getting Things Done in Evernote with Only One Notebook — in fact, we are pleasantly surprised on a daily basis by how many people keep reading it… But what if you don’t use Evernote?

DIY Sweater pillows - cozy up! This project is a great way to cozy up your couch in the Winter time! Not only does it add warmth and texture to the room they just inviting. Aren’t they? let’s get started! Materials: Make DIY Colorful 3D Geometric Wall Art Curbly-Original Photo: Brittni Mehlhoff Inspired by an Anthropolgie installation I saw a few months ago, I created a three-dimensional piece of wall art that is easy to install and relatively inexpensive to make (the final budget came in under $50).

Three Simple Tasks and a Green Tea There is not a thing more simplistic in this world than a good cup of tea. Steeped to perfection in a dainty cup you can take it to the quietest spot in the house and just enjoy the moment. I love to sip my tea by the kitchen window or on the tiny little balcony outside my bedroom. I absolutely plan to do this today after our Simple Daily Challenges. Three Simple Tasks: Empty out all the trash cans in the house. 50 Paint Activities: Tools, Methods & Recipes Art ProjectsAll AgesCraft Recipe Painting Resources18 Comments There are so many painting ideas for kids! Painting is such a staple for art activities with most kids. Painting is often the first exposure children have to art. Which isn’t surprising. There’s a million different ways to do it!

How to Finish Your Work, One Bite at a Time “How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time.” If you’ve ever ran more than a few miles, you probably understand why you need to pace yourself. Ric Rac, Burlap, and Felt accessories in 15 minutes For some reason, when it comes to autumn, I HAVE to dress in autumn colors. I look at my closet and can’t fight the feelin’ to wear warm, fun, seasonal colors. I also love accessorizing in the fall.

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