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50 Insanely Clever Organizing Ideas

50 Insanely Clever Organizing Ideas
Organizing tips? Yes, please!! Check out these amazing tips and tricks for organizing your entire home. 1. Use a wire shelf to organize rolls of wrapping paper. across the area would work just as well. photo source 2. to the underside of cabinets or shelves to organize all of the little things. 3. to the back of your desk or entertainment center. 4. and you have yourself a rolling storage cart. photo source 5. 6. to organize a child's art center. 7. and some rope you can easily add a second clothing bar to you closet. allowing you to adjust the height as needed 8. to organize and store thread, twine and rope. photo source 9. and use for under-the-bed rolling source unavailable 10. (or screw hooks if you don't mind the holes), hang wire baskets on the back of your closet door to store purses, scarves, and other accessories. 11. 12. to beautify them? photo source 13. on towel bars to take advantage of unused wall space. . 14. above the door for extra bathroom storage. 15. photo source .

How's it Hangin'? A Flop Tutorial I know some of you still have snow on the ground, but for us Floridians summer is already kicking into high gear. And summer means flip flops. Yep, we southern girls have 'em for everything: casual wear, evening wear, 'flops with heels, 'flops with big poofy flowers glued name it. They're cheap impulse buys, so it's easy to accumulate a whole mountain of flip-flops in a single season. But say you don't like the "mountain" storage method. Well, how about this? This was my no-cost solution last year: a left over curtain rod mounted on two shelf brackets, and lots of modified hangers. Now, the fun part is the actual hangers. First, grab a handful of the flimsiest metal hangers you can find in your closet. Cut off the bottom section of the hanger like so: You may need to score the metal with the pliers and then snap it with your hands. Now take your pliers and roll up the two edges, like this: This gets the sharp edges safely out of the way, and also looks kind of cute. And now en masse:

Boutique de décoration pour la maison : accessoire déco, linge de maison, vaisselle, cuisine, meuble How To Do Calla Lily Arrangements (Flower Arranging) Calla Lilies are beautiful flowers which make wonderful arrangements. Watch this clip from VideoJug to learn how to make your own arrangement. Hi. My name is Alexandra Lyons and I'm a master florist. I'm going to share some tips with you on flower arranging. I've placed some stones in here so that it covers the bottom. Calla Lilies are very good to have inside a glass vase, either a globe or a tall one. But I want them straight today. This will hold the lilies upright. The stems, because they're very fleshy, they tend to rot. I'm just going to tie this around here and you just want to start with your shortest one at the bottom because it's difficult to get your hands past once you place the taller ones in. Next, we'll place the middle one in. That's it, and gently place it in. Then put the flower food in also.

si tu as 3 sacs plastique et 10 min, tu peux faire ce diy "poubelle de star"!!!!! et on ne jette surtout rien... - atelier T E Z U K U R I tout est dans le titre... - maman je voudrais une jolie poubelle à côté de mon joli bureau... - ok donne-moi 10 min.! et voilà! DIY des poublelles de star (parce qu'elles se la pète un peu quand même...) 4 sacs que vous couperez en rectangle de même mesure (j'ai laissé les sacs à double pour le mod. plus grand pour plus de rigidité) découper un rond dans un autre sac double pour le fond de votre poubelle. coudre en premier le carton rond entre les 2 feuilles plastiques et ensuite les rectangles à double entre eux afin de pouvoir les coudre sur notre fond. j'ai cousu un peu à "l'arrache" mais le principe est le même q'un vide-poche cylindrique. voilà encore une photo mes belles... et on éteind les projecteurs pour devenir des poublelles très pratiques! bonne création!!!

Vinegar Tips: How to Clean the Bathroom Today I’m excited to show you hot to clean the bathroom using vinegar! #1 Drains: deodorize & unblock I’m sure you’ve all noticed that at times the bathroom drain can stink. If you’re drain has been running a little slower than normal “pour in 1/2 cup of salt followed by 2 cups of boiling white vinegar. #2 Bathtub/Shower To keep the bathtub/shower clean keep a spray bottle of vinegar and a sponge in the shower and spray it down every couple of days. #3 Toilet Bowl To clean the toilet bowl and get rid of that awful water ring, that’s just above the water line, “pour 2 cups of white vinegar into the toilet bowl and let the solution soak overnight before flushing.” #4 Hard water spots “To remove hard water spots from sinks, showers and baths, wipe using a cloth soaked in full-strength vinegar. #5 Jacuzzi tub It’s important to clean jacuzzi tubs and to keep the jets clean and free from bacteria and clogging. #6 Vinyl Floors

Polly's Picks: 45 BEST Home Organizational & Household Tips Tricks & Tutorials - Mrs. Polly Rogers | Decorate, Make, Create! | Mrs. Polly Rogers | Decorate, Make, Create! Polly DIY Stay Tuned! Be the first to hear Polly's fabulous new ideas! Enter your email address: Recent Posts Archives Polly’s Picks: 45 BEST Home Organizational & Household Tips Tricks & Tutorials My next project will be to clean my garage and paint it turquoise—because it’s just plain pretty! 1. #2 How to organize your garage step by step. #3. #4. #5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 9 reasons to always have Epson Salts on hand. 38. 39. 40. 41. 31 Things you can freeze to save time & money. 42. 43. 44. 45. I can do that! 40 Comments Join the conversation and post a comment.

25 Alternative Uses for Fabric-Softener Dryer Sheets 1. Dusting: used dryer sheets can knock the dust off nearly any surface, including furniture, blinds, car interiors, baseboards/molding. Also works for sawdust and drywall compound. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. [Dryer sheets are chemical products, so read the safety label on all your packaging. Love learning other uses for everyday items? Tagged : Laundry, alternative_uses, recycle, cleaning, smell How to Clean Grout Lines I know this can be a tedious task but the good news is that there is a super easy way to clean grout lines! If you didn’t see my original post on cleaning grout you can view it here. Here’s what you will need: 1. Step 1: Start by filing in your grout lines with the bleach pen. Note: When I posted the original post on cleaning grout I had a lot of readers asking me if it is okay to use the bleach pen on colored grout. Step 2: Next let the bleach sit on the grout for approximately 10 minutes. Step 3: Take a sponge and wipe the bleach from the grout. Step 4: Let your grout and tile completely dry and then apply grout sealer according to the directions. It’s easy to apply. Wasn’t that an easy task!? To see one reader’s transformation click HERE.

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How To Organize Your Handbags End the frustration of looking for the handbag to match your outfit by organizing your handbags. Is the top of your closet a pile of accessories? Or is it the bottom of your closet that has your bags stacked? Can't find that special one that you just had to have to match that outfit? Not only will you end the frustration of looking for it but you will also prolong the life of your bag by keeping them neat and easily accessible, they will keep their shape better than being shoved and flatten in your closet. Once you have cleaned and organized your bags it's time to decide where to store them. An area in your closet, on a shelf, on a rack on the floor or hanging.

Products I Use | Shop > Products I Use Kitchen/Pantry Organizing Products DIY Tea/Drawer Organizer I’m a total fan of these! They’re “supposed” to be used for storing socks, panty hose, and/or underwear in dresser drawers. More However, I use them to store tea bags in my kitchen drawer and they work perfectly!!! Slide N’ Stack Organizer This was the very first “pull-out cabinet organizer” I ever purchased. and comes in various sizes. Pull-Out Lid Organizer This pull-out lid organizer keeps all your lids easily accessible (and quiet) instead of being stacked on top of one another. Pull-Out Cabinet Organizer This organizer works great at keeping all the food storage containers organized in the kitchen cabinets. Erasable Food Storage Labels These are the labels I have on my food storage bins in the kitchen. which means you can use them over and over and over! Measures Conversion Magnet I have this on my fridge and I still use it pretty much every time I cook or bake. Teabag Organizer for the Kitchen pans. in place.