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Branch necklace holder {tutorial}

Branch necklace holder {tutorial}
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How to organize a kitchen (with a door!) I officially love the door organizer. But, now with the magnetic knife addition and some re- organizing, I really, really love it. I’m seriously considering open kitchen shelving in my future home. It makes putting things away so simple. Here is the original how to organize a kitchen on a door post. Fun game, right? magnetic knife striptake out menus in the wire caddy- we love the easy accessre arranged the measuring cups, pot holder, wire baskets, hooks to fit in the magnetic knife strip The magnetic knife strip was the reason for all of the changes. #7 on the make this kitchen usable list was clean out the dresser. The door got a little clearner with out teh knives and take out menus… but it’s not perfect yet. Diagonal won out. This picture basically just proves we’re nuts. With knife strip secured, I stuck the knives on and moved everything else around. The kitchen to-do list is slowly but surely getting tackled. One last look at the whole door since I think she’s so cute…

7 Ideas For Storing and Organizing Your Beauty Loot Like a Champ: Girls in the Beauty Department: Beauty Oh, Pinterest, that loveable holder of great ideas—it's full of inspiration that'll get your beauty loot under control. Here are a few you can steal! Genius idea 1: Use Ikea spice racks for you to hold your hair supplies: Source: suiterevival.blogspot.com via Beth on Pinterest Genius idea 2: Hang a jewelry box on the wall and tuck all sorts of stuff in it. Source: shelterness.com via Beth on Pinterest Genius idea 3: Use pretty cake stands to stack everything up. Source: thiscasita.com via Beth on Pinterest Genius idea 4: Use a magazine holder to hold your hairdryer. Source: thesuels.blogspot.com via Beth on Pinterest Genius idea 5: Put the inside of your medicine cabinet to work. Source: homedit.com via Beth on Pinterest Genius idea 6: Use an office supplies holder to keep things at hand. Source: storagegeek.tumblr.com via Beth on Pinterest Genius idea 7: Create a magnetic board (and glue magnets to the back of your makeup). Source: kandeej.com via Beth on Pinterest Life-changing, I tell you.

Sunglass Solution Share this image Share It Pin It I have quite a few sunglasses, but I can never keep track of them since they're always strewn about in random spots throughout my place. {Figure out the general layout - I liked four frames per wire} {Measure where to make the first hole and mark with the pencil} {Use the ice pick to create a small hole} {Twist the screw eye into the hole until it's in place} {Secure the wire by twisting around the screw eye} {Pull the wire so that it's very taut and secure on the other end} {Hang sunglasses and display} Acute Designs: diy - vintage jewelry stand diy - vintage jewelry stand I think 2013 is the year I am going to get organized. I just can't stop organizing everything. Sometimes my organization projects create even bigger messes than I began with, but we won't talk about that.....A few weeks ago, it was my endless supply of ribbon and my packaging materials {which I organized in this Ikea cart} and this week it is my jewelry.I have so many little dishes that I use for rings, hairpins, earrings, etc but they were crowding the top of my bookshelf and I was running out of room.I stopped by the Salvation Army last week {on 40% off day!} and bought a few brass candle sticks and two small vintage plates. I love it!

Garment Rack D.I.Y. Looking for a budget friendly way to create garment racks for your home? Today Rachel shares her D.I.Y. method... You'll Need: Two 1/2" x 60" black steel pipes, Two 1/2" x 48" black steel pipes, Four 1/2" x 8" black steel pipe nipples, Two 1/2" x 2 1/2" black steel pipe nipples, Six 1/2" x 1 1/2" black steel pipe nipples, Six 1/2" black tees, Four 1/2" black 90 degree elbows, Four 1/2" galvinized floor flanges, Two 1/2" black steel end caps, 1 can of black spray paint (optional) and Work gloves. *Note: My supplies cost around $70-$80. Preparation: Spray paint your floor flanges black to make it consistent with the rest of the pieces. One: Group your small pieces for easier assembly. If you plan on transporting your garment rack to events or are moving houses, just unscrew the bases, the bottom 4' pipe, and the two 6' pipes.

7 Nifty Ways To Hang And Organize Things I have been bitten by the organizing bug. It all started since moving with only five boxes (really should do a post on that, life changing!). I have learned that it is much easier to organize when you have less stuff. Much more fun too! I found some pretty genius ideas on Pinterest that I had to share. Be sure to click on over to the posts, as most have more great ideas :). You scrappers are going to love this idea! Hang magazines and newspaper from pretty clothes hangers from Better Home And Gardens – they have an entire slideshow of organization ideas! How about you, any great ideas for organizing? Happy Monday friends, here’s to a great week! ~Destri

25 Beautiful DIY Ways to Store Jewelry By Jaime Morrison Curtis | Jewelry and organization were two words that didn’t get along with me very well. I really tried to be better about it, but it was always too easy to set earrings on the counter, a bracelet on the craft table and toss a necklace in my purse. Before I knew it I had lost most of my favorite pieces because I had put them in a perfect place where I won’t forget it. nggallery id=’122387′ In a Book I'd like an entire library of these. In a Frame Use an old frame to display your necklaces and earrings. On a Bust Customized a bust to look like you. In a Tray Follow these easy steps to turn a wood tray and spools into a handy jewelry storage. Tea Cups Keep your jewelry drawer organized by using pretty tea cups and saucers. In a Drawer Use an old vintage drawer as a way to display jewelry in your home. Like Jaime on Facebook Follow Jaime on Twitter 25 Beautifully Organized Closets That Will Inspire You Living Large: The 25 Biggest (and Most Expensive) Houses in the World

Tutorial: Scarf or Belt Closet Hanger Home » $5 and Under, Accessories, cheap crafts, Headline, Tutorials 24 July 2013 7,841 views 5 Comments by summer I love scarves. Project estimate: 2 wall hook racks, $2Velvet hanger (2 pack), $1Zip ties, on hand or $1Scissors, on hand Total: $3.00 and up This will be the easiest craft you will ever make and will have the biggest impact on your organization in your closet. Continuing securing with zip ties on the top and bottom. That's it! Disclosure: this article may contain affiliate links or other forms of sponsored content. How to Kick Your Clutter Habit and Live in a Clean House Once and For All I've done the scanning bit with clothing, with books, with greeting cards, and with all sorts of odd things that look interesting but I do not need to own anymore. At this stage in my life I am not ready to part with photo originals, except the lousy ones that are out of focus, but soon the double prints will go. some serial killers like to take photos of the people before they chop them up. that way theyll always be with them and they can look at them lovingly when they want I've totally done this many times.

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