Saturday, August 20, 2011

Weekend Wrap-Up {Organization}

This wrap-up is dedicated to all the crazy neat freaks out there like myself that get a warm, tingly feeling inside when they get a new idea for keeping life in order. If you think I'm bad now, you should have seen me in full force nesting while Baby A was cookin'. We moved during that time so my home got organized, packed up in boxes, unpacked, and organized again into different boxes. Yep, poor hubby. Mess Management is how one of my featured blogger refers to the madness. Love it!!



10 Rooms Design
Is this amazing or what?! Anne Marie used jewelry as art in her daughter's room. How brilliant is her designer-daughter-in-the-making because she styled it herself. Gorgeous and creative. Now I can't wait to see the rest of the room when she is finished making it her own.
 

Sunla Designs
  This is ribbon organization at its best and is just 1 of the 2 shelves she has full!  Anything organized ROYGBIV style makes my heart race faster. Reminds me of the shelves at Hobby Lobby or... my closet.

Paper Roll Pencil Organizer
 What a crafty idea for storing pencils, and crayons for kiddos. Hani came up with this fun craft for kids by repurposing paper rolls. The items stay organized and she's able to teach her son the concept of sorting items.


Hoosier Homemade
This homework box is nifty if you have school aged kiddos. How easy is it to whip out the whole supply box when they need tools for homework time?!


3 comments:

  1. Thanks for the mention, Megan! Tash is well on her way to becoming a stylist! Love that wall of ribbon - just makes you want to wrap something, doesn't it?!! Clever kids storage ideas, having everything at their fingertips makes it so much easier. Have a great weekend!

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  2. I love the idea of the jewelry organizor doubling as art! I am on a mission to re-create it! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Wow, what great ideas! I really need to get more organised after seeing this post!

    Best wishes and happy weekend,
    Natasha.

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