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5 Simple Projects to Get Organized

Whether you have kids heading back to school or not; the end of summer and early fall is a good time to get a few things organized. Especially since the busy holiday season will be here before we know it.

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#1 I love this stylish and handy little notebook. Chelsea made it for her daughter; but I’d be happy to have one myself. The pocket would be great for so many things {paint samples, shopping lists, coupons, business cards, etc.}.

#2 Susan made this handy library book shelf for her entryway from a wooden crate. A hanging crate like this would also be great for incoming mail and other documents.

#3 If you’ve visited the Etsy shop, you know that I’m a fan of watercolor. So this shopping tote from Creative Cain Cabin {or a whatever-you-need-it-to-be-tote!} with watercolor looks like a fun, weekend project.

#4 Sort through everything that is hanging on your fridge — and then create some washi-tape magnets to make that paper storage a bit prettier!

#5 If you are overwhelmed by all of the artwork, memory and paper storage from school, set up this handy system.

Susan

Wednesday 18th of November 2015

Thanks so much for featuring my library book holder. :)

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Wednesday 18th of November 2015

You are welcome! It is a smart idea :)

Craftivity Designs

Thursday 13th of August 2015

You are welcome! Thanks for stopping by :)

Dawn

Thursday 13th of August 2015

Thanks for showing off my watercolor bag :)

Craftivity Designs

Monday 10th of August 2015

Your welcome! Thanks for stopping by! I do still work as an engineer; but it is from home -- part time and contracted... so the blog is my hobby, for now anyway :)

Jenn @ EngineerMommy

Monday 10th of August 2015

Great list of projects to get organized! Thanks also for featuring my Washi Tape Magnets!!

Do you still work as an engineer? Or are you a full-time blogger?