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Thrifty & easy organization of old photographs. Get those photos out of storage and out where you can enjoy your memories!

How To Organize Old Photographs -

Simply ingenious idea for making bobbin covers - no more spiderwebs of thread. Uses clear Flexible Tubing, from the plumbing aisle at your home improvement store. Look for the clear one that is 3/4″ on the outside and 1/2″ diameter on the inside.

Tutorial Tuesday: DIY Bobbin Clips - Schlosser Designs | Blog

DIY Hat Storage: Take a piece of twine and some metal art clips (the kind with holes in the top). Tie art clips about a foot apart on the twine, hang it from the wall or ceiling and attach your hats.

simple storage solutions: hang your hat - Monaluna

Martha and an audience member attempt to properly fold a fitted sheet.

Store bras on a single hanger to save space and keep them from getting bent out of shape. & 17 Hacks Every Bra Wearer Should Know

17 Hacks Every Bra Wearer Should Know

40 Days of Organization: The idea is to get your house deep cleaned and organized without feeling overwhelmed. It's just one thing everyday - and hopefully that one thing won't take you more than an hour.

Officially Different: 40 Days of Organization

Got containers? this is a good tip for when you're working on a new project. Thanks Sewlicious Home Decor!

Sew Organized Dollar Store Cup to Yarn Container

52 Meticulous Organizing Tips For The OCD Person In You - very cool tips!!

52 Meticulous Organizing Tips For The OCD Person In You

Add a corner rod for planning outfits or what to wear the next day. Clever for those wasted corner spaces.

Storage bench turned file storage. Originally from Martha Stewart. This is a really neat idea if you don't have a lot of space but need to store files. This is better than having a bunch of file boxes because you can still sit on the bench. This works if you don't have a dedicated space in your home for an office, but could also work in a small home office that might need extra seating. LOVE! ❤

Handi Quilter HQ quilting tip of the day: Do you need a way to easily store your growing stash of bobbins? This tip came from Carrie Dugan, from the Texas Machine Quilting Store. Simply use a clean ice cube tray. Each cubbie holds three bobbins, meaning the typical tray can hold 48 bobbins. Just add more trays and stack them for efficient storage. How do you store your bobbins?

Buy white counter corner tiles a Lowe's for $1.89/ea and use dry erase markers to label food for parties and use them again and again!

Certified Professional Organizer who shows individuals how to become more organized and productive on a daily basis by setting up systems that work for their own organizing style.