There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
Visit site
  • Twaddle Pins

    Use those plastic bread tie tabs to label cords in a power strip for easy identification.

  • Designing Life

    Cord Labels? Unless you absolutely have no other options, don't use bread bag closers to label cords. Organized, but at what cost? Please don't.

  • Hannah Gavlik

    We've mentioned using bread bag tags before to label cords, but Make intern, Tyler Moskowite took it to another level and used the common throw away item to identify all of his cords for easy identification. Instead of just plugging in your power cords haphazardly, you can use the bread tags to ensure that only the right ones stay plugged in when you need to. Some power supplies and computer peripherals are energy vampires, so it's a good way to stay on top of thing

  • Danielle Holmes

    Use bread bag plastic thingies to label cords on a power strip - good idea!

  • C Gritts

    Bread clips used to label cords on power strip -- simple and free. GOOD IDEA!

Related Pins

Confirmed borax works wonders!! Make your own liquid plumber - Top 10 Most Creative Household Uses for Borax

fun to paint - would make great gifts for kids - fun to use for spelling words - whimsical fridge decor with magnets - #StoneCrafts #CraftsForKids #Crafts - pb†

I could easily see myself as a professional organizer. I've always been really passionate about having everything in my home have its proper place. Here you will find the 10 most common, essential tools you need in your home to be more organized. Things that will provide you the most bang for your buck.

Closet, Storage, and Office Organizers

10 Christmas DIY projects you can make for less than $10!

10 Paint Secrets: what you never knew about paint (like how to spray paint glass!). This is GREAT!

Initials of the bride and groom in the wedding colors with glitter mason jars as candle holders! This would be cute on the gifts table #bridal #shower

Good places to check for mold are under sinks, in your basement and just anywhere that may have retained moisture at some point. If you find it, you can easily remove it with regular vinegar.

Keep cords out of sight. Nothing will taint your beautiful workspace like a tangle of cords. To keep loose cords at bay, take this tip from Martha Stewart: Feed cords though a hole drilled in your desk, and mount a surge protector on the underside. Or, if you’d rather manage cords sans any permanent damage to your furniture, use Velcro strips or zip ties to secure them into an organized cluster.