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How To Clean And Organize Your Pantry

Store wrapping paper in a garment bag hung in your closet

Have a basket for each meal for the week just grab a basket and start cooking

Hanging picture frames

picture hanging tip

why don't I already do this? Put User Manuals in a 3 ring binder with their receipts.... And get them out that junk drawer!!

The Organized Pantry

Glue a magnet to the bottom of the hammer so you don't have to hold nails in your mouth while hanging pictures.

Spaghetti canister for cupcake wrappers! Such a great idea. Mine are always a mess!

I have been buying Sephora daily sanitizer and shampoo for my brushes for years, spending ungodly amounts of money on products that I feel are subpar. I just did this to my brushes and not only did they get cleaner then Sephora shampoo but it also took a third of the time!!

Writing a message on a cake? Write it with a toothpick first to make sure all the letters fit (and if you make a mistake, just smooth it out and try again). Oh my, this is genius!

Tic Tac Bobby Pin Caddy: Bobby pins fit perfectly inside these little containers and the snap in place lid will keep them there. No more digging all over your purse for a bobby pin!

DIY Hat Organizer!! Need to do this!

House Dressing Style: DIY: $1 Hat Organizer

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30 Organization Tips, Tricks and Ideas That Will Make You Go Ah-ha!

The 100 Best iPad Apps.

Resume - Gets more attention! I might need this someday

"Life Binder:" One binder for each family member's important documents (for the "25 Documents You Need") Need to do this

Tips for decluttering your home so you can find you path to peace. (Series from Home Storage Solutions 101)

Amazing Grout Cleaner. 7 c water, 1/2 c baking soda, 1/3 c ammonia, 1/4 c vinegar. Spray on, scrub, wipe off.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

brilliant

If you have trouble keeping your home clean and tidy, help is on the way. Our handy checklists break the process down into workable parts, starting with the chores you ought to tackle daily and working up to weekly, monthly, and seasonal tasks.

glass jars with scoops... I don't know why seeing this makes me so happy, but it does!

Organized ribbons..

Label and tuck your spare buttons, thread samples, cloth tags, and even those scratchy fabric-care labels you snip off garments (or pillows and blankets) into the compartments. It will be a snap to find them later.

toilet paper rolls to keep the wrapping paper from unraveling!!! genius!