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The 1-minute de-clutter trick. Try it.
CDs and DVDs can be recycled at Best Buy. If you're worried about the data on them, just scratch them up! Read the adventures of An Exacting Life and how they found this easy waste solution.
Have a few too many ornaments hanging around? Make a vintage ornament wreath.
Test tubes can make excellent storage for small beads and buttons.
Denim fabric baskets are easy and will help you organize.
Create a magnetic bulletin board using an old headboard and galvanized metal.
Turn cereal boxes into pretty drawer organizers.
Store your cables in old CD spindles.
Bobby pins on a magnetic strip in a drawer. Smart.
Label your glass drink bottles to store your everyday items.
At Nefotlak there's a tutorial for a hair station/organizer made of jars and knobs.
Family Handyman uses scrap wood for all sorts of hanging brackets.
Looking for ideas to organize your growing craft supplies? Better Homes has some inspiration for you.
Repurpose cereal boxes into desk organizers.
Even boxes for copy paper can be prettied up for storage.
Clever reuse and storage bin ideas for the garage.
Use a plate stand as an organizer to free-up space on the bathroom counter.
Two tall bookshelves on their sides make great benches with built-in storage underneath.
Dish drainers can make great office organizers.
Can't remember what's in your drawers? Glue some on the outside as a reminder.
Here's a tutorial for upcycling an old shutter into a pin board organizer.
Gallon milk jugs make nifty small toy holders and promote easy pick-up for busy Earthlings.
An old spice rack can make a lovely button storage shelf for the craft room.
Repurpose a shoe box so it tames your cords for charging.