Lindsay Satmary | Blogger at Paperclips & Pacis

Tue, 07 Mar 2017 02:25:18 +0000

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    DIY Quick and Easy Storage Shelving using dollar store crates. Great for kids' rooms! Creative Ideas Quirky Ideas

    I never thought of covering a plastic tote with fabric and adding feet!

    Sam here from Thrive 360 Living. I’m excited to share with you a special space in our home that has become a favorite creative area for my son. While I love crafting with my son at our kitchen table, it was important for me to make a creative space for him that’s all his own now that he’s getting older. I had three goals in mind when creating his space, which I’ll share with you below to help you create your own craft space.

    11 Awesome Ways to Repurpose an Empty Cardboard Box

    Plastic Refrigerator Dividers: Okay, so this isn’t exactly your pantry… but your fridge needs some love too! Spruce up your overcrowded fridge or pantry with simple, clean plastic bins that still let you clearly see what you have in stock.

    Put outfits in for each day of the week. Makes getting ready for school a lot easier for the little ones

    Genius Hacks for an Organized Bathroom | Tips and Tricks for stress-free mornings with kids - perfect for getting them into a back-to-school routine!

    Dollar Store Organizing Ideas For The Bedroom - Cheap and easy diy projects and ways to organize a girls room, make up and other accessories that will surely help you out while making your home decor look even better. These Dollar Store Crafts are the best!

    Baby closet goals.

    ******this one really appeals to me....... Kids closet

    My youngest daughter was just about to transition out of her crib and into her big girl bed like her older sister. They were both growing up so fast I wanted to give them a bedroom makeover that encompassed everything they loved to do at this stage in their life. Playing dress up, having tea parties and of course being a fairy princess. I sat down with my older daughter who is 4 and we put together the most awesome To do list of anything our little minds could come up with. Riding unicorns an...