Getting organized.
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four buckets are stacked on top of each other in front of a wall with the words chalk toys
Organizing Outside Toys
Use galvanized tubs to organize small outside toys!
several glass jars filled with different types of candies and other items on a counter
Use glass containers from your local Goodwill to organize anything like your jewelry and makeup!
two baskets filled with potatoes and onions on top of a counter next to an oven
Organize your pantry with baskets and labels! Goodwill of East Texas is a great place to search for organizing containers that can be used in any room of your home!
a person holding a red umbrella with many colored cords attached to it's handle
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Organize hair ties and keep them from laying all around the house!
a table topped with lots of jewelry and a lamp
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Use frames found at your local Goodwill and use them to organize your accessories. Take the glass out and put scrapbook paper on the back of cork board and place inside the frame. Use tacks as hangers for your jewelry!
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Use the tags from bread bags to label your plugs so you can stay organized!
a dresser with flowers and jewelry on it
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If your are lacking space use your walls to organize and display your jewelry! It's just as simple as putting nails or tacks into the wall!
two pictures with different types of pens and pencils in them, one has an empty cup on it
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Use tin cans for organizing craft supplies and glue scrapbook paper to the outside to make it look nice!
a wreath made out of washi tapes on a wooden table
Unwind a metal hanger and twist it until it forms a circle and use it to store ribbons!
there is a pink shelf with many items on it and a painting above the shelf
Pretty Organized
Organize your craft studio / workspace: picture ledge with rail underneath to hold ribbons or string
an organized classroom area with baskets and toys
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If you're a teacher is easy to stay unorganized, but there are always simple and easy solutions like using different colored baskets to organize kids things!
some plastic bags and pencils are hanging on the wall next to other school supplies
Hanging shoe racks are great for storing a variety of things like art supplies for your kiddos! This is a great way to keep things organized and easily accessible for your kids year round!