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Tips No. 73. An unexpected way to use a magazine holder.Do you like frozen foods? Frozen vegetables, fruits, fish, nuts, etc. But these bags are scattered all over your freezer and it is difficult to find what you need. Have you ever had that painful moment when you open your freezer and some heavy item falls down on your toe? If you had that "ouch" experience, you know that you have to reorganize your freezer.You can use your old magazine holders to store bagged frozen foods. You can add labels and take your task to the next level. And from now on, when you want to find some frozen food, you will always know where it is. Lovely!
Tips No. 128. A fun way to organize trinkets.Girls love trinkets. Earrings, bracelets, necklace, etc. Yours or your daughter’s costume jewelry deserves a special "home". However, it does not have to be an expensive box or jewelry holder. You can use mason jars! You can also add some labels to group your jewelry. Then, you can paint your jars, wrap a fancy ribbon around them, add lace and tinsels. You will have great and inexpensive jewelry storage. At the same time, you will have fun decorating your jars.
Tips No. 302. Corner cubby system – you’re ready to get organized!Make advantage of every corner of kids’ playroom using simple cubby system. Corral toys and other small playthings in wicker baskets; then, put them into your cubby storage. Open cubbies are perfect storage and display for different games, plush toys, artwork, etc. Choose from different colors and styles to coordinate your cubby system with your existing furnishings. Teach your kids the value of the right organization and beautiful room!