organize crafts and sewing.
A vintage jar, outfitted with a handmade pincushion cap, makes a perfect place for storing sewing supplies like thread, a seam ripper, and needles on top. The contents of the sewing jar are easy to see, so sewing supplies are easy to find. A sweet touch—the twisted blue and white butchers twine wrapped around the neck of the jar and threaded with a dainty button second photo from top. My sister made this pin cushion jar as a special handmade gift to our sew happy little girl. A perfectly pretty place to keep spools and things, ready for her next sewing project.
I use vintage, glass-top jars—an inexpensive treasured find. My jars are so much prettier than the packages food comes in, and they are practical storage for the grains I buy in bulk. A simple labeled jar, filled with homemade granola or cookies, makes a welcome gift for a friend too.
organize your home office.
Label file drawers and file folders to make your life's work and necessities easy-to-find.
I keep our photos in archival photo sleeves. The special acid-free paper envelopes protect our cherished memories. We select several special photographs to share in my handmade photo albums labeled neatly with their treasured contents. I use archival papers and glue to make my photos albums too.
Sort, minimize, then organize. Party supplies and out-of-season or children's clothing are neatly put away in clear storage bins. Buying one type of bin, makes them more stackable. My bins match, with white lids and transparent bottoms, making my storage space look neat and organized. I can see at a glance what is inside, through the clear sides and with our label printables. ©heather cahoon • you make do™
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