When Debbie offered to bring all her best buttons, ribbons and cardstock to a holiday card-making party at Sheri’s, she underestimated the challenge of bringing her prized crafty collection up three flights of stairs to Sheri’s apartment. First of all, her craft supplies were in shambles – mostly beat-up bags and containers with who-knows-what in […]
The secret to happiness is a clean work space. Learn how to organize every room in your home with these organizational crafts.
Homes come in all shapes and sizes. Some people live in apartments, some in trailer homes, or some in large town houses. I happen to live in an old brick house with radiator heating and no air conditioning. It’s ok though, we have windows. Every house, regardless of shape or size, has those awkward spaces […]
Dorm rooms are a challenge to furnish and decorate. Why? Well, they can be a little cramped. Despite the small space, you still want to make sure that all the essentials are there to ensure a comfortable and organized living space. So, to help you out, we’ve collected a few of our best dorm room […]
The first few weeks of warm weather are certainly a great time to organize your home. All that sunshine makes you want to spruce things up. The thing about sunshine, though, is that it also makes you want to go outside and enjoy your life. Don’t get stuck scrubbing and dusting while there’s a wonderfully […]
This post is brought to you by Martha Bonneau from MugsyBoo. The planner craze is sweeping the paper crafting world. Every day I notice more and more embellished planners and planner pages popping up in my social media feeds. In addition, several traditional scrapbook paper/embellishment manufacturers debuted planners in their lineup of products at this […]
This post is brought to you by Martha Bonneau from Mugsyboo. For the past few weeks my craft room has seen a flurry of holiday crafting. From making cards, documenting our December in my pocket page album, and creating and embellishing gift wrap, there is paper everywhere. And tools are everywhere. And scraps are everywhere. […]