WOW! Our corners of the blogosphere–not to mention our homes–are about to become a lot more organized thanks to the projects entered into this week’s challenge, Organization Ideas. We think you covered all of the bases when it comes to corralling chaos. From bedrooms to laundry rooms, buckets to baskets, memo boards to closet makeovers, your ways to organize every nook and cranny of a home were phenomenal. We’re motivated and inspired by your ideas.
Images: Deliciously Organized
Mique raved about your ideas! Here’s what she said:
“I could not have been picked for a better week for the CSI Project! I am in major need of organizational help and this link up has blown me away. Everyone has inspired me to tackle each part of my life. I especially love all the repurposed and inexpensive projects. I am amazed at the talented group of organized people that linked up! Thanks everyone- even though you made my job as judge very tough.
“I also feel lucky to have been on a week with Little Penelope Lane. Sarah is a vendor at the Queen Bee Market and the *sweetest* person ever. She is wonderful- so happy to share this space with her!!!”
We’re happy Sarah joined us this week, too, Mique! And we know all of our readers are anxious to see who won the giveaway sponsored by Little Penelope Lane. We’ll tell you after we announce the winner and favorites of this week’s challenge. Mique offered lovely compliments to each of the projects she picked, so we’re sharing those below in italics.
#104 Sewing Corner from The 36th Avenue
#20 Magnetic Command Center from Landee See, Landee Do
She took a dysfunctional space and turned it into a beautiful, well oiled command center. I only wish I had this spot in my kitchen so I could do the same!
#90 Storage bins from Southern Lovely
Inexpensive use of space and products. Who doesn’t love spray paint and fabric? The end result of these bins is fantastic!
#121 Organizing Coupons from Happy Go Lucky
I admit- I am a closet couponer. And I just love this easy idea on how to organize them. Easy & inexpensive= win/win.
#10 Family Room Cabinets from Organizing Made Fun
This is something that we struggle with and I love the clever solutions she came up with. Eye hooks when you don’t have a shelf? Genius!
#81 Slender wall mounted book case from The Ivy Cottage
Such an impressive tutorial! I would love to take this project on and make bookcases on every wall of my house. First I have to get over my fear of power tools.
#35 Cord Control from Organize & Decorate Everything
Because I don’t know a single family that doesn’t suffer from out of control cord chaos.
#110 Job Charts You Can Wear from A Trip to Holland
Smart, easy idea for job charts. I’m always looking for another way to encourage my kids to do their jobs.
#74 Organizing the Junk Drawer from Polish the Stars
Another problem area: the junk drawer. Or in my case, drawerS. Great ideas to make banish junk drawers.
#62 Organizing kiddos coloring table from Scissors & Spatulas
Awesome, inexpensive way to show art supplies in a cute way. Fabulous!
#42 Organize Everything Craft Room from Clean & Scentsible
What an UNBELIEVABLE transformation. I adore it- the way it’s set up, the stenciled wall, every.single.thing. Jenn constantly inspires me with your organizational skills. I want to be like her someday.
The CSI Girls selected their favorite projects from the challenge, too.
#4 Dream Closet Makeover from 5 Days…5 Ways
#31 Knockoff Wall Pockets from Choose to Thrive
Congratulations, winners! You can get your feature buttons HERE.
Now it’s time to announce the winner from our randomly drawn giveaway, sponsored by Little Penelope Lane. The lucky winner of a $40 shop credit is:
#109 Ribbon Organization from Alabama Slacker Mama
Thanks to all of those who shared their fantastic ideas with us. Once again, you’ve inspired us with your creativity! Please join us next week for some makeover magic during our newest challenge:
Images: Craft Gossip Home and Garden
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