a lover of supplies from art & craft shops, fabric, habidashery & natural things.. not very organised, not a lover of cleaning & tidying and in the habit of losing things.. today i found a way to organise some stuff.
do you have any good storage ideas?
Those jars look awesome! Well done you for being so organised. Amy xReplyDelete
I love glass canisters, especially those from Ikea! Your new header is gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Oh Cheryl you've nailed it. I'm off to Ikea this week so looks like I'm buying some jars as well!!!ReplyDelete
Have a great week ma'am!!!!
Great idea, and it looks gorgeous !! :)ReplyDelete
Just the inspiration I need to tackle an organizing project in the morning with coffee in hand! You did a beautiful job.ReplyDelete
Great idea, I love the jars! I'm trying to get my creative space organized this month!!! I have a fabric skirt on my desk and behind that are bins with drawers for supply storage. Thanks for the pretty inspiration!ReplyDelete
I'm impressed! I've got lots of glass jars that I've saved over the past few months waiting for oranges to get cheap (which they are now) to make marmalade (which probably won't happen) so this could definately work for me without me even buying any - and if I can get my hubby to up his coffee intake there's a fabulous big jar just begging to be useful again instead of going in the recycling :)ReplyDelete
hi norma! it's always good to keep jars..you never know when they'll come in handy ; ) i didn't have to buy any either. i cleaned out the pantry and found i had lots of empty jars and out of date stuff. good luck with your organising.ReplyDelete
Getting organised always makes me feel so much better about my life :)ReplyDelete
Looks very nice.
I love to organize! Yours are so pretty you will want to do crafts.ReplyDelete
I use small porcelain toothbrush holders to hold pens and pencils on my desk - much prettier than your typical pen or pencil holder. They also make cute vases.
I love putting things in glass bottles/jars. They look so pretty. Visiting from Between Naps on the Porch :)ReplyDelete
Very clever and pretty. I'm missing so much at Ikea. Gotta get down to it.ReplyDelete
I do love those IKEA jars and the way you have whipped your craft space into shape. Your pictures are first-rate as well. Thanks for such good ideas and the motivation to become orderly in the new year.ReplyDelete
Love the look of the clear jars. Makes it so easy to see what is inside and what supplies you may be running low on! Thanks for sharing your great organizing tips!ReplyDelete
i have those jars from IKEA too, and use them to store all kinds of things. love the display you have created- soo pretty and practical. love all your posts ;) Kate xReplyDelete
I LOVE those IKEA jars too. It looks fab :) xReplyDelete
Wow - you've nailed it! Ribbons in jars - I'm stealing that one ;) xReplyDelete
That's an inspiration... simple & pretty! I made my way to IKEA right now!!ReplyDelete
Love!!! I love those jars and need to pick some up I think.ReplyDelete
Love all the jars... makes everything look so neat.ReplyDelete
Well done and beautiful.ReplyDelete
LOL! I just wrote about being UN-organized so I'm no help at all. Looks like you have everything done beautifully. I love those IKEA jars, I have one large one but need many more to clean up my pantry.ReplyDelete
Hope you have a lovely week, Cheryl.
I just love the LOOK of this project! Your pictures are inspiring and just plain lovely.ReplyDelete
I may be forced to go to IKEA.
Soooo pretty. Thanks for joining Wow.ReplyDelete
Really pretty, I became a follower too!ReplyDelete
Your jars make a beautiful display of stuff! Love it. Warmly, LindaReplyDelete
Great job on organizing your things. The jars look great. I use jars & all kinds of different things to organize, especially in my studio. Would love to have you visit my blog sometime.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful way to organize! Love those jars!ReplyDelete
Chic and Organized...two words have never looked so pretty working together :DReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing today :D
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Really cute blog.....Just signed up:)ReplyDelete
ahhh gorgeous - so fresh & crisp - love it!ReplyDelete
c'mon by for a visit anytime! linky party going on now!
Now that looks great. Easy to find what you need....for me getting my craftroom organized would consist of pulling up a dumpster outside and opening the window. LOL...to much stuff.ReplyDelete
Sadly I have about 30 large plastic containers under the house full of my craft stuff that has no place in the house. It's a nightmare. I wish I had a dedicated craft/wrapping/sewing room where it could all be beautifully arranged and displayed and easily accessed. Then I'd be in there every day being creative and having a wonderful time.ReplyDelete
NOT ONLY IS THE ORGANIZED IT IS SUPER CUTE!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! Pinning this. Your photography is gorgeous. Glad to find you on the French Country Cottage link up :)ReplyDelete
It's incredible how beautiful things look once placed in simple jars.ReplyDelete
Looks good! Thank you for joining me at Home Sweet Home!ReplyDelete
I love the look of those prettily filled jars - such a great idea! Your fabrics there are lovely too - I adore those striped ones. Would love to find something similar myself for some cushions I'm making.ReplyDelete
Love it. I love the glass jars and how you organized them. Great job. I am in the midst of organizing my craft/guest room. And you have given me some wonderful ideas. Love it.ReplyDelete
love this- well doneReplyDelete
I love how you said it all in pictures! Those jars are wonderful....I must check Ikea! Nice little bit of inspiration - thank you. :)ReplyDelete
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