7.04.2011

Boxes, Bins, Baskets and More Storage

Recently I received an email asking where I get my boxes, bins, baskets, etc. from.  I decided that I would share  it all in one post.  Be warned tho, this post is loooong, with lots of pictures.  I'm simply going to tell you where I've gotten the item in the photo.

Most of the baskets, bins and storage solutions that I use come from Ikea, Target, Walmart and The Dollar Tree OR I make them myself.  Ross has some great storage solutions, at a great price, as well.
Looking into my pantry:
which consists of Tupperware and Baskets...
 Modular Mates from Tupperware
 Baskets from Ikea 
(unfortunately, they don't have these ones anymore, but they do have some similar)
 Canvas Bins from Walmart, Fred Meyer, Target, etc.
Expandable files from...
Target
more baskets from Ikea
 and more from Ikea (they do have these ones right now)
 bins from Walmart
 bins from either Walmart, 
Target or Fred Meyer
 more from Walmart, Target or Fred Meyer
 Jars from Walmart. Clothespins from The Dollar Tree 
(I can't find the clothespins there anymore... good thing I stocked up.  Does anybody know where a person can find these clothespins?  Do leave a comment below, as there are a lot of people who would LOVE to get some.)
 Baskets from Fred Meyer
 CD Cases from any office supply store
 Walmart or Joann Fabrics
 These ones are from The Dollar Tree
 Organized Trays from Walmart,
Target or any office supply store
 Children's Size Hangers (from anywhere) to store tissue paper
 Pegboard from Lowes or Home Depot
 Canning Jars from any store (these ones are from Walmart)
 Make your own wrapping paper holder with cafe curtain rods
Asker containers from Ikea
 Glass Jars from Walmart and Target
 More Glass Jars from Walmart
 These baskets are from Homegoods
 Dollar Tree
 More Dollar Tree
 Expandable Files from
 Walmart
 can't remember where this one is from.  Either Office Depot, Target or Walmart
 Dollar Tree
 more Dollar Tree
 and MORE Dollar Tree
 Tupperware
 Bed, Bath and Beyond
 This one was custom built by my cabinet guys
Dollar Tree
and they come in different colors.
 Magazine Holders from Ikea
more from Ikea
Expandable File Folders...
 From Walmart
 Key ring hooks from Bed, Bath and Beyond
DIY Everyday Message Board (frame from any store, remove glass, cover with material and personalize.) 

I've also created something similar to my Everyday Message Board that I sell in my shop:
and a piece to keep childrens schedules, homework, etc organized:
Child's Message Center Print. Frame the print and use as a dry erase board.

DIY Mail organizer - Files from Target, Ribbon from Walmart.
 DIY Recipe Box (Box from Craft Warehouse)
 DIY Belt Holder - Plaque from Joann Fabrics, hooks from Walmart
 Canvas bins from Target, Walmart, Fred Meyer (many colors available)
 Box from Target in the gift wrap section
These canvas bins are from Walmart
 metal sand pails from Target
 baskets from Ikea
(you're getting a sneak peek at this post, which is coming soon!)

I make all of my labels.  Some of them are available in my SHOP. I also do Custom Labels too, so if you have something in mind, and you don't see it in my shop, send me an email, (delightfulorder@gmail.com) I could design something for you.

Most of these are from previous posts that I've written.  Search my POST GALLERY to find a particular post.

I have a LOT more storage solutions to show you (like organizing in the playroom, which you've now got a sneak peek of) and organizing in the garage,  the laundry room, my master closet and bathroom, meal planning, binders galore AND TONS more!  So, if you don't follow my blog, feel free to do so, to stay updated on inspiring ways to simplify, create, organize and decorate.

If you have any questions on storage solutions, please do not hesitate to ask.  I DO LOVE hearing from my readers and I'd be DELIGHTED to help in any way that I can.

P.S... if you're still looking for 4th of July Party Ideas, be sure and check out this post:
Wishing you all a Blessed and SAFE 4th of July!!
Linking to some of My Favorite Parties

218 comments:

  1. I am jealous of all your storage and how organized you are! That is fantastic! You may have inspired me!

    Jill of oursevendwarfs.com

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  2. I certainly Do NOT want you to be jealous~ I certainly DO WANT you to be Inspired!!
    :)

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    1. I cannot believe how similar our houses lay out...Now if ONLY I could achieve the organization skills that you have mastered. Amazing! I'd love tips on a linen closet that doubles as a medicine cabinet. I'm so frustrated as to put what where... : |
      Thank you so much for all the wonderful tips!

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  3. Love your idea for storing tissue paper!

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  4. I was scrolling through this post with my jaw open! I love it all! You are an inspiration.
    I am planning to use the glass jars you got from WalMart (the jars you put your ribbon clothes pins in) for some storage, too. Is your ribbon stored in the large or small version of the jar?
    Thanks for being an inspiration!

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  5. I make "clothes-pin" cookies for Christmas. I know how hard those can be to find. Occasionally, they are at the local dollar tree. But not always. Ace hardware has always had them when I needed them.

    Hope that helps!

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    1. what are clothes-pin cookies?

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    2. I was curious, too, so I looked it up..the cookies are made of puff pastry, wrapped around a clothes pin, baked and then filled with your choice of filling. Check Pinterest for some ideas. =)

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    3. amish stores/Lehman's catalog has the clothes pins

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    4. Micheal's carry's the clothes pins.

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    5. got to dollartree.com and order the clothes pins online and whatever else you need and they will ship it to your local store for free and you just print off reciept and pick your items up..great for stocking up! hope that helps

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    6. www.JoAnnFabrics.com has the clothes pins also. I am not sure if they carry them in the stores.

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  6. Very inspiring!! I wish my house was as organized. Thanks for sharing!

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  7. Wow! Love your organization! Really envious, as I am working towards a more organized home and life. However, I must say, that after the first couple photos, I was imagining your house to be enormous! We live in a city townhouse-style home, with basically NO closet space, and I would probably only be able to fit a handful of these ideas into our space. I will have to work on this. It's really hard to be well-organized in a small house with A LOT of stuff. Thanks for the inspiration!

    Nancy

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  8. I love looking back at all these great storage solutions. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. oooo I love how organised your house is...so many great ideas!

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  10. This is mind boggling. How in the world do you find the time to make your home so organized and neat! You are a creative genious in storage. Im so glad I found your blog and am sure I will continue to find more great ideas. Can't wait to see what you do in the future.

    Thanks, Kittysocks

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  11. good gravy! I can't believe how organized you are! Please come home with me [insert puppy dog face]

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    1. I was thinking the same thing!! If only I could "borrow" you for a week.... ok well it may take a little longer :)

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  12. MAGNIFICENT! So much inspiration in one post!

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  13. DELIGHTFUL order, indeed! i get so many ideas from your blog that I always want to reorganize my whole house after reading it. Great post!

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  14. thanks so much for sharing this post--- tons of great storage ideas! I was so excited that we store our medicine the same with our Dollar Tree baskets--- I had to show my husband! He just laughed...... but I was ecstatic! I never even seen that post!! Now if I can just get my linen closet in shape like yours :)

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  15. I am in awe! I would love to do what you have done. I am so impressed. Thanks for the inspiration.

    Heather

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  16. WOW! I am in awe! I especially love the tissue paper idea. That is brilliant.

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  17. Thanks for taking the time to do this post. It is really inspiring. I love your labels. This is a ministry to us moms who need help organizing. Keep it up! {please!}

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  18. Oh.My. I LOVE how organized you are! And I thought I was organized!!! I'm your newest follower! :)

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  19. It's my absolute dream to be this organized! Thanks for the inspiration :)

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  20. I have been looking all over for those clothespins since I first saw your blog. I love your ideas. You are truely an inspiration!

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  21. OMG~ness! this is amazing! I love how everything has a home. you inspire me to be more organized!!!!thanks

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  22. Oh MY! I feel bad for being so unorganized now! lol I love all of your bright storage and baskets! I may find my way to Dollar Tree tomorrow. ;)

    christyscuties.blogspot.com

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  23. How's about this link for the clothespins - not a bad price at all...

    http://www.jackscountrystore.co/woodenroundslottedclothespins.aspx

    Hope that helps :-)


    www.ingenuwitty.com

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  24. I just bought the clothespins at dollar treen here in Michigan. Also Walmart had them

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  25. You have such a lot of great ideas! I stumbled upon your blog and even though I'm organised I am INSPIRED, especially to get all the same baskets in the same colours :)

    Visit me sometime if you'd like to see some SOuth African organising :)

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  26. Wow. That is absolutely amazing! I am inspired to go organize further.

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  27. lovely. i just bought a bunch of plain clothespins from target. 20 or 50 of them for under $2!

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  28. Sorry if you already touched on this, but do you make all those labels yourself? If so, do you have a tutorial for them?

    Also, I LOVE that framed print you have in the 4th of July picture! Did you make that or order it somewhere or something along those lines?

    I just found your blog tonight. I will MOST DEFINITELY be coming back. :-)

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  29. wow wow wow! I cannot wait to get that organized. such cool tips and ideas. Thank you!!

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  30. The first thing I need is a bulldozer and a dump truck. LOL This is incredible!! Thank you for sharing with us!

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  31. Your idea for storage of paper cups/plates are good but didn't see anything for storage of plastic cuttery. Because of storage limitations, we store paper products in a large storage cabinet in the garage, as it is not used often. The exception is toilet paper and paper towels must be kept inside the house. We buy those in bulk or large amount. I would think that the paper products would be better stored in closed containers, that could be stackable and save space. Labels can be placed on end of plastic storage box. I'm finding myself a Dollar Tree Store. You've found some unique storage items there.

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  32. Truly impressed! Got some lovely ideas and inspiration. Thank you!

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  33. JoAnns Fabric carries those clothes pins

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  34. You can also find those clothes pins from Menards.

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  35. I am re-doing my office/business and needed a better way to organize the ribbon to I can easily see it and cut it. I was going through your older post and saw what you did with the cafe rods!!!! I am so happy, this is exactly what I needed. Thank you for your wonderful ideas and sharing them!

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  36. Most are jealous of me and I just don't get it.... until today..... I am jealous of you. I thought I was "on it". (snap as i wave my arm snap)! LOL. But girlfriend you are a talent! Isn't it AWESOME how much easier life is when EVERYTHING is in its place? It takes time to get the family onboard but once they "get it" you are home free! KUDOS my lady KUDOS!!!

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  37. Want to come organize my house?????? Amazing!

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  38. dollar tree has clothes pins..100 per pack

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  39. I thought I was addicted!!!! Thanks for teaching me stuff!!!

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  40. Hobby Lobby is another good place to find the baskets, containers, and clothespins.
    I love working at that store, and can't wait to have my own space to do this with. :)

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  41. Your post just opened my eyes to whole new realm of organization. Thank you for sharing!

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  42. You can get the clothespins at Michaels craft store. Pretty reasonable price and you can use the 40-50% off coupon too!

    Love your organization. It is definitely a gift I wish I had :)

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  43. The key to organization is having a place for everything, like what you have done so well! And the key to it looking so beautiful, as you have also done, is to buy a bunch of storage bins/baskets that are alike. My attempt at organizing happens in spurts, which means that many of my storage containers are mismatched.

    So, does everything in your pantry go in a container?

    Nicely done!

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  44. Just found your page via Pinterest. Will you marry me? Sigh. . . love, love, love your organizing.

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  45. you are a sick sick obsessed woman!! LOL!!! Just kidding, I'm astounded at the level of organization that you have, and can only wish that you would come to my house and do an organizational takeover! haha. Amazing stuff!!

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  46. This is truly beautiful and inspiring. I am new to your blog and wanted to know how/if your family maintains this level of organization alongside you or if you do it all yourself?

    Thanks!

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  47. Great Great question Julie!

    I'm a big believer in everyone doing their part in keeping up a home. I will say it's not always perfect, we do have 6 people in the house, 5 of which are boys. :)

    My husband is so great and he helps tremendously (he's fairly particular and quite organized himself.) I thank God for him! He knew I needed that kind of a man. :)

    Our boys have their chore charts that they work from and they do do their part. Not always willingly or without reminder, but they do the chores.

    Yesterday, I decided that we were going to have a family cleaning day and actually got my boys involved in the dusting, vacuuming and washing windows part. I've always done that part of the cleaning, but having them all pitch in was lovely. We got the whole house clean in no time flat. Of course, I had to go over and re-dust a few areas, but they really did do a pretty good job. My boys ages are 11, 9, 8 and 3 (but of course, the 3 year old didn't do too much, other than think he was helping. ;)

    I did tell my boys that there will be a Saturday chore added to their charts soon, which will involve dusting, vacuuming and window washing, because I decided that I simply just can't do it all by myself forever.

    Hope this helps,

    DaNita

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  48. My husband and I added the skinny spice pull out to a pre-existing skinny cabinet. You can get them from Lowe's unfaced and attach a pre-existing door front to it! :) Thanks for inspiring me to do some cleaning out and rearranging!

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    1. Seriously? I am checking out lowes now! Thanks so much! :)

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  49. Thank you! This is the first Organization blog that I have actually found helpful! You are amazing! I wish i could hire you to come make sense of my house!

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  50. If my home were half as organized I'd feel accomplished lol.

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  51. I've bought the clothespins at Ace Hardware, Michael's and JoAnn's Fabrics

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  52. Hi DaNita - -I love your labels that you design. Can you tell me where you purchase the circle label sheets to print on?

    Thanks!

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  53. I am so inspired by your organization! I've made some strides, but I'm still a long distance behind you. I'll have to keep these ideas in mind as I keep working toward my goal.

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  54. The large glass jars you used for laundry soap you can also get from the Anchor Hocking website(www.anchorhocking.com)for a really great price. They were actually cheaper than Walmart at the holiday time, and you can usually find online coupon codes for free shipping. They have tons of other glass container styles too! Just thought I'd pass on the info! Thanks for sharing all the tips to organizing!

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  55. I definitely need some garage storage ideas, can't wait to see yours!

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  56. I have SO enjoyed this post! To get all the info from someone SO organized who also shops @ the dollar store is great for those of us who aspire to be so organized AND have limited budgets. And why spend any more than you have to, regardless of your budget, right??? I've seen a similar clothespin to the one you are looking for @ Oriental Trading, $5.25/50. They are a flat version, but same concept so I think they would work as a substitute at least! http://www.orientaltrading.com/no-roll-clothespins-a2-48_9395-12-1.fltr?Ntt=clothes+pin

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  57. What exactly is stored in the CD cases?

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    1. I think it is patterns for a vinyl design cutter like a cricut.

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  58. I have found those clothes pins at JoAnn's Fabric..LOVE how organized you are!

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  59. AWESOME !! I've NEVER seen any organization done like this before ! Was curious to know if you bought alot at one time or gradually increased? You are truly an Organizing Goddess!!!

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  60. It's a gradual process. I've been slowly organizing different spaces over the years, and I buy as I go.

    Thanks,
    DaNita

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  61. I need you to spend the weekend at my house and help me!!

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  62. You are an inspiration! You have some of the most fantastic ideas! Please keep posting stuff!

    Jennifer in Texas

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  63. i'm a new follower and OMG the child hanger with tissue paper is a seriously brilliant idea!

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  64. Go to Dollar Tree.com and you can find the pins there. But you have to buy in bulk. If you have it shipped to your nearest store its free shipping.
    Susan in Texas

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  65. Very creative and cool storage!

    Mind to share how you make and organize them?hehe:)

    Thanks!

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  66. Clothespins can be found at craft stores like Jo-Ann, Michael's, AC Moore.

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  67. I don't know if someone already said this, but I've bought the clothes pins at Hobby Lobby. Thanks for the inspiration

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  68. I found the clothes pegs at Menards for about 3.50/50 pieces

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  69. Oh my god! This is exactly what I've been working toward for my home! Thank you so much for posting, I'll be sure to steal more than a couple of these ideas.

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  70. Thank you for this post. It definitely gives me a heads up on what to look at for when I finally snap, kick everyone out for a weekend, and start to organize everything.

    You named off all the stores I already go to often,(except for ikea, that one is a 45 min. drive), don't know why I hadn't considered any of these items before.

    Guess what I'm going to be doing this weekend.

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  71. Holy moly! Can you just come to my house and get me organized?? You are awesome :D

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  72. How do you keep the stuff in bins clean? In my house, anything that isn't in a lidded container is covered in dust in no time flat!

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  73. You can find the clothespins at Michael's and JoAnn's.

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  74. Love this post!! Found lots of neat ideas to "pin" for later. Thanks :)

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  75. Love your post, wanted to let you know I recently made magazine holders like the ones you show here out of old cereal boxes covered with contact paper, much cheaper!

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  76. Love it all but have a question.
    The pantry looks awesome but what do you do with the extras? You know te flour is getting low so you buy more but a whole bag won't fit in the canister so now what do you do with the bag? I've tred to prganize my shelves in the pantry this way but then the extras come and it gets a mess. Thanks Erica

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    1. My question exactly! The bins and other containers can only hold so much, often less than the the original box or bag or whatever you bought it in. How and where do you store the remainders? Don't you end up storing the same thing in 2 places?

      And also, I find stackable bins are much more space-saving; how in the world do you accommodate all your various storage bins? Are all your pictures from YOUR home, or a conglomeration of yours and others?

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  77. If you have Dollar General in your area, they usually have the clothes pins.

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  78. Menards also has clothes pins. I have seen them at wal-mart and Target too....now do you want to come and do my house!?!?! lol

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  79. That is amazing! I found you from Pinterest and I am really inspired!

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  80. Wow, amazing!!! Have you ever heard of Thirty-One? We have some very cute storage solutions and lots of our stuff can be personalized! You can check out our catalog at www.mythirtyone.com/cvrabec

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  81. You've done a fabulous job organizing. I struggle to keep things so organized but, as I grow in my relationship with Christ, I am learning that ALL things should be done to glorify God. Even cleaning and organizing! You are an inspiration. I love your belt of truth plaque. I was working on organizing a hall storage closet yesterday morning and I found several of those same hooks and wondered what I could use them to organize. I now know exactly what Im going to do! Thank you for sharing your wonderful ideas.

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  82. What a great blog! I have a quick question, When you find bins or boxes that you like do you always know what you are going to do with them or do you stock up when you find decent sized bins at a good price and in general how many do you purchase if you do not already have plans for them?

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    1. I usually have some idea of the space that I plan to organize (dimensions, etc.) and go looking for boxes or bins to use in that space. I tend to buy more than less - I often think... I'd rather have too many bins than not enough, when I'm on an organizing kick. If I don't use them, I return them or find another of space to use them in.

      Hope this helps,
      DaNita

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  83. We are moving this weekend...saw this on Pinterest...I need to implement some of these NOW to save me later....GREAT JOB! ;)
    Kristi with RAKJpatterns

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  84. Wow!!! You have an organization GIFT!!! Could you give it to me?! Just found you through Pinterest and I'm so glad I did. We have a small house with 8 people in it and these are wonderful ideas to keep our space neat, tidy, and organized! I will be subscribing so I don't miss a thing!

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  85. Walmart sells clothespins in the same section that you will find ironing boards and closet organization stuff (such as hanging shoe organizers). They are very reasonably priced (I can't remember exactly how much).

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  86. Just today I saw large packages of wooden clothespins at Menards!!

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  87. I've seen that style of clothespins at Hobby Lobby and on occasion, Walmart. Good luck!

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  88. ...WOW...I am inspired to "clean up" my house, these are great ideas thank you!

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  89. I am definitely inspired. Another idea for pantry storage is the food rotation systems that are available from our site. Thank you

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  90. I like that you used the Modular Mates in your pantry! I actually decided to sell Tupperware because I wanted all the modulars I could get! Anyone looking for Tupperware can shop at http://my.tupperware.com/elaineshindelar

    Thanks for all of the great ideas!!

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  91. great ideas...i love the dollar store for organizing stuff too!
    oh old fashioned clothes pins...different styles...at an etsy shop

    http://www.etsy.com/search?includes[]=materials&q=old+fashioned+clothespins

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  92. Great ideas! I love your pantry. In my next house I will actually have one. However, I do have the tupperware modular mates in my tiny cupboards and they are incredible! I love all of your tips! Thank you so much!

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  93. If you're still looking for those certain clothes pins, I've seen them at Hobby Lobby (and similar hobby/craft stores).

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  94. I would love to find out how u make those labels.

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  95. Can I live with you? :)

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  96. I didn't read through all the comments, so if someone already commented this, I apologize. What are the CD cases for? They are labeled "letters, swirls, Christmas words" etc...... what is in these CD cases? Actual CDs or something else. :) Thanks!

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    1. The CD cases hold clear rubber stamps. You can read more about it here:

      http://delightfulorder.blogspot.com/2011/02/craft-supply-organization.html

      DaNita

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    2. ah, okay. That makes sense. Great idea! :-)

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  97. The old time clothes pins are sold at Joann's Fabric in the doll craft isle. They are sold under the name "Doll Pins".

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  98. I have found the clothes pins at Dollar Tree
    thanks for sharing your photos and information - very inspiring!

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  99. What program do you use to design your labels?

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  100. I've found those round clothes pins at Michael's craft store.

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  101. LOVE it all! How long did it take you to get this organized? I'm on a similar quest currently.

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  102. Children should be taught basic cleaning chores. I wonder about people
    who do not have their kids keep their areas neat . Don't they know what
    kind of husbands/wives they are raising?

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  103. clothespins you can find at dollar general if you have them in your area.. 50 for like $2

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  104. I can usually find clothes pins at walmart, lowes, and occasionally the dollar stores. You can find mini clothes pins at michaels and ac moore craft stores.

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  105. Hobby Lobby for the clothes pins! If you don't have one where you live you can buy them online at http://shop.hobbylobby.com/products/round-doll-pins/

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  106. Fantastic! I <3 it all!!!
    Such wonderful ideas & inspiration in every pic.
    As I scrolled down the page of pics I double clicked each one to read what they were labeled. And I actually smiled as I read each of them.
    Call me a nerd, but I'm in absolute awe of ur skills&ideas.
    U think outside a beautifully decorated box, my friend:)

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  107. I am a tupperware consultant and if anyone wants deals on modular mates they are more than welcome to contact me and i will inform them on any specials we have going on :). My email is kayla.cappetta@my2.tupperware.com and i love these organization ideas!! Very neat and tidy!

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  108. Hello! I have seen the clothespins at the craft store Michaels.

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  109. You have exhausted me with your ability to organize. WTG! If I had one tenth of your skills my place wouldn't make me crazy! Thanks for all of the ideas. I will TRY HARD to implement them into our daily lives.

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  110. I needed clothespins for my wedding and I found them at the local hardware store!

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  111. WOW!!! I would love to be that organized!! I have been slowly working on it! Thanks for all of the ideas and inspiration!! You make it look so easy! I love all of the labels.. that would be perfect for my husband!! LOL...I'm glad I came across your blog.. I will definitely be pinning this! PS... I am a Tupperware lady.. so anyone looking for modular mates can check out my website at www.my2.tupperware.com/kellywheat.. thanks again!

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  112. You can find the clothes pins ar walmart in the houseware department.

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  113. I think you can also find clothespins at craft stores. I know I had a big bag that I intended to use for decorative stuff at our wedding - I was living in a very small town at the time so I know my only options were Walmart or Roberts Crafts!

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  114. michaels and hobby lobby have those clothes pins.

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  115. Would love love love a complete list of what is on each label!

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  116. wow, your organization is amazing, i cant wait to have a house so that i can utilize the inspiration you just gave me

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  117. The organization is great! I am looking to have more organization for my closet which is being overloaded with clothes..How do you think I could organize without going too expensive because I am a college student and budget is really tight, but so is my closet. Thanks and I will keep following your blog to get more great ideas.

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  118. But why do you need so much tissue paper??? I love all the storage and have done a couple of rooms in my house but I find maintaining it means a lot of late nights after the kids are in bed. How do you physically have the time?

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    1. I believe you may be inquiring about the tissue paper organization that I did for a client.

      This is how much my client has/uses.

      I don't have near as much tissue paper.

      DaNita

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  119. I'm having a hard time believing this is someone's house! I'm with Anonymous, how do you hav ethe time.. energy.. money to do all of that? I wish

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    1. This is not all from my own home. Some of these pictures are from clients homes that I've done too. But the majority is from my house.

      In regards to your question about time and money to do it all, This has been years worth of completing. This hasn't been an overnight process.

      As far as the time, when you get things in order, you actually create more time for yourself. You spend less time looking for things (as you know exactly where it is when needed.) Freeing up lots of time.

      :)
      DaNita

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    2. DaNita,
      What do you do with the "one of"s? I guess I could throw them all in one basket. I love organization, and have some great cabinets in the living room, but other rooms don't have much shelf space which seems needed for all the containers. I'm gonna end up with some weird stuff in those LR cabinets. I have a bunch of stuff laying around - especially in the bedroom - and I just don't know where to put it! How do you get to that "a place for everything" heaven? I'm frustrated cleaning because there just isn't a place for everything.

      Blessings,
      Lori

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  120. Walmart sells clothespins! I think I paid $3 for 100!

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  121. LOVE IT!!! I got some great ideas and I might have to check out Dollar Tree to get these ideas expressed!!!

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  122. How do you make all the cute tags?

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    1. I sell lots of my tags and labels in my shop.

      http://www.etsy.com/shop/DelightfulOrder

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  123. Do you work from home or do you not sleep? Give me some advice on time management please. An inquiring mind must know! I would love to be this organized! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Yes, I work from home and Yes I do sleep. Time Management would be a great post!! I may have to put that in my post to do's. :)

      DaNita

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  124. WHERE TO GET THOSE CLOHESPINS: Hobby Lobby has them!

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  125. Wow everything looks great and so organized.

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  126. WOW! I like your candid and open comments.
    What you have done serves as an "inspiration new day"....
    Thanks,
    Susan

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  127. Wow. I am amazed. You have completely blown my mind! I am leaving here totally inspired, motivated and stoked! I just happened to be going to Target today!

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  128. You should come do my house! Haha! Guess while hubby is deployed I'll be doing this!

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  129. I am 100% the opposite of organized but truly dream of being organized so I can cut down on "searching!!" Are you for hire? ;) I truly plan to take great notes and put them to good use in my home..... If only I can keep from misplacing the note after I write it down!! ;) (ps, your belt holder with that verse is the first thing I'm making for my husband...it was so great!)

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  130. What great ideas! If no one has said this before me.. You can find the clothes pins at Walmart near the irons and closet storage. I believe it's a package of 50 for $.96 great deal if you ask me!

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  131. I'm laughing because I thought I was an organized person. You are amazing!!!

    Kathleen

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  132. clothes pins are available at family dollar :)

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  133. My mother-in-law bought some of those clothes pins a couple yrs ago. Pretty sure she got them at Hobby Lobby or Michael's (craft stores).

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  134. I just bought clothespins yesterday from Fred Meyer

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  135. You can find them at Any Publix, Kroger,Winn Dixie, Albersons, Food Lion. Also dollor store or dollor general. the round clothes pins are another story. I have only found them at a craft store.

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  136. I purchased round clothespins to wrap my ribbons around at Hobby Lobby in the children's craft section...apparently they are for making people! They just work great for ribbon, string, etc. Peg K

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  137. This makes me want to hire someone to organize my house. LOL

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  138. Your organization is beautiful. However, it is glaringly obvious that you have tons of storage space. Could you consider a special post involving tips and solutions for those who are storage-space challenged?

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  139. I found those close pins at Home Depot. I saw them on the isle with the safety goggles.

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  140. Well I'm officially going to be obsessively stalking your blog. This place is like heaven!

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  141. I never believed in love at first sight until now! I LOVE...LOVE...LOVE...LOVE your blog!!! I love organization and I am just SOOO excited to have run across your blog on Pinterest! You are now at the top of my favorites list!!! I'm so glad you are sharing your clever ideas with the rest of us!

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  142. Dollar General sells clothes pins. Wooden and plastic

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  143. I would love to do this, but it seems so expensive. How much did all this cost?

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  144. I found clothes pins at Walmart. They are made from Bamboo instead of pine but they work great. They are in the laundry/hanger/baskets section.

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  145. Now these look like organization ideas I can actually USE!!! (As opposed to building an chandelier-lit walk in closet the size of my garage...not gonna happen). Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph and share all your fantastic ideas.

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  146. Oh wow! That is just totally fantastic! You are an inspiration for all of us!

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  147. If your still looking for the basic wooden clothes pins, you can find them at Family Dollar (if you have one in your area) or at Walmart. I also saw them somewhere else and told myself to remember where but, of course, now I can't remember. Go figure.

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  148. O...Freakin' M...Freakin' G!!!!! I LOVE all of your ideas! Definitely the best I've ever seen! I absolutely love how EVERYTHING is in a basket, bin, or file. I'm doing it...you've inspired me. I'm off to the Dollar Store, Walmart, and Target!! Thank you so much for all of the great pics and info and inspiration!

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  149. I'm so inspired, but I have no storage space in my house and a very small kitchen. Hopefully I can use some of your ideas to make my life easier!! Thx a ton!!

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  150. clothespins amazon.com they had wooden ones, round ones and colored plastic ones

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  151. You can find clothes pins at Wal*mart in the laundry aisle (with clothes hangers, baskets, etc)

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  152. I am so envious of all your ideas. I will definitely be following you. Do you have facebook? I have been looking for very simple inexpensive organization tips and I just found it. So excited to show my girls...thanks for sharing!!

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  153. This is amazing! I didn't read thru all the posts, so sorry if this was asked already but here it goes. Do u have any suggestions for toys?? I have 2 young boys very close in age and a house full if toys. The smaller toys arent as bad as the larger ones. Any ideas on how to store bigger toys that can't be taken apart??? ( bat caves, race tracks, castles, fire houses...I could go on, ha.)
    Thanks.

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  154. Your ideas are amazing! I have to ask, how large is your home? You seem to have so much space? I am beyond jealous, it is all amazing!

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    1. Thanks! I love hearing that people are inspired by my ideas. My home is approximately 3900 sf., but that's with the big open foyer and a very large bonus room/ bedroom/ toy room upstairs above the garage. I plan to add the floor plan to my home tour page at the top of my blog soon.

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  155. Are you looking for Round Doll Pins with Tapered Ends? You're in luck.. on a recent spending spree at the Hobby Lobby I saw some ;-D Here is a link for the clothes pins

    http://shop.hobbylobby.com/products/round-doll-pins-with-tapered-ends-740019/

    I hope this helps,

    You have fantastic ideas, keep up the good work!

    D'Hanna S.

    Rocsteadygurl1@aol.com

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  156. Wow, you sure have been busy organizing! Great ideas here. You can find clothespins in your local grocery store or even some dollar stores, also saw them online just recently, but I forget where at the moment - maybe Amazon, not sure. But they are still around ;-)

    Linda

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  157. When I have a place of my own (likely an apartment so no major changes) I will organize things much like this. Have everything in it's place :)

    -K8
    http://froze8.blogspot.com/

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  158. I sincerely hope you offer your organizational services professionally. I know I would hire you to help organize my house in a heartbeat!!!!!!
    btw-are you close to Chicago IL by any chance? LOL

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  159. I really enjoy seeing organized spaces. However, whenever I try to reorganize my spaces I can never remember where I put things. I think this may be a disorder (no pun intended) syndrome. Haha. Seriously, when I was teaching I spent more time looking for things than teaching, sadly. The key MUST be labelling. I will try one more time to get my craft room in order, than tackle the kitchen.

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  160. Craft stores such as Michaels and Joannes both sell clothes pins in their kids wood crafts sections. Not sure if you have either of these near you. Also, they are reasonably priced, and you can use coupons on them, both stores have a 40 or 50% off coupon almost every week.

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  161. Lowes has clothes pins.

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  162. Anyone looking for the tan homegoods baskets- I found two of those plastic wicker baskets at our homegoods in "berry blue" color-searched all over the web and finally figured out the brand etc. Target has them online only as well in different colors. They are made by whitmoor and are called "ratique" baskets. Here is the amazon link to anyone who is interested: http://www.amazon.com/Whitmor-6500-1715-Rattique-Storage-Berry/dp/B005ML7OXI/ref=sr_1_14?ie=UTF8&qid=1357768288&sr=8-14&keywords=whitmor+rattique

    I used the berry blue ones in my laundry room makeover. They are very strong and great baskets!

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  163. Just got 50 clothespins at Menards today for $1.98. I'm sure a million people have responded, just caught my eye since I bought 2 packs today.

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  164. In the picture with the labeled cd cases, what is on the cds?

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    1. The cd cases hold clear plastic stamps for my scrap booking.

      DaNita

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    2. I would like to know how to organize little girls dozens of doll babies! My grand daughter (2 1/2 yrs old) probably has 20 of all different size babies that create a big clutter! I'm interested in finding a way to organize them so that she does not have to pull ALL 20+ dolls out of the toy box in order to find the one she's looking for. Do you have any suggestions? Thank you SO much for your help!

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    3. Plastic hanging shoe organizer for the door :)

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  165. I have a house that is over 100 years old and it has one closet. No storage space:( I wish I had half of the storage this place has

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  166. I saw the clothes pins at FactoryDirectCraft.com 3.99 for 16.

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  167. Just stumbled across this post on Pinterest last week... $50 in Dollar Tree Bins and Baskets later, hubby is having a grand time teasing me about my newest organizing attempt. Last night he asked me if Dollar Tree had any baskets big enough for our dog, Emmett. "You could just pop him in a bin, stick a label on him and put him on the shelf, you'll never lose him again!" O_o

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  168. I would love to hear your thoughts on organizing lil boys clip-on ties. Something low enough that my son could independently choose a tie from and put them back away. Thanks in advance for your input. -Natashajackson.Williams@facebook.com

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  169. Not sure if anyone has already posted this, but Michael's has the round clothes pins you were looking for. Thanks for all of the ideas!

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  170. I recently purchased the wooden clothespins at Joann's fabrics!

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  171. Does anyone live in this house?! I feel like my 60 hr work wks don't let me clean up after my husband and dog (love my boys)...but wow this organizing is amazing.. how long did it all take to organize and how much time (per week) does it take to keep up?! AMAZING, jealous

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  172. Amazon has clothespins. They have many varieties including colored, plastic, wood, and the old-school ones without a spring which might work better for the cookies mentioned in some of the previous comments. Sorry if I am duplicating anyones suggestion but there are so many I did have time to read through them all. I am excited to try so many of your inspiring ideas.

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  173. Okay, this is unatural...but in a good way :)

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