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October 09, 2011

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SherrieT

Oh, SO pretty! I love the chalkboard labels on the jars. Great idea! Thank you for sharing. I also just spent the week in a craft room clean out! My kids had fall break and as the room doubles as our homeschool room (we do half the week at home and half at school) it is difficult to do any major project during the school year. Don't know why it didn't get done during the summer! ha! Life? Yes! Anyway, it was really pretty out of control. I felt like there was just so much "stuff" I didn't even know where to begin but I found just sorting and reorganizing made all the difference. I didn't even have to buy much in the way of organizing. I just needed to shift some of the supplies around and put my current "go to" items in the front, etc. I feel just like you and am so excited to get in there and begin to create. I really love your blog. It is always such a delightful way to start my day. Have a beautiful week!

Jessica

I love the thought of using the travel suit case. But i have to ask what is the pattern paper that u used on the inside of through suit case? I just love it. Must of the time i can figure out what paper it is but not this time. Lol thanks for the info i look forward to your daily emails.

Jessica

I love the thought of using the travel suit case. But i have to ask what is the pattern paper that u used on the inside of through suit case? I just love it. Must of the time i can figure out what paper it is but not this time. Lol thanks for the info i look forward to your daily emails.

f lynn rush

i like looking at other people's stuff. sometimes, i can even take an organizing idea with me!

Debbie

Hi Betsy, I love your jars and paper covered suitcase. Do the vinyl labels cling to the jars, or did you use adhesive? I can't wait to see more of your remodeled studio. Thanks for sharing. :)

Lin

Very pretty, Betsy - you've inspired me to do the very same, as I have an old metal milk bottle carrier that would be perfect! I love the way all the goodies look in the jars, all mixed up!

Renee VanEpps

Thanks for sharing the little peeks, looks very charming and that suitcase is just perfect!! I kwym about small rooms, I have the same problem..love the pretty decor items but they do tend to get in the way. Think I need to hang shelves so I can display my pretties :)

Rachel P

Wow, your craft room is going to make the centerfold spread in Fabulously Artful Craft Rooms magazine (if there were such a thing! ;)
I love the look of the jars in the little wire baskets...how cool, Walmart has those?? I'm there! However, I do wonder as you do how functional they will be (i.e. will having to dump the whole thing out to get to one button get on your nerves quickly)...so please let us know how it ends up working for you... Thanks for sharing the prettiness that you surround yourself with...as always, it is an inspiration! :)

Becky Green

How Pretty!!!!! I saw those baskets at Walmart too!! :) I always worry dumping everything together without the packaging, I'll forget WHO, & WHERE I got them!!!!! Can't wait to see your final pics! :)

nkmac

woooo....love the "scrap bag" idea....I cannot bear to throw away and that is suck a good idea!!!

Karen Lazar

Are the jars in the wire carrier quart sized or pint sized? I can only find the pint sized carrier but your jars look quart sized. Love your chalkboard labels you cut out. I'll have to try that myself.

bea

What a good idea! You've inspired me to do the same thing. Nice to see the progress of your work.

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