Organising hair accessories for girls
Remember this post I wrote just over a month ago?
You gave me some suggestions to organise Kendra’s growing stash.
Well, I was inspired and after looking through all the links, I decided three things:
1) I am still a lazy organiser who likes unfussy solutions
2) the 3-drawer system still looked good to me
3) I really needed labels
I haven’t written much about washi tape other than the crafting things I do with it BUT washi tape makes an excellent label.
I’ve used washi tape to label my pens and pencils (yes, I do!), leftover food and now these too. Try it for some happiness in your fridge
Let’s get to the pictures!
|a 3-drawer plastic container and an old formula can covered with scrapbook paper
|washi tape labels
|grips and clips
|My little helper
|with her links necklace – I so love their creativity|
About that links necklace…
We first bought them a couple of packs of these links when they were “real” babies, 6 months or so. At that stage they used it to feel the different textures, etc.
Then we transitioned to using the links to help them learn their colours and sort by colour. They played with these dry and in the bath for months and months.
Over the last couple of months they use them for pretend play – necklaces, to lengthen a handbag strap when they go to work, etc.
I love it!
The best R30 I ever spent (2 packs of R15 each).
So there you have it. Organised hair accessories. Absolutely no money spent – my favourite kind of organising project.
It’s been organised this way for just over a month and still looks the same so I’d say it’s working for us.
What’s currently working for you in any area of organising your life? Do you need to live organised?
PS Remind me to tell you about the best baby gift we got