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Before I had children I was very crafty. I was making my own greeting cards, using rubber stamps to make impressions into velvet and then decorating with the fabric, and creating other decor for my home. It has been a few years since I’ve had a chance to pull my sewing machine out of the closet. With little hands and sticky fingers crawling all over the place, it is difficult to begin a project and return to it in tack. There are times when I miss those days…where the craft projects cover the desk/kitchen table for days. My craft room turned into my daughter’s room five years ago. There is a different joy I experience in that room these days.

When I stumpled upon this fun idea for making your own accordion organizer to hold life’s little odds and ends, my creative juices started flowing again! It is perfect for storing business cards, ‘to-do’ list items, stamps, receipts, tickets, photos, and so much more. Keep one in your car, at your desk, and on your night stand to organize your thoughts, notes to self, and action items. Personalize the organizer with ribbons, labels, and a monogram.

If you are short on space and time and looking for a DIY project to help you organize your life, this organizer can be completed in an hour and requires little clean up. Makes a sweet gift too.

Head to http://www.paper-source.com/cgi-bin/paper/howto/ideas/envaccordion.html for instructions on how to create your very own personalized ‘odds and ends’ organizer.

For more organizing tips and ideas, visit my website at www.YourEfficiencySpecialist.com. Gain access to my ‘organizing tool box’ by signing up here. You will receive an email once a month filled with some of my favorite organizing tools and easy tips to simplify life.

p1010003I went through my son’s baby bibs yesterday and purged what wasn’t used, needed or wanted anymore. In the end, I was looking for a convenient spot to store the three remaining bibs. I wanted them to be close to his high chair, making it easy to view and grab when needed. My darling, Dave suggested using the auto organizer for the back of the seat (which I wasn’t using at the time). I thought, ‘Great idea!’ The back seat auto organizer is now attached to the side of the high chair with storage for toys, baby wipes, baby spoons/forks, and bibs with room to grow. I love it!

Do you have a creative and inventive way to store baby items?