Washi Your Workspace: 8 Quick DIY Projects
If you don’t know what washi tape is, it’s time to get in the know! Washi tape is paper tape that comes in about a million patterns and colors, is easy to remove, and is just the thing you need to create a warmer workspace. From colorful keys to the cutest clothespins around, here are 8 DIY projects for a quick and easy desk makeover.
organized: arts and craft supplies
this is a section of a walk-in closet off the playroom. top shelf is empty, for use when i'm gathering or returning supplies. next shelf has things like pompoms, pipe cleaners, googly eyes, feathers, beads, shells, etc., as well as yarn, string, and a variety of tape. next shelf has back-up crayons/markers/playdoh, all sorts of paints, brushes/scissors/glue/etc., and cookie cutters (for playdoh). next shelf holds various papers and felt. the bins on the floor are for stuff that comes in…
Instagram post by Lindsay Clark • Apr 8, 2012 at 6:58pm UTC
7 Likes, 3 Comments - Lindsay Clark (@lindsaykclark) on Instagram: “Jazzing up an old MacBook with washi tape!”
New Uses for Things in Your Home Office
Home offices are often full to bursting with surplus office supplies, productivity-focused knick-knacks, and more. All these extra old things don’t have to just take up space, though. With a few creative upcycling ideas, old things and everyday things can have some new uses.
Blog - Jane Reaction
If you follow me on Instagram you know that we recently moved from Dallas TX to San Diego CA. We decided to make this move a few months ago. Our decision wasn’t an easy one and there was a lot of changing our minds and a few alternative plans thrown in. Ultimately we decided the …