Spring Cleaning DIYs for an Organized Home

IMG_0374Start your spring cleaning off on the right foot with these DIYs, tips, and tricks that have helped us stay organized throughout the years. See Jacinda’s post on the 10 Organization Cheats from Me and My Closest Friends, and Jaime’s video on how to create the Perfect Kids’ Craft Station


Check out all our Spring Cleaning DIYs for an Organized Home after the jump…

gain-5The Easiest Laundry Basket Liner Ever with pockets to hold all your laundry essentials.

10DIY Tassel Magnets to use on the refrigerator to keep your papers in order.

Craft StorageFor the craft room: One More Trick for Storing Ribbon | A Fun Way to Organize Craft Supplies with Mason Jars | Mason Jar Pin Cushion | Scrap Fabric Storage | Organize Trim and Ribbons in Tic Tacs Containers | Wine Rack as Yarn Storage

DIY-Upcycled-Desk-Organizer-11Upcycled Desk Organizer made with tins and cans you might already have on hand.

PP1-day6-175-1024x683Curtain Tiebacks with Grommets from our new book!

Composting-101-_1Try your hand at composting with Composting 101.

DIY-Polymer-Clay-BasketI love my Polymer Clay Baskets and use them for holding keys, change, and even clothespins.

PicMonkeyChalk Cloth Drawer Organizer so that everything has its place.

Spring Cleaning DIYsFor the Home: Make Your Own Hair Clip Board | How to Make a Hamper from a Pillowcase | Stuffed Animal Storage | Recipe Binder | Mud Room Before and After |

Heart-Valet-1Make the cutest Heart Valet Bowl (with Free Pattern) to hold all your favorite possessions.



Addicted to Cleaning

Your ideas are very helpful. There are some unnecessary things in the kitchen, so when I perform the next big cleaning session I will not throw them. I saw that they can be used for creating such a beautiful things. Thanks for your great ideas!

Sydney Cleaners

# Make an all-purpose Cleaning Spray
Our Professional end of lease cleaners recipe that will make nearly every surface gleam (especially kitchen counters, appliances, and inside the refrigerator).

What you need: baking soda, reusable spray bottle, sponge.
Combine 4 tablespoons baking soda and 1 quart warm water, and use it with a sponge to wipe messes away.


When everything is in its place, it not only looks amazing, but is also much more practical in everyday life. In addition, now there are cool sites like clubcoolio, where you can find all the necessary little things for your order and comfort.


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