Meg did her spice cabinet (although in my hoarder sensibilities I thought "I hope desperately you kept that old mustard tin and just cleaned it out, that would make a fabulous little craft someday").
Breann was brave enough to tackle under the sink. I took one look under mine a couple days ago and thought-- no way am I ready for that yet. Especially since Keenan has started a new face care regimen that includes oats, honey, olive oil, tea tree oil and other such things now being kept in under our bathroom sink. Weird/gross.
And because I am always looking to do new things on a dime, I especially loved this organization post by Brooke of Blissful Roots (I'm a new follower!)
Hope you all play along this week as well.
I wanted to do something fun this week. Among my favorite possessions in my home are my books. Although you wouldn't know it if you saw my hallway bookcase a few days ago.
I got myself a fabric grocery bag (to take some books to the used book store) and spent a little time on Pinterest gathering inspiration.
|This one's my fave-- she has a lovely blog too!|
I plan to change the quotes up a little bit to go with the month. I chose an MLK quote about love for February. The chalkboard is a spray painted old tray. The frame contains dates of when we met, moved in together and got married, and the little frame holds a domino (just thought it was cute). Which knocked out 3 Pinterest projects for me.
I just love that second shelf. The vintage books and the post is a table number (our anniversary day) from my brother's wedding.
The very bottom shelf I left disheveled for the littlest reader in the house, that way all of her books are within reach.
Show me what you got pretty ladies... title courtesy of Let's Make Peace Tonight: by the Indigo Girls