How’s this for being super organized! Buy a range of greetings cards at the start of the year and store them in this cute DIY magazine holder. Then whenever you need a birthday card or a get well soon card you know exactly where they are!
Speaking of bullet journals, if you have a lot of pens that you want to be able to select from easily this wooden pen storage unit would be a fabulous storage solution right? Only problem is there’s no tutorial, but it should be pretty easy to put together with some MDF squares with holes drilled in for the pens right?
Oh here’s a magazine holder hack for those of you who are always collecting recipes from magazines, or writing out family favourites that have been passed down. It looks great and I love how everything is categorized so you can find what you need easily.
Oh boy gift wrap is my nemesis. I can never store it away properly and then my son gets hold of the paper and uses it to wrap up his toys! This gift wrap station is genius! Just look at those bows and papers all neatly stored in a magazine holder. Make sure you click through to see how she stores the gift wrap rolls and ribbons!
Love, love, love this! I’m always saying if you’re making a DIY gift basket to make sure that the “basket” is as useful as what’s inside. And this wedding planning gift set is the perfect example! I love how they decorated the file holder with a photo and that cute message!
And this one is for those of you who love a good old IKEA hack! When is a Knuff file holder not a file holder? When you join four together and make a clever mail station of course! Just what you need in your kitchen command center!
And just in case you’re wondering how on earth you are going to afford all of the magazine holders you’ll need to put all of these hacks into action, don’t worry. Here’s a quick tutorial to show you how to make your own by upcycling an empty cereal box!