Hey! Today is Monday and for today's post, I will be showing you seven easy ways to be more organized! I had a lot of fun making this post so let me know in the comments if you would like to see more posts like this. Also, let know how many of these ways you already do! So without any further adieu let's get started!
And those are some of the ways to be organized. I hope you enjoyed today's post! Thank you so much for reading! Also look out for a post about cleaning coming soon!I hope you have a super great day! -BloggerGirl Link for DIY Organizer: Craft Supplies Organizer (this post was not sponsored)
Hey guys! Today's Monday, and it is also the last part in my series, Desk Decor! I am kind of sad that it is ending but also a bit happy that we can move on to a new craft! If you guys would like to see more series please let me know in the comments below! So lets get started on a DIY Book Case!!
Step 1: Gather your supplies: A wooden box(with the top and a side taken off),a pen, paper, scissors, glue, and a ruler. Step 2: Measure with your ruler and cut the length of the sides of the box. Cut the paper so that it is the perfect length.
Step 3: Take your paper and a pen, and write your favorite quote. Mine is: "When Something goes wrong in your life just yell, Plot Twist! And move on."
Step 4: Now go ahead and glue your quote onto your box. Let it dry completely. Step 5: And your done! Now you have your very own book case!
And there you have it! I hope you all enjoyed this series! It was really exciting to do! Have a great day and I'll see you on Monday! -BloggerGirl And here…
Hey guys! I know it isn't Monday but today's post is a special post because on Sunday it is Fathers Day! I just want to say Happy Fathers day to all the fathers! I posted a Mothers Day craft last month and I will put a link to that at the end of this post. Anyways, Fathers Day is almost here and I wanted to show you guys how to make this super cool gift that you can give to your dad on Fathers Day! I know I will be giving this to my dad! Let's get started! Step 1: Gather your supplies: 1 piece of cardboard(I painted mine blue), double sided tape or regular tape, glue,a ruler, scissors, and a piece of yellow paper(or what ever color you chose). Step 2: Measure with your ruler and pencil, and cut out 4 strips. Each of my strips were about 4 inches long. Step 3: Use 3 of your strips and put one to the side. Staple your strips how it is shown in the picture. Step 4: Then cut out letters out of your yellow paper that say: D A D
Step 5: Use some glue (or double sided tape) to secure y…