So, I'm doing my gift wrapping done at the last minute (of course!) and what do you know, I don't have enough gift tags! Hmm... cardstock, pilot gtec and sharpie to the rescue... They came out so nice. Simple and very modern. They would really look good on my gifts since I'm using plain wrappers.
Baby clothes are teeny tiny and there's a lot of them! There's the short sleeve onesie, the long sleeve onesie, the pajama, the footed pajama, the burp cloths... the list goes on. If you're a mom, you're probably nodding your head with a smirk on your face right now saying "oh yeah" and if you're not a mom you're probably scratching your head and thinking "how could a tiny baby have so much stuffs?" Of course being the OC that I am, I just had to organize my daughter's drawer.
It has been a week since my daughter got baptized. We were blessed to have our family and friends with us as we welcomed Loren to the Christian world. We gave out rosary rings as favors for her baptism reception. It came out much better than I have expected and I was really happy with the finished product.
Organizing paper clutter is one of the most taxing task I could think of. Sorting through document after document and figuring out what is important and what is not important is very time consuming. Once you've sort through your stack of papers, you need a filing system to help you keep organized. Here are 8 paper organizers that could do the job depending on the size of the documents you have and the functionality you have in mind.
Mercer Desktop File $30 Container Store / Flyt Magazine File $2 Ikea / Vertical File Cabinet $170 Staples / Stockholm File Box $35 Container Store / Letter-Size Portable File Box $16 Container Store / Poly Colors Expanding File $13 Staples / Dokument Letter Tray $9 Ikea / Martha Stewart Binder by Avery $6 Staples