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Good morning! Long time, no see! I hope your holidays were as fun and relaxing (as they can be!) as mine! Now it’s January….and for me (and maybe you, too!), it means that is time to organize! Yay! Seriously, organizing and decluttering are some of my most favorite things to do. How about you? 🙂
This month I am so happy to be joining up with the lovely ladies at Team Creative Crafts to bring you a fun organizing blog hop! Today I am excited to share an easy DIY Nursery Label tutorial with you using my Cricut Maker 3, smart iron-on vinyl, and those fabric bins that just about everyone already has! Also, you’ll want to read to the very end to see TONS of organizing ideas! Let’s get started! 🙂
fabric bins (I used these from Walmart.)
First, you’ll cut out your labels using your Cricut Maker 3 and smart iron-on! No mat needed! Yes! 🙂
Then you’ll weed out your excess iron-on.
Use a weeding pick to weed out the small pieces.
Then using the Cricut Heat Press Guide set your Cricut EasyPress 2 to the right settings. Here’s what mine were set to in the picture below.
Let is cool. Then slowly remove the clear backing sheet. All done! 🙂
Of course, if you don’t have a nursery you can use this same technique to make any labels you’d like to! 🙂
It’s a super easy way to label those fabric bins! 🙂 Annnnnd it looks so fancy!
Enjoy these other fun organizing ideas from some of my favorite bloggers. Enjoy! 🙂
Affordable storage is within reach. Learn how to make a Dollar Tree Mini Crate Organizer that SPINS for under $14.00 with a tutorial from Beth at Creatively Beth.
Keep all your thoughts, plans and ideas handy in this stunning Marbled Resin Journal created by the talented Lindsay at Artsy Fartsy Mama.
Is your pantry a disaster? Then this post The 10 Best Pantry Organizing Tips and Ideas from Laura at Me and My INKlings is for YOU!
Menu planning and shopping is such a huge time saver. Create a fun and functional DIY Weekly Menu Board with step-by-step instructions from Liz at Liz on Call.
Three Ways to Make Labels with your Cricut Joy will help organize all the things in your home and studio. Blanca at Creativities Galore shows you how.
Take the 20 Day Purge and De-stash Challenge complete with a Free Printable Calendar and instructions from Beth at the Ruffled Daisy.
Did you know it takes 27 times for a chore to become a habit? Learn how to Create a Habit Tracker in a Bullet Journal from Jenny at Jenny’s Crayon Collection.
Baby on the way? Then create adorable and easy DIY Nursery Organization Labels with iron-on vinyl. The complete tutorial is from Ginger at Ginger Snap Crafts.
Is your fabric stash taking over your whole studio? Learn Easy Fabric Storage Ideas with Dollar Tree Supplies from Laura at Me and My INKlings.
Gather all those tools in one place in your studio so they are right at hand with a gorgeous Stenciled Craft Tool Organizer created by Lindsay at Artsy Fartsy Mama.
Organize all your crafty and DIY plans with this two page Free Printable Craft Project Planner from Beth at Creatively Beth. Download available in color and black and white.
Organize this mostly forgotten space with Laundry Room Labels made with Cricut Vinyl. Laura from Laura’s Crafty Life has the full instructions.
Keep your yarn neat and organized by project in the new year in a Crocheted Basket with Free Pattern created by Smitha at Smiling Colors.
Use these Free Motivational Planner Stickers to help you stay organized and give you a little boost during the week. Download the set from Shani at Sunshine and Munchkins.
Get motivated with this fun Free Printable Organization BINGO Game for kids and adults. Justine at Little Dove understands that everything has its place.
Upcycle those containers from the recycle bin into elegant storage with Crocheted Jar Covers and a Free Pattern from Erica at Five Little Monsters.
Organize your Spice Drawer or Cabinet quickly and easily with a set of labels created with Cricut Vinyl. Katie the Crafty Blog Stalker shows you how.
Click the pictures and links below for even MORE organization ideas! You’re welcome! ha! 🙂
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