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Linen Cabinet Organization

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We don’t have any storage in our bathroom, just the cabinet in the hall outside the bathroom. Usually on a daily basis, one of the boys or my husband was asking where to find something.  So, I decided to make it as easy as possible on them and me.

Here is where I started

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I took everything out

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Last week I shared my Office Supply Canisters. They turned out so cute, and I still had some Oatmeal cans that I could use. So, I used solid colored scrapbooking paper and covered them the same way I did the Office Supply Canisters. I printed the supply names and backed them with a different color of paper. (Sorry I guess my camera phone was tilted)

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I divided them by: Make-up & Nail, Hair, Samples, First-Aid, Medicine, Shaving, Tooth Care, Personal Care, Travel, Injuries and Sun Care.

Then, I already had several of our supplies in containers, so I just repurposed those. By re-using containers I already had and looking through my stash of supplies, I spent $-0- on this project.

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I even made a little sign for the Stockpile area, no excuse finding what they need now.

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After folding the towels and putting everything back in, here is how it turned out

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I’ve been wanting to get this cabinet organized for weeks, and also wanted to join in on the blog carnival, Tackle It Tuesday, hosted by 5 Minutes for Mom. It worked well to tackle both.

Please visit these great blog carnivals for more inspiration:

~Tackle It Tuesday hosted by 5 Minutes for Mom

~Talk About Tuesday hosted by The Lazy Organizer

~Tightwad Tuesday hosted by Canada Girl

 

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