Hello there..since this morning, I’ve been making labels for my kids toys. While browsing for some ideas, I came through with a few fantastic printable labels for kids clothing. They are awesome, nice, colourful and practical too. The labels will help the kids to learn to be independent children from early age.
Inspired a few organizing sites, I decided to organize the soap that I use in the kitchen. First I bought two nice soap dispenser from Daiso, transfer the soap into these little dispensers and designed my own simple labels. I printed out onto simili white sticker paper and cut around the edge of the labels.
Before the label
After labelling project… and please notice my regrowing kitchen scrap project too, the mints leaves.
I don’t about you readers, but I love everything when it comes to simple home. My keyword is keep everything organize in a simple and practical way. Here is how the storeroom looks like. We use two bolt less rack and a few boxes with lids and coasters. All the non-daily needed items are stashed into the boxes accordingly. It cuts our searching time…
Things used here
1. Boltless rack – 2 units
2. Containers – to sort out the items
3. Nice printed labels and ribbons
This is the label I design for the containers. Printed onto normal paper, laminated and cut out.
Kitchen is my world at home. Just being there make me feel alive. It may seem too clean but that is how I treat my little kitchen after each cooking. Minimal items on the counter is a key point to make it looks larger and available each and every time.Though some days are rough and chaos…it becomes slightly unmanageable.
Day and night I put my effort to keep this area as minimal as possible. Being minimal means clean and comport. I make sure to keep the sink clean and clear at night and rearrange all the dishes early in the morning though making a clutter free counter top is not an easy task. But I will try my best.
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