Hi Idea Room readers! It’s Becky from the Clean Mama blog and Clean Mama Printables! Today I’d like to talk about my favorite thing about organizing – LABELING! Let’s face it, a good label makes any organizing project a little cuter. So today, I’m going to share with you a few ways that I’ve used and made labels around my home.
write out a label
in a word processing document, type out the label, print on cute paper
or just plain white paper
or regular paper mounted on cute paper
make a label, laminate and attach with velcro
mod podge a label
use a label maker, mount on cardstock, and attach with packing tape to make a label for a binder divider
label maker with clear label tape on wood
Your turn…..what’s your favorite way to label your organizing projects?
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