In one of my OCfied videos, I showed a silkscreen earrings organizer. It’s a project that you can also do! So here’s a step by step guide on how to make your own Silkscreen Earring Organizer.
Glue Gun or Super Glue
1. Remove the backing in a picture frame you like.
2. Take a silkscreen the same size as the picture frame border.
3. Attach the picture frame border on the silkscreen’s frame by using a glue gun. If you want it to be more permanent, use superglue.
Option: Instead of a picture frame border, you can also cover the silkscreen’s frame with cute washi tape!
Have fun with this project! If you want to see the video with this Silkscreen Earring Organizer, click on the link below!
Summer is here and for those who love to accessorize, it’s hat and cap season! Here are some ways to organize them.
I use binder rings to organize my caps on a hanger!
My friend uses command hooks to organize his collection on his bedroom wall.
If you have a spare china cabinet, you can showcase your collection there!
Whatever system you choose to OCfy your hats and caps with, don’t forget to use them to stay protected from the sun this summer! 🙂
My daughter has a lot of clips and bows in all sizes and colors! So here are some ways on how I OCfied them!
1. Plastic Containers
There are lots of plastic containers out there that have adjustable partitions so that you can modify them according to your needs. I found this one at National Book Store. We like it a lot because of its pink color!
2. Ice Trays
Ice trays make really good hair accessory containers especially for small items like hair pins and small rubber bands.
I like using carabiners to keep all of my extra hair ties together which I usually buy in bulk.
Here’s a great idea! You can attach some ribbons to a board or frame for your clips and hair pins.
I gave half of my sunglasses away when I moved to a new condo late last year and I still have a bin full of them left over. I can’t seem to part with them even though I end up wearing the same pair every day!
So today I’m doing a bit of research on how to stylishly store my sunnies!
Hang it all up!
Another way to hang it is to get a large picture frame and remove the backing. Add pretty silk ribbons or twine and tie them to the back of the frame using small nails to keep them in place. You’ve made yourself an art piece!
It hangs well on wire too!
You can also use command hooks! Here’s an actual picture of mine. I have this on my closet wall so that it’s the last thing I grab before I close my closet.
With summer fast-approaching, you’ll probably add another (or two) new sunnies to your collection. So hope this blog helps you organize and display your collection.
Just by the title alone, today’s blog topic is all about organizing belts in an OCfied way!
Do you have one closet with two people sharing it? That’s a common situation in condo-living and it’s certainly a huge challenge but no impossible feat. So here are some simple solutions to make sure that organizing your belts is a cinch!
Here’s how I organize mine! I use a socks organizer to keep all my belts.
You can also use extra shower curtain hooks and attach them to a hanger to display your belts! This idea though works only if you have soft belts. Some belts won’t curve and hang that easily. homesweetlifeblog.com
I like using command hooks to hang anything up…including belts!
If you have an extra jewelry tray, this works well too!
Having your belts OCfied saves you a lot of time when getting dressed. Having it all in one easy to see and easy to store place also helps you effortlessly plan your look for the day!