Hello Everyone, and Happy Friday! I know I promised you this post a little earlier in the week, but life got in the way a bit the past few days. I was trying to wrap up the Laundry Room this week so we can move on to more reveals next week, but just couldn’t get my act together. It happens. Better late than never, right? Okay, so today, I have a few quick printables I made for this space to share with you today!
Even though I didn’t make cute labels for all of our food jars (by the way, I really, really LOVE some of the ideas you all suggested and may have to look into them!), I did make a few small labels for some baskets in this room, as well as a “cheat sheet” for all those numbered baskets and bins!
Earlier this week, I showed you how I numbered my canvas ITSO bins from Target and mentioned that I keep them all straight using that little framed print above the sink…
Want to see it closer?
When I first numbered the baskets, I actually thought I’d be able to keep them all straight. Boy, was I wrong! Because they are not something I rummage through daily, I couldn’t keep track of which basket had the laundry stuff versus which one held the cleaning supplies, etc etc. Then, I saw Jen over at I Heart Organizing do something similar and knew it was just the “key” I was missing (ha.ha.ha.).
These basket items don’t rotate too frequently, so having the key up in a frame isn’t that big of deal. I did write everything down in pencil so I can add/subtract as necessary. I have two versions to share with you today: one that says “Laundry Room Basket Key,” and one that just says “Basket Key.”
Remember I also had those two little ITSO totes to store coffee and baking supplies? I whipped up a few hexagon labels (to coordinate with the patterned contact paper throughout the space) and just clipped them to the baskets.
I printed them on cardstock, cut them out, and then laminated them. I couldn’t resist them giving them a cute backing by attaching some of the patterned contact paper to the backs. I know no one ever sees it, but I know it’s there, and that makes me happy 🙂
Here they are all clipped to my baskets.
I used the blue and green ones because they matched my contact paper, but I made two sets to share with you all, to use however you want/can!
I have all the images for you in one PDF that you can download HERE!
That’s it for today! I hope you all have a great weekend, and on Monday, I’ll wrap up the Laundry Room and you will get to see all these fun details come together for one pretty, preppy space!Posted In North Carolina, Printables