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Making Progress with the Office cleaning & reorganizing

So far emptied 8 boxes (biggish cardboard ones) and sorted through 24 smaller boxes, consolidating and cleaning.   Lot's of duplications in the boxes, NOT now!   I love the ones that simply say "Embellishments"!

Dumped a whole box of catalogs, HEAVY

still making piles to sort through

And this is the hallway, boxes and bins and bags OH MY!  Dragged it all out of the office, so I have a real need to get it all put away!     The neighbors will reccommend me to Hoarders TV!

I do see that the future brings a much neater environment.   Until I make the next projects, fill orders or put together customer kits!    OH well, that's fun, right?


  1. LOL come organize mine next! thought about hiring an organizer, but when I start my projects it would not matter..LOL.. Looking good!

  2. You should be on one of the DIY Channel Shows with the before and after shots!

  3. Looin' good Jean! Whenever I go through my studio, I tend to take EVERYTHING that is not nailed down OUT into our famiily room & start from scratch! It's kinda scary, but does make it easier to re-org! Good luck with the call into hoarders right now! LOL! ;)~

  4. You should come on up and get the REST of IT!!

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