Finding new uses for all those magazine holders when we used to make paper copies of everything.
Hello! Do we ever stop wanting to organize our lives, kitchen cabinets or our makeup drawer? There is always a utensil drawer, pantry, closet, garage and even a bathroom vanity that needs the essentials stacked.
NEW USE FOR MAGAZINE HOLDERS
A few years ago (more like ten) I discovered this phone app. It scans documents and saves them in a pdf. This app changed my life and it reduced my need for all the magazine holders I accumulated over the years for vaccination records and report cards.
A few months ago I shared this tip for file organizers. And today I want to share a second use (at some point I bought too many organizers).
HOW TO ORGANIZE FLORAL STEMS WITH MAGAZINE HOLDERS
HOW TO STORE FLORAL STEMS.
When I discovered this Kentucky-based faux flower shop it changed my tulip game. I bought the most beautiful faux tulips for the spring and summer.
But what happens in the fall and how will I keep the precious tulips from stem slouch syndrome over the winter months?
HOW TO USE MAGAZINE HOLDERS FOR FAUX FLOWERS
- Gather your seasonal short stem flowers, grapevine leftovers and greenery picks
- Store them in an upright organizer.
- I added brown paper to keep them in line.
- I stored them on a shelf that was tall enough to fit the magazine folder and the protruding stems.
It calms me to organize tulips and greenery picks.
No more tangled messes in March when I sort thru the spring decor.
It is also a visual reminder that I have enough pink and soft white tulips.
These magazine or file holders are great to keep my grapevine garland obsession contained.
SHOPPING LIST FOR MAGAZINE HOLDERS
If you are short on magazine (file) holders here is a resource list.
I found my magazine organizers here.
And I now buy my greenery, florals and Christmas garland here. You will love these guys!
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