that last step where all the pieces come together, and I leave the client
feeling confident that everything they own has a home.
Like getting dressed in your favorite outfit but leaving off the accessories.
us to five crushes in my love affair with labels.
They are great on glass containers and plastic bins, but not so much on fabric.
BUT, now that they make erasable and chalk
options, I feel like these labels are so much more versatile.
container or bin. Inside tip: gift tags double as tie on labels.
big fan of Martha Stewart’s line, sadly no longer carried at Staples, but I
found them on Amazon. Score!
we get creative. I love to use a clothes pin, cool binder clip,
storage bins, perhaps in a garage, where the front of the label provides a
brief description and the back can be used for a detailed list of contents.
Since the label is slipped into the pocket, you can easily pull it out to refer to it.
Image Credit: Chalkboard Label from Peace Love Quinoa (all sizes found at The Container Store) Erasable Label from The Container Store, Chalkboard Tag from The Container Store, Craft Tag from Williams Sonoma, Colored Tags from Pigment, Metal Rimmed Tag from The Container Store, Martha Stewart Labels from Amazon, Martha Stewart, Pocket Labels from Stash Mob, Pocket Labels from The Container Store