6 Simple Spring Cleaning Tips to Declutter Your Home + Linky to Feature Your Content

By Feb 25, 201416 Comments

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It may be hard to imagine, but spring is definitely on its way!  The days are getting longer, the snow is thawing, and the birds are building their nests, anticipating the warm welcome of spring!  I don’t know about you, but my nest needs a little re-organization and tidying.  The cold winter has turned me into a packrat, and has given me nothing but clutter and chaos to show for it!  It’s time to organize, aerate, dust, and toss.  I’m ready to get this house under control!

Getting a jump start on your spring cleaning and organizing can be easy if you start with some of our favorite DIY spring cleaning tips for creating balance and harmony in your home.

But before we dive in, don’t forget to link up your craft or recipe post at the bottom of this post. Last week we had 363 people link up their posts!

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Spring Cleaning Tips

Getting your home spring ready doesn’t have to be a major task. In fact we are giving you a helping hand with our 6 home tips.

DIY Grocery Bag Holder

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Having one designated spot for all of those loose plastic grocery bags can be a pure lifesaver when you need one!  Our DIY Grocery Bag Holder fits perfectly under the sink, in the car, or even on the countertop.  It’s a snap to make, and a great way to re-use an old container that would have otherwise gone in the trash or the recycle bin.  To learn more about how to make your own DIY Grocery Bag Holder, click here.

DIY Stamped Hangers

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Creating a fun and organized environment shouldn’t stop short of your coat closet!  In fact, your coat closet could be one of the first things a guest sees when they enter your home.  Why not add a bit of whimsy by creating your own DIY Stamped Hangers.  Using clever or witty sayings can personalize your hangers and create an environment that you will want to organize and keep clutter free!  It’s all about keeping things interesting and inspiring!  To learn more about how to make your own DIY Stamped Hangers, click here.

DIY Necklace Holder

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From doorknobs, to bedposts, or maybe even the bottom of a drawer… where do you keep all of your necklaces?  Constructing a DIY Necklace Holder can solve your necklace storage woes by creating a space to keep all of your fancy baubles and chains.  Not only that, but it looks adorable too so you can hang it anywhere!  Don’t have any skills with tools??  Not a problem!  Follow our simple DIY video and get a step-by-step demonstration, here.

DIY Magazine Organizers

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Who doesn’t have an empty cereal box lying around?!  Creating DIY Magazine Holders from old cereal boxes is a cheap and easy way to get the books, magazines, and papers organized and into one place.  Even better, it only requires a few supplies and an afternoon to get the organizing and simplifying started!  Are you ready to make your own DIY Magazine Organizers?  Click here to find out more!

DIY Hair bow Holder

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If you have a little girl, you know how crazy the hair accessories can get!  But, what if I told you that there was a cheap and easy way to organize the madness?  Creating a DIY Hair bow Holder is the perfect solution for calming chaos and keeping your Hair bow collection tidy and organized.  By using an old picture frame, some paper, and a bit of ribbon, you too can have hairdo harmony and morning tranquility!  To learn how to make your own DIY Hair bow Holders, click here.

DIY Zippered Pouch

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While organizing the house, don’t forget about the one place that needs order the most!  Your purse!  I don’t know about you, but my purse seems to play the catch-all role.  I’m always digging, digging, digging, to find anything that I actually need!  This DIY Zippered Pouch will help keep things tidy and clean inside one of the most chaotic places known to mankind!  The DIY Zippered Pouch is so simple and quick, you can whip up a few for extras just in case or to give to a friend!  To find out how to make your own, click here.


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Here are our favorite picks from last week’s link-ups. Show these ladies some love!

  1. St. Patricks Day Punch from A Mom’s Take
  2. Free Printable Bunny Banner from I Should Be Mopping the Floor
  3. Vegan Blackberry Coconut Bars from Pies and Plots
  4. DIY Neon Headband from Oh My Creative!
  5. DIY Monogram Wood Plaque from The Casual Craftlete

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Now show us your Pin-interesting posts… maybe even your own spring cleaning tips… and it may be YOU we are featuring next week!

About Emily Louise

Emily is a apron-wearing, camera-wielding, mother and pilots wife who has found her niche in discovering a reason to celebrate every day and enjoying the simple things life has to offer.