Remodelaholic http://www.remodelaholic.com Let us help you remodel your house from builder grade to BEAUTIFUL! DIY projects that reduce, reuse, recycle, repurpose, and remodel on a budget! Fri, 30 Jan 2015 00:36:05 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.1 DIY Gold Leaf Candle Holders http://www.remodelaholic.com/2015/01/diy-gold-leaf-candle-holders/ http://www.remodelaholic.com/2015/01/diy-gold-leaf-candle-holders/#respond Thu, 29 Jan 2015 13:15:16 +0000 http://www.remodelaholic.com/?p=64659 Hi there Remodelaholic readers! Ursula from Home Made by Carmona back again and excited to share with you my latest DIY project. Last time I shared how to make a beautiful orange pomander floral arrangement, and a DIY floating frame, and today I’m sharing how to make sophisticated candle holders from shot glasses! First you have to […]

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Hi there Remodelaholic readers! Ursula from Home Made by Carmona back again and excited to share with you my latest DIY project. Last time I shared how to make a beautiful orange pomander floral arrangement, and a DIY floating frame, and today I’m sharing how to make sophisticated candle holders from shot glasses!

First you have to understand my conundrum…I’m picky, I often have this vision of exactly what I’m looking for, and when I find it waaay outside of my price range I sadly let it go then go through all the stages of grief. That is exactly what happened with an amazing set of candle holders I saw at a high end home decor shop recently. First I experienced denial (it can’t be that expensive, it must be a price tag misprint…what candle holder set would cost $40?), then anger (who would make this so prohibitively expensive?), then bargaining (well, it might go on sale, and it’s so high end it might be worth it), then depression (I never get anything beautiful and high end in my house…whyyyyyy?), and finally acceptance (eh, I can totally DIY this). Welcome to stage 5! Let’s make this baby happen!

DIY Candle Holders - made from shot glasses - Home Made by Carmona for Remodelaholic.com

You could do this project with just the shot glasses and taper candles (which is really pretty by itself!), or you could add a little extra interest with glass cups and a couple tall glass vases.

How to Make Gold Leaf Candle Holders from Glasses

Shot glasses turned candle holders - Home Made by Carmona for Remodelaholic

Materials & Steps

Shot glasses and tapered candles - for Remodelaholic

Here are the basic materials you’ll need:

  • Tall thin shot glasses: make sure it fits your taper candles snugly
  • Gold leaf and gold leaf size
  • Soft bristle brush
  • Gold spray paint (optional)

Additional Materials (also optional):

  • Glass cups and/or glass glass vases
  • Sharpie’s oil based paint pens

 

Gold leaf candle holder materials - for Remodelaholic

Start by applying the gold leaf size to the inside of your shot glasses. Just apply to the top half…or a little more if desired, but avoid the bottom (it is too difficult to apply gold leaf to the bottom half).

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Allow time for the gold size to get tacky, it will begin to dry from a milky white to being completely clear before it is ready to apply the gold leaf.

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While you wait for the gold size to turn clear, this is the perfect time to cut your gold leaf into small usable pieces.

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Once the size is completely clear, place the pieces molded onto your finger and apply to the inside of your shot glasses. Go ahead and overlap pieces if necessary to ensure there are no gaps.

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Once all the area has been covered with gold leaf, simply rub any excess off with your finger and dust extra out of the glass. I think it is quite pretty with the irregular patterning just as is, however if you’d like a little more regularity then continue to the next part of this tutorial, otherwise just use clear spray paint on the inside to seal.

Shot glass candle holders - for Remodelaholic

For a little more regularity with a neat gold-on gold design (and silver would be a pretty awesome effect too!), cover the outside with painters tape and spray paint the inside of the shot glass right on top of the gold leaf. This will protect it as well as bring more uniform design.

Gold spray painted candle holders - for Remodelaholic

Now on to the optional glass vase surrounds. Two of these are tall thin glass vases found in the craft store, and the other two are just plain ole glass cups (which I found for $1 at Target). You are going to create whatever beautiful design you desire! Dots, chevrons, lines, crosses, whatever your heart desires!

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All this requires is marking on your design using Sharpie’s oil based paint pens. Easy as pie, and twice as pretty!

Sharpie oil based paint pens - for Remodelaholic

 

Now put them all together for a fun dinner table centerpiece, or on your mantel for a pretty “all that glitters IS gold” setting. What do you think? I wish you could see the original $40 set that made me want to cry… this one looks just as glamorous, but is even better with a $14 price tag for all the glasses and candles included!

DIY shot glass candle holder table setting - Home made by Carmona for Remodelaholic

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DIY Gold leaf candle holders - for Remodelaholic

If you like this project, you’ll love these other projects and tutorials from Home Made by Carmona!

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Gold leaf adds such a glamorous touch, and gold is on-trend! Try these other gold projects:

Gold Leaf Glass Table Top

DIY Gold Leaf Glass Table Top on Remodelaholic.com

Easy Gold Home Decor ProjectsGoingGold_BlissfulBee_final projects

Faux Gold Decorative BoxesFaux Tin Tutorial - for Remodelaholic

Not sure how to decorate with gold? Check out these tips for pairing mixed metals with beautiful neutrals!

decorating with Winter Whites from Just The Bees Knees for Remodelaholic.com

 

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Painted Storage Baskets http://www.remodelaholic.com/2015/01/painted-storage-baskets/ http://www.remodelaholic.com/2015/01/painted-storage-baskets/#respond Wed, 28 Jan 2015 13:15:45 +0000 http://www.remodelaholic.com/?p=65063 Hello it is me again, Vidya from Whats Ur Home Story here to share a quick and easy project idea. The word on my mind this year is Organize. Be it in the kitchen, laundry, or closet a little bit of organization goes a long way. And as you all know baskets are a great […]

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Hello it is me again, Vidya from Whats Ur Home Story here to share a quick and easy project idea. The word on my mind this year is Organize. Be it in the kitchen, laundry, or closet a little bit of organization goes a long way. And as you all know baskets are a great away to store/hide away things around the home. But they can be expensive at times especially if you want to go for a custom look. That’s when a little bit of creativity and lots of spray paint come to play.

painted storage baskets diy @Remodelaholic

Don’t these painted storage baskets remind you of hat boxes?

diy painted storage baskets

In their previous life they used to be holiday drum baskets that I snagged off the clearance aisle at Michaels for $2-$3 each!

how to make painted storage baskets

First off I removed the gold tacks and string from all the baskets. As expected they came off pretty easily.

painted basket

I then brushed on a coat of Kilz primer and they were already starting to look updated. I used a brush on primer instead of the spray can as I wanted to make sure that the paint got into all the nooks and crannies of the baskets.

painted storage baskets tutorial

A thorough coat of White Rust-Oleum Paint + Primer later they were ready for their Gold hardware. To give the baskets a custom look I added chalkboard labels, again from Michaels. Think they were a buck each. If you have some extra time on hand you could make them yourself with a small piece of wood, chalkboard paint, and some jute yarn. Instead of writing on them I just free handed pictures of the mittens, scarf, and a hat.

painted hat box

These boxes are now gracing my newly finished coat closet.

Clearance to Clutter-Busting Storage Basket @Remodelaholic

For more fun and budget friendly spray paint projects click on the thumbnails below and check them out on my blog. Happy painting!

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Baskets and crates are great for organizing! Use them in your closet:

basket closet storage

Connect the Dotsons featured here on Remodelaholic

in your kitchen:

wire basket shelving to hold cookbooks in the kitchen, Rain On A Tin Roof featured on Remodelaholic

wire basket cookbook storage by Rain on a Tin Roof featured here on Remodelaholic

MORE GREAT KITCHEN ORGANIZATION IDEAS HERE

and of course, for toys!

chalkboard toy box

Chalkboard Toy Box by The Hunted Interior featured here on Remodelaholic

MORE GREAT TOY STORAGE IDEAS HERE

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Chalkboard Love Poster Printable http://www.remodelaholic.com/2015/01/chalkboard-love-poster-printable/ http://www.remodelaholic.com/2015/01/chalkboard-love-poster-printable/#respond Tue, 27 Jan 2015 13:15:15 +0000 http://www.remodelaholic.com/?p=65035 Hello! It’s Courtney from Paperelli. Last month I was here sharing these Motivational Prints and I am back again with another printable designed just for you! With Valentine’s Day only a few days away, I have love on my mind. I thought it would be fun to create a chalkboard art print that can be used […]

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Hello! It’s Courtney from Paperelli. Last month I was here sharing these Motivational Prints and I am back again with another printable designed just for you! With Valentine’s Day only a few days away, I have love on my mind. I thought it would be fun to create a chalkboard art print that can be used to decorate for Valentine’s Day decorating and any other time of the year too!

Chalkboard Love Printable @Remodelaholic

DOWNLOAD THE CHALKBOARD LOVE POSTER PRINT HERE

Chalkboard Print by Paperelli @Remodelaholic

This Chalkboard Love Print was designed to be a large 20×24” print. All you need to do is download, take to your local printing shop, & frame! Make a huge statement with this stand out Chalkboard Love Print!

Love Print @Remodelaholic

I have also designed a smaller 8×10” Chalkboard Love Print if you would prefer a smaller print to add to your home decor.

Chalkboard Print by Paperelli @Remodelaholic

DOWNLOAD THE 8 x 10” LOVE PRINT HERE

As always, I love to see what you do with your printables! Be sure to post your pictures and tag @PaperelliDesigns and @Remodelaholic on Instagram. Can’t wait to see what you do with yours!

Have your already picked a Valentine’s Day Card for your sweetheart? Be sure to check out our Valentine’s Day Card Collection!

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Check out more from Courtney at her shop, Paperelli:

and find more easy LOVE-ly decorating ideas, great for Valentine’s season and year-round:

How to Carve and Color-Wash a Wood LOVE Sign

Carvel love sign using a Dremel-017

How to Make a Curled Paper WreathPaper Curl Seasonal Wreath, Remodelaholic

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Renovating for an Inviting Entryway http://www.remodelaholic.com/2015/01/renovating-inviting-entryway/ http://www.remodelaholic.com/2015/01/renovating-inviting-entryway/#respond Mon, 26 Jan 2015 13:15:00 +0000 http://www.remodelaholic.com/?p=65227 Our friends from Cobblestone have some more lovely home renovations to share with you today! Last time was beautiful bathrooms; today they have inviting entryways to welcome you home! Changing up the entry to your home makes such a big difference both to you as the resident and to your guests. Trust me — we […]

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Our friends from Cobblestone have some more lovely home renovations to share with you today! Last time was beautiful bathrooms; today they have inviting entryways to welcome you home!
Beautifully Inviting Entryways @Remodelaholic
Changing up the entry to your home makes such a big difference both to you as the resident and to your guests. Trust me — we noticed the difference after all the work we put into our entryway and staircase renovation!
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And you can also see more of our favorite entry and staircase makeovers here and hereBest Staircase Makeovers on Remodelaholic.com #stairs #makeover #diy

How to Create an Inviting Entryway
from Cobblestone Development Group

“Welcome home!” is how you deserve to be greeted by your entry-way! It is your homes first impression and an opportunity to set the atmosphere. By keeping your entrance de-cluttered, well-lit, and having ample storage, you’re on your way to an inviting home. These 4 entries were framed with these ideas in mind.
Inviting Entryway (Griffin) @Remodelaholic built-in coat locker cubbies, walnut floor and stairs
Inviting entryway with dark walnut floors and built-in storage (Griffin) @Remodelaholic
An entry-way is the perfect way to start adding your own personal touches. In this foyer we went with a walnut floor finish to set a warm sophisticated mood. We kept on with this theme by adding a small drop-glass chandelier. Oooh, ahhh. We saved some pennies getting this from our local Lowes- a great alternative to Pottery Barn’s version, no one would even know the difference! We placed this same fixture throughout the house to create continuity. Since we had a lot of room to work with we decided to add our own custom built-in storage. This is such a life-saver when it comes this time of year, giving a place to hang heavy winter coats and dropping wet boots off. To finish this space off we gave it a Revere Pewter paint job and lined the room with white molding.
Inviting entryway with dark wood floors - Fendall @Remodelaholic
Another entry with dark wood, this time an Espresso finish. Though it is a rich and beautiful tone, we should warn you that this makes for more visible scratches, something to think about when moving furniture or with pets. It could easily be saved with a sizable rug (another chance to personalize!). This room was begging for some greenery so we went with the low-maintanence Dracaena “Warneckii” that you can find at your local Lowes or Ikea, which balanced the subtle Stonington Grey walls and white trim. The unique lighting was provided by a local Richmond, Virginia lighting company, Shades of Light. We always suggest going local for these smaller details. It gives you a chance to explore, support local, and keep your space unique.
Inviting open entryway (Hawthorn) @Remodelaholic Inviting entryway with wood floors (Hawthorn) @Remodelaholic entryway stair rail (Hawthorn) @Remodelaholic
We liken this entrance to a warm hug. How could you not feel welcomed in this bright open space?! You can feel the history and regality in this home right away with the 11-foot ceilings, the picture molding that we took down and restored, and the roman columns. We were blessed with a beautiful yellow pine floor that we sanded and polished 3 times to ensure it holds up. The room to the left was originally blocked off by a wall that we knocked down to keep it balanced and inviting. The room on the right closes off with the home’s original pocket doors. And to finish it off, at the top of the ceilings is another Shades of Light fixture, an exterior piece that we thought would work better indoors.
Inviting stairs and entry (Norwood) @remodelaholic
What used to be a closed-off entrance to a dingy boarding house was flipped into a beautiful welcome area to a polished traditional home. There were some big changes made in this room starting with knocking down the wall that lined the staircase and adding a landing to create an L-shaped staircase. We also created the rounded arch in the doorway for visual appeal and character. The glass-paned front door lit up this historic property’s yellow-pine hardwood floors that we sanded and polished. Painting the walls a Stonington Grey was the finishing touch that provided a neutral backdrop for hanging art and photos.
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DIY Mid-Century Modern Desk http://www.remodelaholic.com/2015/01/diy-midcentury-modern-desk/ http://www.remodelaholic.com/2015/01/diy-midcentury-modern-desk/#comments Sat, 24 Jan 2015 13:15:00 +0000 http://www.remodelaholic.com/?p=65186 Hi, it’s Amy from Hertoolbelt, back with another build plan.  In case you missed the last project, we built a vintage crate shelf to get organized.  This weeks project is a sleek mid-century modern desk that is inspired by this sweet desk. This modern desk was previously available on Dot & Bo.  Their desk was […]

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Hi, it’s Amy from Hertoolbelt, back with another build plan.  In case you missed the last project, we built a vintage crate shelf to get organized.  This weeks project is a sleek mid-century modern desk that is inspired by this sweet desk.

Build a Mid-Century Modern Desk inspired by Dot and Bo @Remodelaholic  #buildingplan #diy

This modern desk was previously available on Dot & Bo.  Their desk was made from walnut which is gorgeous, but we can get a similar look with pine for less.

How to Build a Simple Modern Desk

If you love the sleek modern look, you'll love this easy Mid-Century Modern Desk build plan on Remodelaholic.com

Materials

  • 2 – 3/4″ x 16″ x 48″ pine panel (stain grade panel is around $16)
  • 1 – 1″ x 3″ x 8′ board (actual 3/4″ x 2 1/2″)
  • 4 – table leg angle top plates (with 5/8″ screws)
  • 4 – 27 1/2″ round taper table legs
  • wood glue
  • 1 1/2″ or longer brad nails
  • sandpaper
  • stain/paint
  • top coat

There are a few variations that can be done with this simple mid-century modern desk build.  Make a desk with a single panel.

If you love the sleek modern look, you'll love this easy Mid-Century Modern Desk build plan on Remodelaholic.com

Build a sleek box for a little added storage.

If you love the sleek modern look, you'll love this easy Mid-Century Modern Desk build plan on Remodelaholic.com

I have also seen modern desks with additional dividers in the box that add a little character.

If you love the sleek modern look, you'll love this easy Mid-Century Modern Desk build plan on Remodelaholic.com

 Step 1

(If you are building the single panel desk, skip this step.)  Cut the 1″x3″ into 2 or 3 – 16″ long pieces.  You’ll want to sand all of the inner pieces of wood now, because they will be difficult to sand after assembly.  Use wood glue and 1 1/2″ min brad nails to assemble the slim box.  Make the 2 1/2″ x 16″ pieces flush with the ends of the panel.  Nail from the panel into the 2 1/2″ x 16″ pieces from the top and bottom.  If necessary, clamp the joints in place while the glue dries.

If you love the sleek modern look, you'll love this easy Mid-Century Modern Desk build plan on Remodelaholic.com

 

Step 2

On the backside of the panel, measure and mark 5″ from the ends and 1 9/16″ from the sides.  You can also rotate your plate some to make the angled legs more defined from the side, and scoot your legs in a little more if you want, it just depends on the look you’re going for.  Use the table leg angle top plate as a template and mark the screw holes.  Drill small pilot holes, making sure not to drill all of the way through the panel.  Secure the angle plates with 5/8″ screws.  Repeat for each plate.  Attach the legs onto plates.

If you love the sleek modern look, you'll love this easy Mid-Century Modern Desk build plan on Remodelaholic.com

Step 3

Remove any excess glue, apply wood filler to holes, cracks and blemishes and allow to dry.  Sand the wood filler and desk until smooth finishing with 120-150 grit sand paper, always finish sanding in the direction of the grain.  Apply stain or primer/paint to the desk and allow to dry.  Apply a top coat/polyurethane/polycrylic as directed and allow to dry.

Enjoy your handmade Mid-Century Modern Desk!


If you love the sleek modern look, you'll love this easy Mid-Century Modern Desk build plan on Remodelaholic.com #diy

 

For more build plans check out Hertoolbelt:

rolling table counter island and stools console table with scroll legs sq Rustic chevron bed on hertoolbelt

Rolling Counter Table // Scroll Console Table // Barn Wood Bed

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More DIY desks:

Turn kitchen cabinets into a built-in desk
build a wall-to-wall built-in desk and bookcase unit, Home Is Where My Heart Is featured on Remodelaholic

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Build a Cheap and Easy Ikea Bucket Organizer http://www.remodelaholic.com/2015/01/build-cheap-and-easy-ikea-bucket-organizer/ http://www.remodelaholic.com/2015/01/build-cheap-and-easy-ikea-bucket-organizer/#comments Fri, 23 Jan 2015 13:15:19 +0000 http://www.remodelaholic.com/?p=64873 Hey everyone,  Corey here from Sawdust 2 Stitches. I don’t know about you, but I feel like I have spent all of January trying to get my house back in order from the chaos of the Holidays! With New Years Resolutions still fresh on my mind, I thought I would share one of  my new […]

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Build an organizer to hold 3 IKEA tin buckets! Sawdust2stitches for Remodelaholic.com

Hey everyone,  Corey here from Sawdust 2 Stitches. I don’t know about you, but I feel like I have spent all of January trying to get my house back in order from the chaos of the Holidays! With New Years Resolutions still fresh on my mind, I thought I would share one of  my new builds to help  keep my home neat, organized, and stylish without breaking the bank!

This is a very versatile organizer that is  handy in any room!  With the added that bonus, that it is so cheap to build, you can afford one for every room in your home!

How to Build Bucket Organizer

Supplies Suggested
  • Miter saw
  • Sandpaper and/or Sander
  • Nail Gun and/or Hammer and Nails
  •  Handles/pulls (Optional)
  • Paint and/0r Stain
  • Paint brush
  • Ikea Potting Tins
 Cut List
  • (2) 1×2″ @ 4 1/4″
  • (4)  1×2″ @  14 1/4″
  • (2) boards @ 5  3/4  x  5″  (  I used a 1×6″ and cut to the specified dimensions.)
Cost Break Down:
  • (1) 1×2″ board (8′ long)   $1
  • (1) 1×6″ board                    $7          (Approx. Varies by location and quality. One board is enough for eight caddy’s!)
  • (3) Tins                               $2.50    ($0.79 a piece )
  • Hardware                           Varies  (  I got mine from Lowes  for less than $1 a piece!)
  • Total=           $12.50        ( Approximate,)

 

I  made these organizers to accommodate  Ikea  Potting tins. They are are  really  sturdy compared to a lot of smaller pails I have seen around recently, please they are super cheap!  You can find these in their plant section.  They are technically  considered  “Plant Pots”.

( If you don’t have access to Ikea, these dimensions can certainly be reconfigured to accommodate other sizes.)

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I  first cut all my boards and then sanded before assembling.  I used as dab of  wood glue on all joints, and then reinforced with  a 16 gauge 1.5″ nails.

Ikea storage Sawdust2stitches for remodelaholic  croppedIkea Organization Sawdust2stitches remodelaholic plans jpgIkea Storage Sawdust2stitches for remodelaholic  step 3 After it was completely assembled,  I filled the nail holes with a wood hole filler. Once the nail filler had completely dried, I then sanded it   again.  At this point  I was ready to add stain and/or paint.

Once the organizer is dried you can add your  handles (if desired) as well as your tins!

It works great in the kitchen as a utensil holder/organizer.  It is perfect to add character to a counter top, or would be excellent for the occasional party/bbq. (We live in Florida and pretty much BBQ year round.)  Ikea Pail  Organization Sawdust2stitches for remodelaholic

Does your office need a  little help ? Try  dressing it up with a little bit of gold spray paint, and you will have all the ease and accessibility without cluttering up your workspace.   Desktop Organizer Sawdust2stitches for remodelaholic

How about the bathroom vanity !?  This is what originally spurred this idea.   I always  hated things being on the counter top,  but hated fishing around  in the cabinets for the everyday essentials.  This caddy was the perfect  customizable solution. Ikea Storage Sawdust2stitches for remodelaholic  bathroom vanity

  Another thing I love about this design, is that is cute enough to be simply decorative!  Add a couple of  plants and you have an adorable stand alone decorative piece. Planter Sawdust2stitches for Remodelaholic Honestly, with different paint and hardware the possibilities are limitless!  Seriously,  you can easily adjust the measurements to accommodate any number of tins!

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So, as you are battling the ongoing war of containing the clutter,  give this a try.  It just might be the solution you need in every room, and with the cost you can afford it!

 Take Luck,

Corey from Sawdust 2 Stitches

If you are headed to Ikea,  you might want to check out these other Ikea Hacks

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More easy organizing ideas:

Easy Portable Supply Organizerportable organizer

Build a Space-Saving Wall Cabinet
side of cabinet spice rack, Confessions of a Serial DIYer on Remodelaholic

Organize Your Whole House!25 Ways to Get Organized via Romedelaholic.com

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