Clipix: How to Organize Your Life!

Have you guys heard of clipix yet? LOVIN’ this site so far. 

It’s a free online organizational tool so you can “clip” what you find and save it into organized folders.

Check out this video to see all the perks of Clipix:

So how does Clipix work? You drag a bookmark called the “Clip” button to your bookmarks bar. You then click it whenever you see anything online that you want to come back to. Everything you clip will be stored in customized clipboards on clipix that you organize and control.

Let’s say you’re planning a jungle-themed birthday party for your 3 year old and searching non-stop online? Just go ahead and “clip” what you find for party hats, recipes, banners, and more and save them to a folder. BAM! Later you can easily find everything you liked for the birthday party, saved neatly with linked to the actual online source.

Another cool feature of Clipix: say you’re planning a surprise party for your mom and you don’t want her to see your Clipix board with all your party planning ideas. Clipix allows you to customize your settings so you can organize your “clips” and share only with people you want to see your clipboards. Keep private boards private! LOVE that.

And you can make clipboards for anything! Recipes, home décor ideas, gift ideas, prechool activities, books you want to read, must-have shoes, and SO MUCH MORE! Plus you can share directly to Facebook and Twitter.

I could go on and on but once you start using it you’ll be addicted like me! OH, and there’s even an iPhone App where you can take photos of something you see and add it to one of your folders. Yeah, trust me… addicting!

So, what would you use Clipix for?

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Finding Inspiration: Craft Room/Guest Bedroom Ideas

Did you hear? My mom gave me the best news in the world last week… She wants me to transform my younger sister’s old bedroom into a guest bedroom/craft room! Yep, 100% creative freedom, plus none of the bills to go with it.

Seriously… Best. News. Ever.

So what look and feel am I hoping to achieve? Colorful walls and decor, plus bright white as a nice contrast. Wanna see some color palettes? These ideas are all from Design Seeds if you ever need some color inspiration!

Pretty, huh? I’m going to try and find some curtains and accent pillows to match one of these palettes.

So will my mom go for bright colors? Well let’s just say she doesn’t have one boring, neutral room in her home! A couple of years ago she painted her kitchen cabinets a creamy yellow and I ADORE them. Her dining room has rose walls with white wainscoting and plantation shutters. Her living room has minty green walls with creamy yellow couches and rose colored chairs (trust me, it all works together).Yep, she LOVES color!

So, how about some inspirational photos? 

Check out this space (above and below) from Heather Bailey’s studio. Unbelievable!!! Love the subtle shade on the walls mixed with the colorful center workspace. DROP DEAD GORGEOUS.

While I would love to copy everything from Heather’s studio, I have to keep in mind that this space needs to be both a guest bedroom and craft room. We need to fit a daybed in the room somewhere (my daughter needs a place to spend the night, right?). So I’m thinking a corner desk. How about this gorgeous white one from Pottery Barn? LOVE.

I also love this desk below and I’ve seen people around the web making these out of Target shelving units. I love the workspace and storage it provides! Yep, I think I could build this! (Oh, and so sorry. I can’t find a source anywhere for this photo!!!)

And my mom will needs lots of organization for her scrapbooking supplies. Check out this amazing Peg Board from Carole Janson below. YOWZA! I don’t think my mom has THAT many supplies… but maybe close :)

Maybe a stenciled accent wall behind the daybed? Check out these beauties from Cutting Edge Stencils. Oh my… You know how obsessed I am with stencils!

Now my father will also have to live with this space in their home so I can’t go buck wild, but luckily their home is pretty colorful so I can experiment a bit. I’m pretty excited to get going. I guess the next step is a Mood Board! I’ll keep posting about the progress and maybe take a poll here & there for input!