15 Fabulous Jewelry Organization Ideas

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I have recently started spending time at Hometalk, have you heard of it? It’s a fabulous place to find and share ideas for your home. Although I don’t do a ton of home decor here at Whistle and Ivy, I do have a few things that I have done (here, here and here are a few of my favorites). One post that everyone loved was my Trinket Dish (I gave it to my mom for Mother’s Day and she loved it!), so I created a board with 15 jewelry organization ideas, and I wanted to share it with you! Click over to my Hometalk board to see all these cute projects! Hopefully your jewelry will be super Click for more

Women’s Strap Flip-Flops Summer Slippers

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Can you believe that we are on the downward slope to June? Spring is my absolute favorite time of year and it seems in Utah, it just skipped right past us. It’s okay, though, because summer is the perfect time to release these women’s strap flip-flops summer slippers! For those you don’t know, I have a pattern for baby flip-flops that is quite popular, and I got so many requests to make an Click for more

Simple Rope and Crate Shelf

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I have been in love with these cute wooden crates lately. I hope to make some kind of decor for my porch using them. Of course, that has been placed near the bottom of a nearly never-ending to-do list.  Someday.  For now, I came up with this super quick crate project, this rope and crate shelf. I love how it turned out, and I love how easy it came Click for more

DIY Trinket Dish

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I have a bit of a clutter issue. I have tried for years to change my ways, but to no avail! My only choice is to find an easy way to contain the mess. Since my nightstand is one of the most cluttered areas, I knew I should probably start there. This easy and pretty DIY trinket dish is the perfect catch-all for all the clutter!     What you need:  Thrifted Soap dish or other Click for more

Crochet Succulents

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Happy Friday everyone! We have been having a lot of fun working outside and trying to get our overgrown yard back into shape. I absolutely love nature and I love plants, but I have an awful back thumb! I tried keeping a few succulent inside in a pot last year and one by one they died. So frustrating! So I came up with these crochet succulents. No care required!   I am guest-posting Click for more