Basket Labels and Brooke’s Closet

So I have been in this “nesting” phase where everything must be super clean, organized and DONE!  It is this overwhelming feeling that the baby may come early and you are not prepared and she has nothing to wear and the bedding isn’t washed and…. *deep breaths* and LOTS of crushed ice…it’s the “crazy” talking!  But seriously, I have this weird addiction to crushed ice and it makes everything better…CRAY CRAY!

Anyways, I took a drive down to the Pottery Barn Outlet in SC and picked up some super cute little baskets that I planned to incorporate in cube book shelves I picked up from Ikea…until I got home and the baskets didn’t fit into the cube book shelves!  I should have measured…waaa waaa!  O’well, time to get a little creative.

I see so many fun ideas with mini chalk boards so I decided to incorporate this with my baskets.  Super easy, super fast and super cute!

Materials
(materials are from AC Moore)
  • Mini Chalk Board
  • Chalk
  • Cute Ribbon
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Scissors
  • Basket (Pottery Barn)

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Using a hot glue gun, hang the mini chalk board on the handle of the basket.
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Make a mini bow and hot glue on the chalk board for decoration.
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Write desired word or phrase on the chalk board.
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easiest.project.ever.
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I sat my baskets on a shelf in the closet for easy access to Brooke’s little things.  I ended up using the Ikea book shelves in her closet for extra storage.  Lastly, I ordered little size dividers for all of Brooke’s clothes.  These little gems can be found on Etsy (link HERE).
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Super organized and all set for our sweet little bundle of joy!
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One thought on “Basket Labels and Brooke’s Closet

  1. My, My, Isn’t our grand daughter creative? We are so happy for you and I don’t think that I have ever seen anyone so prepared for the coming of her child.

    We are proud of you honey and our prayers are with you right up to the great day, and beyond.

    Love,
    Nana and Papa

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