Make this DIY dry erase board with a picture frame and some pretty backing paper. Voila! (via Real Simple)
Organize your tools, paper clips and inspiration with this DIY magnetic board. All the steps for creating your own magnetic board are on Craft’s blog. (via Craftzine.com)
Use an assortment of clip boards above your desk as a “bulletin board. ” Covered with decorative papers or paint, it makes a quick, inexpensive visual statement. (via Martha Stewart)
Steal This Look: Instant Office Space From the photo pictured above, Remodelista gives ideas of places to purchase products to replicate the look fro the trestle table to the stapler.
Download and assemble these paper pencils to add a bit of fun and whimsy to your desk. (via upon a fold)
Thanks to Creature Comforts, for some very cute, free PDFs for Shopping Lists and Notes. Just what I need to start getting organized. I think I’ll print them up, cut them to size and magnet a stack to the front of my fridge with a Magnetic Bulldog Clip.
This is a little DIY project to help make your work space look better. Cover your books with plain paper and then create labels for the titles. Use an old typewriter, label maker or print the labels from your computer. The tutorial is available at Paislee Press.