The Project Simplify Week Three "Hot Spot" was children's toys and/or clothes. Since my children are nearly young adults and don't have "toys" (other than the expensive electronic variety) and tackling their clothes is something that can't be done without their cooperation (which I won't attempt during school sessions), I thought I would have to pass on this week.
But I thought about what I could substitute, and decided to attack my own "toys" (scrapbooking supplies).
Papers and kits that were in the white milk crate were moved into the Cropper Hopper bins. The white milk crate now holds all my various tote bags that I use to carry things to crops. I added a lot of loose embellishments to the Clip-it-Up.
Of course, the table will be a wreck again the first time I sit down to scrapbook!
The fabric covered albums (top right) are my Library of Memories storage binders. Got rid of the label maker stickers (that didn't stick) and added labeled tags. Got rid of the sticky notes on my Library of Memories albums (second shelf right) and finally created tags for those. Also labeled the photo boxes (third and fourth shelves right).
The Iris boxes (left side middle shelves) all contain projects in progress - with all of the various papers, embellishments, letters, etc. set aside for those projects. As a project is finished, the remaining contents are cycled back into my stash and the box picks up a newer project.
I love the tweaks I've made to this space. Hope to get back in to do some scrapping soon!