Kondo-ed » Blog Archives

Tag Archives: how to


Dining Room Organizing Ideas

Published by:


Sign-up for my FREE Organizing Video Series Here! – http://www.alejandra.tv/recommends/3dvs0109/

Join My Organizing Program Here! – https://www.alejandra.tv/shop/how-to-organize-online-organizing-program

Products Mentioned In This Video Are Listed Here – https://www.alejandra.tv/shop/best-home-organizational-products

Alejandra.tv Checklists – https://www.alejandra.tv/shop/printable-home-organizing-checklists

Alejandra.tv Website – http://www.alejandra.tv/


In this video I show you organizing ideas on how I organize all of my party supplies and paper goods in my buffet cabinet in the dining room!



Fê Sena Apresenta: Home Organizer – Parte 1!

Published by:


[EPISÓDIO 9] Fê Sena Apresenta: Home Organizer – Parte 1!

Gente! Vem ver todos os detalhes e dicas milagrosas que a incrível Ingrid Lisboa da Home Organizer fez na minha casa! Essa é só a parte 1 de 2, então fiquem ligados! 🙂

H.O. por Ingrid Lisboa
contato: (11) 99986.3320

“Life of Riley” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

“Funky Chunk” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License



Building a Minimal Wardrobe | The Art of Manliness

Published by:


This video is brought to you by Cladwell (http://aom.is/cladwell) Cladwell is a FREE online personal shopper for men. Generate your custom wardrobe, check off what you own, buy what you need, and get on with your life.

Brett takes you into his closet to show you how to build a versatile yet minimal wardrobe. For more info on building a minimal wardrobe read this article by Antonio Centeno: http://www.artofmanliness.com/2013/11/14/build-interchangeable-wardrobe/



Closet Rack Remodel

Published by:


Create more efficient storage space by remodeling the inside of your closet. Watch how to do this in this SKIL Tools how to video with Ana White. Visit http://www.skiltools.com for all the tools you need to complete this project, download free project plans and get more DIY tips and advice.



DIY Original and Unique Halloween Costumes! Last Minute!

Published by:


Here are some clever, creative and NOT basic/ overused costume ideas for Halloween! They are easy to put together with clothing items from your closet and are great for last minute because of how quick and simple they are to do. I will also show you the makeup for 2 of the costumes as well. Great for teens! I worked super hard on this video, and I hope you enjoy!

Items shown in this video:
-Bright yellow dress in the Morton salt girl costume from Macy’s
-USA Olympics t-shirt from Costco
-White dress in the ice queen costume from H&M
-Deer shirt/ sweater from Aeropostale

Where To Find Me (Social Media):
Instagram- kailee_elise
Twitter- KaileeElise_

Previous/ Recent Videos:
How to Organize Your Room and Closet! Best Tips + DIY Room Décor!- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y62CPfj3BLY
EXTREME Teen Girl Room Makeover! (Part 2)- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nz1XXsQi54o
First Week of School OOTW! Back to School Outfit Ideas/ Lookbook!- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRbDa-Oa0do

About Me: Welcome to my channel where I make videos on fashion, lifestyle, comedy, daily routines, hauls of all types, cooking/ recipes, healthy living, DIY’s, room decor and organization, fitness, and much more! I hope my videos put a smile on your face and help to inspire or motivate you!!! 🙂

There is a costume for a deer, an ice princess/ queen (NOT Elsa), an Olympic gold medalist athlete for any sport like running, tennis, gymnastics, volleyball, etc., and the girl on the Morton salt container. The ice queen costume is the most in depth, and I show you the outfit idea, my hair, and a makeup tutorial that is elegant, glow-y, and beautiful. These are perfect for girls (especially teenagers).

Background music credits: “Force” by Alan Walker. Provided by NCS (No Copyright Songs.)- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xshEZzpS4CQ
SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/alanwalkermusic

Disclaimer: NOT a sponsored video.



Better Kids Closet // How-To

Published by:


I’ve got 3 little boys in 1 room and their closet was a WRECK. I made some simple shelving and added rods to make it WAY more usable.
Subscribe to my channel: http://bit.ly/1k8msFr

Get $50 off your mattress purchase at http://www.casper.com/make

Material cost: $112 for the wood, sockets, rods.. another $47 in cloth bins for the cubbies

What you’ll need
http://amzn.to/1hGMlLt – Drill/Driver combo
http://amzn.to/1IZxDbg – Wood glue
http://amzn.to/1JeObO3 – Table Saw
http://amzn.to/1JeOdFG – Miter Saw
http://amzn.to/1gjdrqU – Angle grinder
http://amzn.to/1T0GBNj – Cut off wheels



Want to support ILTMS? There are lots of ways .. find out more at

How to Support ILTMS



Here’s where we started, a typical single rod closet.
I removed the shelf to reuse it.
Using a pry bar, I removed the ledger that the shelf and rod were sitting on. I patched the holes with some spackling.
I first cut the shelving top, since it was the widest piece. The entire unit was made from pine 1″x12″.
Then I setup a stop block, clamped to my table to cut the shelves all the same width.
This stop block is well behind the blade, to prevent pinching.
I cut all five shelves to length.
I countersunk three holes in each end of the top piece.
I spread glue on the opposite side of the holes I’d added.
I set the top in place up against the side panels.
I used a corner clamp to hold the pieces at a 90° angle.
I screwed the top to the side panels.
I did the same for the other side.
I cut two pieces of scrap to the same size, to act as shelf spacers.
I slid these pieces up against the underside of the top panel.
Then I slid the next shelf up against the bottom of the spacers.
This shelf was predrilled (with countersink) and screwed in on both sides.
I followed the same pattern for the rest of the shelves.
I avoided glue initially so that the pieces wouldn’t slide around, but once the sides were completely on, I backed out all of the screws.
Then I added glue to the end of each shelf.
I screwed them all back together. The pre-existing holes helped line the boards up correctly.
I measured the area under the bottom shelf and cut a piece to fit that space.
I used some brads to hold it in place.
All of the screw holes were filled with wood putty and sanded smooth.
The whole unit was sanded and painted white.
I found the center of the closet and set the shelf in place.
Then I marked where the shelves hit the base board.
Using a cheap multitool, I cut along the line to separate the trim.
I pried away the trim pieces and patched the holes with spackle.
I cut four pieces of 1″x4″ pine to match the depth of the closet.
I painted the top, bottom and one side of them white. (The other side doesn’t need paint).
I found a stud, then countersunk two holes in each board.
I screwed in the top hole, and used it as a pivot point to level the board.
Then I secured it with the second screw.
I added a screw to each end, driving them into the corner studs.
I followed the same method for the other three pieces.
I set my old top shelf in place.
I screwed it to the top of the new shelving unit.
I measured out from the wall and screwed in a pole socket.
Then I matched this location on the opposite side, and added the other socket. I did the same for the other three poles.
Using a cut off wheel on my grinder, I cut standard closet rods down to four sections of the correct length.
These pieces dropped right into the sockets.
Finally, I cut two more pieces of pine to fit the gap on each side of the shelving unit.
They were painted white, set in place and leveled.
From the inside of the shelving unit, I drilled and screwed into the end of the shelves. Second channel: bit.ly/iltms-2



clothes hanger double duty QUICK TIPS, save room in your closet, how to diy, closet organizer

Published by:


Hang more clothes in less space! Add loops of string to your hanger, and then you can hang 3 items in the place of 1! You can hang the garments you usually wear together, and have easy access to them without having to rummage through the closet!!
SEE MORE QUICK TIPS HERE: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjw9tSY7fCkA1ABSseFHIBwbKtYBdQRsC

GET YARN AND HOOKS HERE: http://www.ashton11.com/supplies
Get My FREE Crochet Stitches Ebook:

My knitting stitches ebook:

http://www.etsy.com/shop/Hectanooga (crochet, knitting, flowers patterns)
http://www.facebook.com/3CrochetChicks (patterns)
http://www.etsy.com/shop/mehartgallery (jewelry, fabric flowers, wedding accessories)
http://www.etsy.com/shop/ashton11?ref=seller_info (Knitting, and sewing patterns)
http://www.etsy.com/shop/Carlitto (sewing, crochet, knitting patterns)

HECTANOOGA FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Hectanooga-Patterns/147605721944461

Hectanooga on Craftsy: http://www.craftsy.com/user/182117/pattern-store

Free Patterns: http://threecrochetchicks.blogspot.com/2012/09/free-baby-crochet-pattern-instant-download.html

Work from Home: http://wahmjoboptions.blogspot.com/2012/09/free-witch-crochet-hat-pattern.html




DIY Como Fazer Bolsa SEM Costura | Larissa Vale

Published by:


Mais um tutorial ensinando como fazer uma bolsa SEM COSTURA. Dessa vez a técnica é diferente da vez passada (se você não viu o vídeo anterior vou deixar o link abaixo). É bem mais fácil e fica linda!
Espero muito que gostem!

Molde: https://br.pinterest.com/pin/367817494550815231/
Bolsa (Bucked Bag) Sem Costura: https://youtu.be/XrghBf2SGXU

O tecido NAPA eu comprei na loja Casa de Couros Sandor Schmuck que fica na Alameda Dr. Muricy, 332, Centro, Curitiba, PR. E custou 9 reais meio metro.

-Tecido Napa (usei meio metro e custou R$9);
-Alça para bolsa.

★ Links:

Blog: http://www.larissavale.com
Blog intercambio: http://euaupair2014.blogspot.com
Email para contato: contato@larissavale.com

★Se quiser ficar ligado me acompanhe nas redes sociais:

Pinterest: https://br.pinterest.com/llarissavale/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/larissavaleblog/
Instagram: http://instagram.com/llarissavale
Snapchat: llarissavale
Twitter: @llarissavale

Lari :*