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Sunday, August 12, 2012

Great Minds Think Alike!

In my last post I showed you a peg board my husband put up for me  the other day.  Remember this?

I have this good friend who did the same thing the next day....and no, we hadn't talked about it!

Can you guess who this one belongs to?  You all know her - she has a wonderful blog here.  :)  I love that she painted hers white - I think I'm going to copy her and paint mine too!

13 comments:

Jennifer M. said...

There is one crafty creative lady that I can think of. That is the Ms Madamm herself. :D That's a great idea for organizing quilt tools.


Jen

Julie Fukuda said...

I can't believe she didn't have one first. She is always a jump ahead on everything. Not only do I not have doors to hide things behind, if my things were in plain sight, certain members of the family (and I don't mean the dog) would grab them and use them for things for which they never were intended.

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

Marlene, That isa great idea. I may have to use that one too! But I would paint mine pink!!

Createology said...

Two brilliant creative ladies who have found some fabulous space for tools. Well done!

Linda said...

I think it is a great idea...One that I am going to suggest to my DH tonight. Summer is almost over and I didn't finish my sewing room...

Wendy said...

Jane's can be pink if mine can be sunshine yellow!! :) :) :) Great minds :)

Patchysails said...

Im always looking for ways to tidy up but also keep tools handy , that is a great idea !!!

Grammasheri said...

Hubby put one up for me last fall when I redid my sewing room. It's great! I painted mine white also. I found a little pegboard basket that I put my mail and notes in. I love it! It works really well for embroidery hoops, too!

Michelle said...

That would be an awesome idea, also, if you had a door in your kitchen that normally was always open....like mine. Mine has a folded ladder type step stool hiding behind it for when I need to get to the upper cupboards in my kitchen. Always handy. I have a door stop on the front of my door that flips down so it never opens by itself.

Pen Pen said...

Love these...showed them both to my husband. I hope to have one soon!

Gmama Jane said...

I've got to do this!!
Gmama Jane

Zuzan said...

I read the blog with the board and wondered why you were not mentioned.
This I thought strange, now I know but didn't write down her name as I couldn't remember who else had it. But it's you.
Now I want to know, will I remember whatever I am writing you doen as the other "boarder".
Cheers

Linda said...

I love your bulletin board, and that you have such a handy husband! It's a great piece. One that I too could use behind my sewing room door. Of course, I'd also paint mine white. It's nice to see you getting your space reorganized. I'm glad to hear that you're being warmly welcomed to work and that you're enjoying it. I hope your days pass happily. Bless you.