Command Center – Organize your Command Strips

I want to start by saying this is not a sponsored post. I’m just a big user of this Command Strips and needed an organizing solution for them. 

One of the most common items you’ll find in my home are Command Strips of all kinds. I especially like the velcro ones because it makes hanging things such a breeze. Plus, it’s easy to take it own, change out the photo, and pop it back on the wall without having to buy anything additional or add any holes. I have decorating A.D.D. so I’ve given up putting any holes in my walls unless I really have to.

The only thing that was driving me crazy, was all the packs of them jammed in the back of my junk drawer. I found myself re-buying sizes that I already had a full pack of just because they were crammed all the way in the back.

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I was picking up a few packs at Lowes when I happened to wander by the tackle boxes (similar). I’m not sure why I never thought to do this before, but it immediately hit me that this would be the perfect solution for the mess.

Command Center - organizing command products

I found a small box that I knew would be perfect for such a project. The red is a bit different than my normal all-clear approach, but it does help the label and the strips (and especially the clear hooks) stand out. And besides, it’s just hanging out in my junk drawer.

Command Center - organizing command products

I used my label maker to label each section. The sizes are important to save because each has a weight capacity. Since I hang things in my kids rooms, this is important to me. I don’t want things falling down on them!

This not only cleared up some clutter but now it’s so nice to have something I can just grab and bring upstairs when tackling a project in another part of the house.

Do you have anything small like this in a drawer in your home that you could use a tackle box to organize?

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