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Guest Post- Kitchen Command Station

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Hello Craftionary Fans!! 
It’s Jen from Tatertots and Jello.

I am so excited to be here sharing my Kitchen Command Station!

This was the Before.. Eeekk..

I decided I needed a simpler way of keeping track of papers and messages.
I took some vintage Jello molds,
A clear file folder,
I attached a sheet of laser-cut paper to the inside of the clear file folder rack

and some 3M Command hangers,

To create a new “Command Center”!

Then I covered some plain folders —

And used spray adhesive to attach the paper to the file folder.
 The last thing I did was brought a tray in to hold all of the desk materials.

So now I have a command center to keep important papers and messages!! 
 Thanks for letting me stop  by!
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  1. melanzana says:

    Bravo, is this a big spring clean? Super ideas. Tutorial on your previous post about origami technique is wonderful.

  2. Jen @ says:

    Thanks for having me Hani!! I am so excited to be here! xoxoJen

  3. Jenelle says:

    Newest follower from Bloggy Mom. Really good and creative ideas. Thanks for the blog accessories section. Really good information for newer bloggers.

    Would love for you to follow back 🙂

  4. Wow! This is so cool and just what I need in my home. Thanks for sharing.

    I recently discovered your blog through a linky party and couldn't stop at the nylon flowers, I wanted to check out more and more. I have bookmarked the nylon flowers because I totally have to try to make them. I have always wanted to make nylon butterflies. Have you done those?
    I have awarded you a couple of blog awards. Check out for more details.

  5. Hani@Craftionary says:

    Thanks Sue.. I have made butterflies with nylon and you can see them at

  6. Oh my goodness – those are beautiful! Thanks for the link to the butterflies. You are very talented! Another bookmark in my to do folder!

  7. Hani@Craftionary says:

    your so welcome sue.. 🙂 I would love to see your projects.. do send me the pictures when you make them can't wait to see your creativity.. Happy Crafting

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  9. Veronica Lee says:

    Hi! Stopping by from MBC. Great blog.Have a nice day!

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