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Clean Up Your Act: Week 2

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It is week 2 of the Clean Up Your Act Organization Challenge!

Earlier this month I joined four other bloggers (Gail from My Repurposed Life, Jeanie from Create & Babble, Debbie from Refresh Restyle and Wendi from H2O Bungalow) and we are challenging ourselves (and YOU) to get our creative spaces into tip-top shape for the new year.

On January 30 we will reveal our spaces.. and give you a chance to show off yours. Anyone who successfully completes the challenge is eligible to win some great prizes.   (You can read all the details in the kickoff post.)



 Prizes:
A Ryobi Combo Pack (courtesy of Ryobi - If you want inspiration, you should see their dream workshop setup!)  
A Homeright FinishMax Paint Sprayer (courtesy of Homeright)
A custom engraved hammer (by My Repurposed Life)
A custom printed annual planner (by Refresh Restyle)
Kreg K4 Pocket Hole Jig and Starter Screw Set (courtesy of Kreg)
Kreg Rip Cut (courtesy of Kreg)
Keyfob and Cosmetics Bag (by Create & Babble)
Your choice of "Girls with Power Tools" or "Snarky Crafter" t-shirt from my line(s) on Amazon. 
And (2) $50 Gift Cards to spend on whatever your heart desires!   



Prizes will be awarded in the following categories: 
Most Dramatic Change (2 winners)
Most Creative Use of Space (2 winners)
Random Selection


Now for an update on my garage/workshop:


Remember THIS is what I started with:
Junk filled garage clean up
After about 20 hours of work, you can actually see the floor!!  It may not look like a lot of progress, but I weeded through THOUSANDS of pounds of clutter.
Garage floor after cleanup
One of my biggest accomplishments so far is also getting all the Christmas decorations (along with leftover Halloween and Fall decorations) sorted, boxed and put away:
Organizing garage shelves
I also got a large space in front of my workshop cleared out.  I sorted hundreds of cans of paint and went through a lot of my tools and supplies. Again, it doesn’t look like a lot, but just being able to stand in front of workbench without stepping over stuff was amazing.  I also sucked up TONS of sawdust which was covering everything.
Garage workshop
This is my large untacked pile. It includes my scroll saw, router table, all the kids bikes plus the trash cans, and a bunch of furniture I had plans to makeover.   I am FAR from finished. Garage week2



It has been so fun to see everyone else's workshops as well.  AND THERE IS STILL TIME! If you haven't yet joined the challenge you are still welcome to!


Share your "Before" photos below and you have until the end of the month to get it in order! 


Come back NEXT WEDNESDAY for my latest update.  You can also sign up for "DIY & Home Improvement" emails in the form below and I'll email it right to you!


Fine Print:
**WINNERS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER AND RESIDE IN THE CONTINENTAL U.S. Both a "before" and "after" photo must be submitted to be entered. Decisions of the judges are final. We reserve the right to disqualify entries that do not meet the criteria. Winners must provide shipping address within 24 hours of being notified or a new winner will be chosen. We are not responsible for lost or mis-delivered prizes.

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