Get Organised! Desk Organisation Command Center

 

SUPPLIES:

  • 4 Clip Boards
  • 4 Mini Metal Clips
  • 4 Sheets of Cardstock
  • 3 Mini Craft Paper Tags
  • 1 Small Metal Tin
  • Stickers and Embellishments
  • 3/4 inch elastic
  • Stapler
  • Post-it notes
  • Craft Glue/Hot Glue
  • Scissors

Sit down and think about what 4 areas you

want to have on your desk command

center. E.g.:

  1. Calendar
  2. Dry Erase Board
  3. Post-it notes/odds and end storage
  4. Pencil holder/clips for holding notes

TO MAKE CALENDAR:

Use a piece of cardstock that comes printed

with a calendar already on it. You certainly

could use a pre-made calendar or find a

printable. Cut it down to size to fit on the

clipboard. After each month is over replace

it with a new preprinted month!!

 

 

 

DRY ERASE BOARD:

Take a piece of gold foil cardstock, cut the cardstock to fit your clipboard…so easy!! Using some craft glue; glue everything down to the clipboard!!

 

POST IT NOTES/ODDS AND ENDS STORAGE:

To make the Post-It note holder, use 3/4 inch elastic and wrap it around the Post-It notepad until it is snug but not too tight. Remove the notepad. While keeping the elastic in the same spot staple the ends together. Now you should have a bracelet type shape from the elastic. It should be just tight enough to hold the sticky pad. Using your hot glue gun secure the elastic to the clipboard. If you use the pop up Post-It notes you won’t have to remove the entire pad every time you need a new sticky note…. pretty cool!! Use a small metal tin and hot glue it to the clipboard. It is the perfect spot for small desk items.

 

PENCIL HOLDER/CLIPS FOR HOLDING NOTES:

To make the pencil holders just use some craft paper tags with pockets. The paper is thick enough to withstand holding a few items per tag. Perfect place to store your dry erase markers and scissors! These were all secured with the hot glue gun. Use hot glue gun to secure the metal clips in place.

Send pictures of your creation for a feature in Ayesha Magazine or on the Nasirat Website.

Owner/Author Jennifer Hadfield Website link: Tatertots & Jello  https://tatertotsandjello.com/desk-organization-command-center/

 

 

 

 

 

Supplies:

  • 4 Clip Boards
  • 4 Mini Metal Clips
  • 4 Sheets of Cardstock
  • 3 Mini Craft Paper Tags
  • 1 Small Metal Tin
  • Stickers and Embellishments
  • 3/4 inch elastic
  • Stapler
  • Post-it notes
  • Craft Glue/Hot Glue
  • Scissors

Sit down and think about what 4 areas you want to have on your desk command center. E.g.:

  1. Calendar
  2. Dry Erase Board
  3. Post-it notes/odds and end storage
  4. Pencil holder/clips for holding notes

To Make Calendar:

Use a piece of cardstock that comes printed with a calendar already on it. You certainly could use a pre-made calendar or find a printable. Cut it down to size to fit on the clipboard. After each month is over replace it with a new preprinted month!!

Dry Erase Board:

Take a piece of gold foil cardstock, cut the cardstock to fit your clipboard…so easy!! Using some craft glue; glue everything down to the clipboard!!

Post It Notes / Odds and Ends Storage:

To make the Post-It note holder, use 3/4 inch elastic and wrap it around the Post-It notepad until it is snug but not too tight. Remove the notepad. While keeping the elastic in the same spot staple the ends together. Now you should have a bracelet type shape from the elastic. It should be just tight enough to hold the sticky pad. Using your hot glue gun secure the elastic to the clipboard. If you use the pop up Post-It notes you won’t have to remove the entire pad every time you need a new sticky note…. pretty cool!! Use a small metal tin and hot glue it to the clipboard. It is the perfect spot for small desk items.

Pencil Holder / Clips for Holding Notes:

To make the pencil holders just use some craft paper tags with pockets. The paper is thick enough to withstand holding a few items per tag. Perfect place to store your dry erase markers and scissors! These were all secured with the hot glue gun. Use hot glue gun to secure the metal clips in place.

Send pictures of your creation for a feature in Ayesha Magazine or on the Nasirat Website.

Owner/Author Jennifer Hadfield Website link: Tatertots & Jello  https://tatertotsandjello.com/desk-organization-command-center/