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What do you think of this little bit of repurposing? I got a shoe organizer to put on my table for events. I figure that I’ll label each section (totally not surprising given my personality, right? Lol). I figure that I’ll lay the bottles of lotion down for the brief time I’m at events and it’ll make it much easier to go through them, and making them more approachable. Customers seemed to get overwhelmed picking through a sea of bottles sitting on the table (and no matter how grouped and organized I would make it, people always jumbled them up). I’m thinking of like the left column being goat’s milk V2, then next is goat’s milk V3, and so on. I’ll still use my baskets for other items, to keep that approachable, rustic feel. I can just see the gingham print fabric tablecloths, this organizer, and adorable baskets across my tables. *content smile* I’m hoping that by the Ozawkie Citywide I’ll have the right column filled with things for chronic pain sufferers. *crossing fingers* So, would this be more approachable to you? Would you like that kind of organization when shopping at a craft booth?

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  1. Ohhhhh! I love this idea for organising. Is it working well?

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    • So far it’s pretty good. I don’t have my lotions laying in them the rest of the time, but it also works great for the in-between time for holding soaps and what not, so that I stay organized. I have a bad tendency to have a creative day and forget to inventory it lol. This helps, since I can keep one column for new items. I also love that I can put tiny labels above each slot. Plus, it’s so affordable and easy 🙂

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