New Year’s Organizing Revolution ~ Week Three: Closets

Welcome to week #3 of our New Year’s Organizing Revolution Challenge!! You can read all the details and see the entire prize list here. Let’s jump right in to our winners of Week Two shall we:

Week Two Winners:

First Place ~  Vanessa’s Kitchen (winner of a one year subscription to 5 Dinners in One Hour)

Second Place ~  Hayden’s Organized Kitchen (winner of $100 worth of Fridge Coaster products)

Third Place ~  Crystal Walker (winner of $100 gift certificate to Clean Mama Printables)

Someone will be in touch soon (if not already) to get your address. Congratulations! In addition to the fantastic prize you have just won, each of your names will now also be entered into the grand prize draw at the end of the month.

Linking and Voting:

Just a reminder how the linking and voting works.  You can link up your closet posts on this post anytime from Monday to Thursday of this week. Please link up a picture that is of your actual kitchen and not a fantasy one please.

Even if you haven’t participated in previous weeks, you can still join in this week!

On Friday morning at 6:00 am PST, the linky switches over to voting and you’ll no longer be able to link up. Each thumbnail picture will have a star underneath it. Click on any star to vote but be careful because you’ll only be able to vote once.

**You are more than welcome to ask your friends to vote for you however please keep in mind that as we go through the links and remove the ones that aren’t playing by the rules, it is possible your link number could change.**

Keep track of all the necessary timelines by printing off the official calendar here.

Closet Challenge:

This week we are organizing our closets and I’m betting we all have at least one of these that needs some kind of overhaul.  It’s just too easy to open the door and shove things in, out of sight, out of mind right?  Well this week let’s swing open wide those closet doors and begin to put some order to what’s going on inside.

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Here are some of my posts to help you:

Are your closets naked?  Fix that with these inexpensive organizers!

Org Junkie’s Tips for Parting with Your Clothes and Free Printable

Thin Hangers Can Double Your Closet Space

Linen Closet Organization Tips



Visit all my closet posts here.

The Rules:

To join our week 3 challenge, follow these 4 easy steps:


2. TAKE PICTURES of your organized space.  Please use your own pictures!

3. LINK UP to the challenge from your blog or Pinterest (by Friday morning at 5:59 am PST). If you need help linking up from Pinterest visit this post. Each of the seven blogger hosts will display the same linky so please only link up at ONE of our sites.

4. VOTE for your favorite space of the week on the same linky on this post starting Friday morning at 6:00 am PST. Once the linky switches to voting you’ll no longer be able to link up. You’ll find each thumbnail will have a star underneath it. Click on the star of your choice to cast your vote. You’ll only be able to vote once.

The Prizes:

First Place:

$250 towards a  Closet Maid ShelfTrack Elite Closet System!!


 ClosetMaid works hard to provide products that help people maximize the storage spaces in their homes.  The first prize winner of this challenge will win $250 toward ClosetMaid’s new ShelfTrack™ Elite customizable closet system.  It is a beautiful combination of both wire and laminate.  A ClosetMaid specialist will work with you to design a system that functions efficiently in your closet.  ClosetMaid’s ShelfTrack™ Elite is sold exclusively select Home Depot stores and online at  Please note that the winner is responsible for installation.

Second Place:

An Off the Floor Rack-It (valued at $100.00)

RackIt 500 x 500

Two moms, life-long best friends, set out to develop a practical, innovative, customizable, all-in-one storage solution for everyone in the household.  Products were created and designed to meet personal challenges of dealing with clutter throughout the house & garage, unmet by existing products out in the market today.   Our modular storage units have snap construction which allows for easy assembly with no tools required, including snap-on accessories.  Configure the shape of the overall unit to fit any space, or split a starter kit into multiple smaller units.  Ten different colors are available to fit any room décor.  With door hang and wall mount options, it requires no valuable floor space.  Various accessories allows a place for everything, and everything ends up in its place!  Great training for young children to manage and be responsible for their personal belongings from an early age.  Additional accessories and panel kits are available to expand the overall size of the storage system, or to create a smaller version of our starter kits to fit specific needs.

Third Place:

Two Weekday Sets (one girl/one boy) of Organizables (valued at $70.00)


Organizables is a practical solution to the early morning chaotic demands of getting children ready for school every day. For the busy parent who has to get kids up, dressed and fed on a tight schedule, Organizables are the antidote to your morning frustrations.  Organizables clothes organizers feature colors and designs that are visually appealing to kids and are easy enough for even very young children to use. At the beginning of the week, your child chooses the clothes that he or she will wear for the next five days – putting an end to weekday morning arguments over wardrobe!

Your Hostesses:

Be sure to stop by each of the blogs below to see how they organize their kitchen spaces.

Don’t forget to follow us all on Facebook and Pinterest for lots of great additional organizing tips to help you along the way!


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