Martha Stewart Avery Review
As part of my spring cleaning process every year, I try my best to organize my home in addition to cleaning and purging items. From my home office to my kitchen, I do what I can to keep things in order. I also like to try new organizational tools, and I like when those tools are pretty as well as functional, which is why the new line of Martha Stewart organization tools from Avery are the perfect fit for my spring cleaning make-overs.
I received an assortment of Martha Stewart Avery products for this review – and I can honestly say I love every piece! The dry erase multipack I received is a great tool for your kitchen to organize important phone numbers, make notes/lists and keep important food safety and measurements handy. The removable adhesive wipes makes it the perfect solution for my stainless steel refrigerator (since I can’t use magnets to hang anything). Another neat tool for the kitchen is the chalkboard labels. I have never seen anything like this before – and it’s a great solution for my non see-through containers in the kitchen. It also looks so pretty – an organizational bonus in my book! The chalkboard labels are also a great solution for the home office – a nicer way to label those storage boxes we all have in our closets. I also received a set of microwave and freezer safe kitchen labels that are a great way to label your leftovers – no more guessing games about dates.
What I like the most about the Martha Stewart line is that the products have so many uses. The dry erase labels are great for marking boxes in storage in your closets or on your countertops. The paper tags are great to add on to gift bags or use as tag sale price tags (which I’ll be doing this summer!). The removable color-coding labels work great on family calendars in the kitchen, or small day planners. And the see-through sticky notes are a great way to makes notes in recipe books, text books or important paperwork.
You can find the Martha Stewart Avery products at your local Staples store. You can learn more about the products at the Avery website. You can also find Avery on Facebook and Twitter. You can also find them on their The Organization of Moms Facebook page where you can find free templates and organization advice.
Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the products for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.