I'm always on the lookout for ideas for craft room organization. Because no matter how hard I try to stay on top of my tools and supplies, somehow, things will never completely be in order. Do you feel the same? I have gotten us some help with these ways to organize your craft room. I hope they prove useful!
How clever is this way to organize your craft room? Fabric storage is one of my biggest weaknesses. And the way that Cathe Holden stores hers is giving me lots of inspiration. The labels are genius!
I am actually in the middle of making something similar to this jewelry organizer. I originally intended to use said organizer for my earrings but I think I might use it now for storing paper or felt scraps.
I love this! I always have loose beads and embellishments around and using a pillbox will definitely help me keep them organized. I love that there is a way to store the beads and embellishments by color and design because of the compartments.
Sometimes, there is no way to buy glitter in plastic containers or bottles. If you get them in small packets, you can store them in salt and pepper shakers. These usually come in pairs but there are some sold for banquets. Those are the ones that you can get in groups.
Some fabrics are too beautiful to be put away in boxes. What you can do is display them in these letter sorters. Is that not a clever way to organize your craft room? I bet you can also use racks for displaying vintage plates or any type of shelf with narrow ledges and horizontal bars.
I do this! Instead or trims and ribbons, though, I use my Tic Tacs for storing beads. I think this will work for any material that is narrow and tiny.
A craft room organizational idea that also doubles as window treatment? Yes, please! This is fantastic if you have a part in your crafting area that is often abused by the sun. The one used here was a shoe organizer but you can make your own using any sturdy fabric.
I am so making these. Not only are they oh-so-adorable, they are also incredibly functional! They would be perfect companions for when you need to do some hand-sewing in some place other than by your sewing table. They make for wonderful home décor, too.
Now THIS is an awesome way to organize your craft room. Not only will this give you enough space for storing a good number of spools, it also comes with matching nails for hanging bobbins.
These are containers for straws. They are wonderful storage solutions in the craft room, too. You can use them to store your rolls of ribbon or pretty washi tape.
A cupcake holder is one great item that can help you keep your craft room organized. Paired with the right bowls or cups, you get a system that is perfect for storing buttons. This way, you will be able to organize the buttons according to color or design.
Here is something that I made myself. I use this to store my 8-inch zippers. I love to sew pouches and really, finding a way to sort my zips was essential to my sanity.
How do you keep your craft room organized? Share some ideas with us, please. Who knows, yours might just save me from my own mess.
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