Craft Room Storage
·I hope this board will give you plenty of ideas of what you can do to organize your craft space, whether it is very large or very small. I try to keep adding…
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Craftaholics Anonymous® | Crafty Space: Jess from Craftiness is not Optional
I ❤ to sew . . . My serging station-I serge standing up so as not to be moving the chair back & forth. I keep serger thread (all one spool I have right now), some fat quarters, & random notions in those tin pails. I made those large decorative buttons from some wooden trays I found thrifting. My (awesome) hubby got me those metal ribbon spools ages ago from his work, they used to hold spools of wire, but are perfect for ribbon. ~By Jess from Craftiness is not Optional
I ❤ craft storage. . . First, let’s enjoy the pretty fabrics-if anything this opened my eyes to the fact that I can’t stop buying anything with teal in it. I also need to beef up my stash of solids. I really really really like prints so that’s probably why it’s lacking. ~FromCrafty Space: Jess from Craftiness is not Optional, Craftaholics Anonymous®fabric?
HOW TO BUILD A CUSTOM CRAFT DESK
This is a Crafting Desk My husband I built for $112.00 in materials & hardware )in 2010). It is a great sturdy desk with ample storage for all your crafting items. I bought the Closet maid cubicles, 2, 9 cubby ones and 1, 6 cubby one These can be found on sale a lot of the time. We saved a lot of money by going to a bargain center for the materials.
DecoArt Blog - Paint Storage Made Simple
6 boxes of paint is not an easy thing to find space for in my already filled up studio.....so instead of finding drawers I went up and used my wall space. Take a look at my new Wall of Paints! or my slice of Heaven! The "shelving" is simply t-grid metal 4' strip for an acoustic drop down ceiling that you see in most commercial uses. I purchased the 4' strips at Home Depot for about $2.50/each & installed them into the studs with screws. There is a natural lip on them to keep your items secure.
Drawers Full of Ribbon~ Great for wrapping gifts, giving outfits pizazz and adding an extra touch to any project, ribbon is a crafting staple. Make it easier to find and use by keeping similar colors together, wrapped around cardboard and kept safe in a drawer. Feel like going the extra mile? Add a corresponding sticker outside each drawer to always know which color it houses.
Project: Ribbons of Organization | Make:
Every time I do a project, I run to the store for the colors I need. After, I dump them in a box & they disappear. Now if the spools of ribbon were visible, I know I would buy less & use what I already have. To solve these issues I came up with this ribbon organizer shelf. The spools can get dropped in & out at will, & the dowel is there to keep the ribbon inside. This organizer is meant for standard 4-inch rolls of ribbon; you could add an inch or two to the dimensions to handle larger spools.
Large Craft Table- I tweaked Ana White’s Modern craft table plan to make three oversized bases with a laminate countertop. On Ana’s plan there was 3 sets of cubbies on one side. I tweaked her plan to include the same set of cubbies on the other side so it was symmetrical. That allowed each of my bases to measure 50 1/2” wide instead of 38”