If you are a Crafter then I know first hand that you have tons of supplies that you wish were perfectly organized. Wouldn’t it be nice to just look around and find exactly what you want in a single glance??? With all the KonMari going on this year… I thought it would be fun to share some Fun and Fabulous Craft Room Organizational Hacks & Ideas that will help you get things together after you do your purge. I have a feeling that most of your Craft Supplies are going to bring you “JOY”! Donate all the other items that you don’t need any more because you can be positive that they will bring Joy to someone. Got you covered on so many different ways to get organized… from Paint Wall Shelves… Pegboards for all kinds of supplies…even the perfect way to store Glitter and much much more. So grab your favorite cup of brew… chill out for a bit and check out all of these fun ways to get your Craft Supplies organized. Enjoy and Create!
This tip From BHG is SOOOOOO Fabulous and SOOOOOOO SOOOOOO Easy! Put your glitter in … Salt and Pepper Shakers in all different sizes and shapes. It looks fabulous and it works perfectly. Just shake and sprinkle! You can collect them from Flea Markets, Good Wills, Garage sales or head off to your local dollar store and snatch some up! If you have a larger amount of some colors, get some of the cheese shakers and you can hold tons of glitter. With all the colors and different size and shape shakers you are not only organizing but decorating too!
Drop by … Mad in Crafts … and see how she converts PVC pipe and Wire Shelves into a fantastic Paint holder for the wall. It is quick, easy and inexpensive and really packs a MAJOR Organizing punch! All of a sudden all those different color paints are right at your finger tips! It’s wonderful!
Here’s another quick and easy way to organize tons of little things like rubber bands, glue sticks, pearls, beads, embellishments of all kinds … It’s the marvelous … Mason Jar! Add a chalkboard label to the top or simply paint the metal piece with chalkboard paint, place in a basket and you have the perfect spot for all kinds of craft goodies. Budget friendly and you can use them over and over again with a simple erase and re-write! Check this out at Hometalk!
Over at Honey Bear Lane you are about to experience a fabulous Craft Room Makeover. My favorite thing in the room is the Pegboard where paints… stains… wrapping paper… threads… scissors… pens… markers and other important supplies are all at your finger tips and they also look awesome! Come and visit for tons of inspiration. I think everyone needs one of those Pegboards!
All I can say is WOW… it is pretty amazing what some IKEA KALLAX Shelving can do for a Craft Room. Just check this out over at Stamp ’n’Storage… can you believe all of the crafting supplies that are being held in this small space. Come and check out how this organization project was put together.
I am loving this Ribbon Cart over at The Crafting Chicks. Just pick yourself up a cart or an IKEA Raskog for like $29 in the color you love… add Mason Jars and your Ribbons and What Nots! Not only will you be organized… it will look like a Candy Cart and make you smile each and every time you look at it!. Use some of your adorable bowls for larger items… simply use your imagination and put together something perfect for you. Then Roll it over to your table or desk and CREATE!!!
Leave it to Lauren to create this amazing Farmhouse Style Craft Closet! With some wooden crates with chalkboard tags… galvanized buckets…a shoe organizer used to hold just about anything from pens… markers…pencils… scissors and everything in between… all tagged in style she put together the perfect space to hold all of her crafting supplies. Do you have a closet that you can donate to a good crafting cause? Lauren over at Blesser House will show you how to put this beauty together very quickly!
Now we are over at The Happy Housie to see the Pegboard put to even more good use. Here she has everything from her Paper Cutter to her Glue Gun stored in plain sight. The Pegboard is truly your craft storage friend. There are so many hooks… baskets and shelves out there to add to it… the storage possibilities are endless. Come on over and be inspired and check out the rest of the room for more organization DIYS and ideas.
For those of you that have a huge ribbon collection… Diane over at In My Own Style is going to share her little DIY that took her only 1 hour to create (how awesome is that!). What is even more awesome is that she shares the DIY with us so you can put together one of these beauties to hold all of your ribbons in style. You can color coordinate them… you can organize them by width… the possibilities are endless.
I Heart Organizing has the answer to your paint and craft supply storage and organizing problem and it is going to be done in a SNAP!!! Come and see how she transformed her closet and used every square inch possible. It’s perfect!
I just absolutely love this little Washi Tape Storage Idea. I mean how cute is this! You can even hang it on the wall for decoration in your Craft Room. It’s a great way to get all of those little cuties all in one space and could it be more budget friendly. No excuse not to have your Washi Tape Organized once you see this idea! Now snatch yourself an Embroidery Hoop in the size of your choice and VIOLA!
Now if you have tons of Washi Tape and a little bit of wall space… Scattered Throughs Of A Crafty Mom has the perfect solution to your Washi Tape Storage and it looks soooooo pretty. With a few hinged hooks and dowels she will show you how to put it together.
Repeat Crafter Me aka… Sarah… is sharing her favorite Yarn Storage Ideas and More! This looks like wall art… LOVE IT!!! Check it all out when you visit.
Now if Fabric is your thing and you need a fabulous idea on how to store it while keeping it away from dust on the shelf… Thinking Closet has the most brilliant idea… FILE YOUR FABRIC!!! Come and pick up some tips from her and in no time you will have a home for all of your fabrics and you will be able to pull it in a blink of an eye. What a great system.
Loving this idea. How many of us have tons of sharpies??? Well when you stop by By Stephanie Lynn you will find her tutorial to make this fabulous Wooden Sharpie Holder DIY Pencil Marker Organizer! It is the perfect answer for them all to be in one place and ready anytime you are looking for them. In a second you can find the color instead of searching for it in a box. This is a must have for any Crafting Desk or Table.
Over at Family Handyman you will see how they turn an Ikea Kallax into a Craft Work Space and tons of Storage! See how they did this hack…it is AWESOME!
I absolutely love this Craft Storage Hack from Sweet Red Poppy…Kimberly uses a wall of IKEA Trash Bag Holders to sort her Vinyl Rolls and it works great for Wrapping Paper and over the Rolls of paper. It’s such a useful technique and so budget friendly. Tons of great Sewing Room Organization Hacks are waiting for you at this great beautiful blog.
If you would love to have a cool Mood Board where you can display all kinds of things… this IKEA Hack is a SNAP and looks so fabulously fresh. The Beauty Dojo will show you all you need is an IKEA Barso…some paint and a few other little supplies and VOILA…ready to hang and decorate. You might even want to make an extra for your favorite pictures ; )
We are back over at I Heart Organizing and this time we are zeroing in on the IKEA Towel Bar plus S Hooks…it makes the perfect Brush Holder and looks fabulous too.
Did you know that you can take a simple Slatted Bed Base from IKEA (Sultan Lade) and transform it into a Craft Organization Center for all kinds of supplies…you can even store some of your favorite magazines on it too. You are going to want to add one of these to your space…I just know it. Visit Ich Designer for the details…oh and did I mention that the base pieces costs only $10!
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