Today, I’ve spent quite a bit of time cleaning my bedroom and organizing and sorting through all of my craft supplies. I’m nowhere near finished, but I’ve learned that really good organization is always a work in progress. I’m always on the lookout for great new storage ideas to keep all of my crafting supplies neat and tidy.
Here are a few I found on Pinterest that I’ll be trying out soon:
Mason Jar Craft Storage – Linda over at It All Started with Paint used run of the mill mason jars, some chalkboard paint and a paint pen to create a nifty storage solution for all the little tiny things we crafters tend to accumulate. Like buttons, beads, needles, string, glitter, pins,….
I really love this idea for storing those little 2oz bottles of craft paint (of which I have many). Just a few wire shelves and some PVC pipe create a great, space saving storage solution.
Need a frugal but cute way to corral all of your markers, pens and brushes? I found this adorable toilet paper roll pen caddy on Instructables, and I’m thinking of making one for myself AND one for the kids!
And last, but certainly not least, this post from lyssa beth details how to turn old Priority Mail shipping boxes into sturdy magazine and book files. I’ve made magazine files from cereal boxes before, the double wall cardboard of these shipping boxes is sure to be much more durable!
So there you go – five easy, affordable craft storage solutions that you can make today, from things your probably already have in your house! I hope these tutorials help you get organized; I know I’m going to be trying some of them this weekend!
Do you have a great storage solution that’s simple and creative? I’d love to hear about it! Drop me a comment, and I’ll share it on a future post!