Craft Storage: Budget Storage Solutions for Embellishments Craft storage solutions for embellishments, bought on a shoestring budget!
Who’s in need of inexpensive storage solutions for their embellishments?
How about solutions that are also portable?
Well, we’ve got a super simple solution that’s both inexpensive and portable…and readily available!
Today’s spotlight is on a product that comes not from your favorite craft supply or storage solutions retailer, but from your local pharmacy, travel store, online retailer or even the Target dollar spot (where I picked up these!).
Craft Storage Ideas: Solutions Round-Up – 15 Awesome Craft Storage Tools From Your Kitchen Craft storage made easy with items you may already own!
It’s Amanda here and I’m going to share with you some really amazing storage solutions that could be hiding right in your own home, items you may never have thought of using to house your crafting supplies.
As a crafters we’re always on the lookout for the best way to store all our crafting supplies in our spaces.
There are so many products on the market that are made just for craft storage, but some of those solutions can get pretty pricey.
So today I would like to share with you some hidden gems that might be in your kitchen that you could use to store some of your stash.
First up is a little bit of upcycling.
These old baby food jars were cleaned out and hung up with magnets under a cabinet to provide color coordinated button storage. Genius I say!
Not to mention mostly free since you would be re-using something that normally goes in the trash.
Hi everyone it’s Sharon here, and today I’d like to share one of my favourite craft studios, belonging to the very talented Regina Easter of Hand to Paper.
What I love most about Regina’s room is that she manages to have a lot of stuff on display, but still manages to create a clean, organised look. It’s very easy when you have open shelving like this for everything to look cluttered and the colour scheme not appear cohesive, but Regina pulls it off, and her cheerful colour scheme just ties it all together and it looks amazing.
I really like her central island for working. This is what I am missing in my current temporary room. I find that die cutting and stamping are so much easier when standing up. A lovely Island like this one is top of my shopping list.
And look at this amazing ribbon storage:
Regina has an amazing amount of photos here on her Flickr pages, you can see all the updates she’s made for her room since these pics, and if you want to check out her blog page with full details about her room, you can find it here.
Hope you’ve enjoyed joining me for this tour of Regina’s gorgeous room.