Hello Y’all! It’s Cicily with a quick tip for you today.
Jar Storage seems to be all the rage lately. I’m a pack rat at heart and hate to throw anything away (Certain areas of my house can attest to this). I love storing things in glass jars/cups/containers. Every time I use a glass jar and throw it away I cringe. Well last year it was time to make some pickles. I found this great recipe on Pinterest and because of the method I could use repurposed jars! Good thing because I had a mass quantity of cucumbers.
I wanted to share this One Tip: How to clean the gunk off those great food jars so you can repurpose them!
Of course I found this on Pinterest!
I did this and for the most part it worked! Now you can repurpose your jars for craft or food storage!
Happy Jar Cleaning!
Hi fellow crafters! It’s Cicily with a quick DIY/re-purpose project.
I currently have 3 cribs set up in my house ( yes I said 3!) and hopefully soon will be able to do lots of repurpose projects with 2 of them!
Lisa at Dwell Delightfully caught my attention with this repurposed crib turned fabric storage!
I have to confess I went to check out the side rail that’s collecting dust in the back of the closet to see if it would work!
Be sure and check out Lisa’s post and you’ll see how quick and easy it was to make this transformation.
Welcome to today’s Craft Room Tour.
It’s Cicily and I’m super excited to share Melissa’s craft room from her Daisy Mae Belle blog.
I immediately fell in love with her blog, from her great pictures, her sense of style and her sweet southern charm. I think you’re going to love it too!
I’m so in love with her Playhouse! Her dad built this for her 3 girls and now that they’ve outgrown it, it’s been transformed into Melissa’s Craft Room! I’m thinking my kids need a playhouse!
Melissa recently posted a Craft Room Tour which you can see in its entirety HERE. But we’ll share a few sneak peeks.
Baskets and eclectic dishes are home for craft supplies.
Her organization technique: store like items together. This corner is dedicated to her wreath making supplies. Not only are these all items waiting for projects or projects in progress, but used for decoration and storage in the Playhouse. Example: the birdcage is home to her wire cutters!
If I had to choose a favorite organization idea it would be this one. Ladder, no it’s shelving!
I did think this was pretty clever. What else would we put in a scale but old books! BTW I so need that Owl and Pussy Cat book! Can you spot the S&P shakers?
I’m so very intrigued by all these items and will be checking back often with Melissa to see how she repurposes them!
It’s Cicily and I’m sharing a few Washi Tape storage ideas. Yes, I know, more Washi Tape. But really can you ever have too much? I didn’t think so! So I’m thinking you can’t ever have enough storage solutions either.
Actually I wanted to share Laura Vega’s new take on how she stores her Washi Tape. We featured her room HERE and I highly suggest you check it out.
On to the Washi Tape.
Laura needed a way to organize her tapes by Brand and came up with this solution after she had organized them for a class using large binder rings. With lots of left over rings, she realized this was the perfect solution for dilemma!
She labeled them with vellum tags and keeps them in a pretty basket.
I also have another solution for you. I love this idea. Kimberley of A Night Owl Blog used a spool thread holder she snagged at Goodwill for her ever-growing washi stash!
Want to see more Washi Tape solutions? Just search “washi” on our blog or check out CSI on Pinterest.
Welcome to Craft Storage Idea’s special feature…Flickr Craft Rooms!
This is Cicily the Pink Dalmatian Scrapper and I actually signed up for Flickr to work out this post. I have to say that I’m actually glad to be signed up. There’s nothing more frustrating then trying to follow a link on Pinterest and have it end at Flickr and not be able to see more. Problem solved!
Well on to the craft room that caught my attention, Sugar Sugar Studio.
If you could take spun cotton candy and frosting and turn it into a craft room you’d get Sugar Sugar. So aptly named. While lacking a full room shot I love all the bits and pieces that certanly make this room unique.
Check out this Sweet banner and inspiration board.
This cabinet has been with her for a while, but to coordinate it with the Sugar theme, she painted it white and Mod Podged patterned paper pieces to the back panel.
Every corner and shelf is a treat with all the unique storage containers like these old cupcake tins.
These jars are re-purposed garage sale finds that have been painted to look so sweet.
You can see the whole Sugar Sugar studio set here.
Hope you have a sweet tooth!
I love seeing how people re-purpose their trash into useful and decorative storage. Here are some clever ideas to inspire you:
This great idea for twine storage, from The Scrap Shoppe Blog started out as lowly empty Pringles containers:
A variation on this theme from Pinterest, some re-purposed cans, make a cute desk storage unit. I love the mix of patterns. These would be great made with different patterns from your favorite paper line:
Some more re-purposed tin from Pinterest, this time mounted to the wall. I love this idea for the craft room – particularly if your desk space is limited. You could cover them with patterned paper or not:
This idea from Country Home uses empty cans covered with vintage labels printed on the computer. I love the idea of punching holes in them for the wires and hanging them on the rack:
From Puppy Love Preschool blog come these adorable altered jars – would love a set of these on my desk:
Here simple jars wrapped with paper scraps become pretty desk storage for paintbrushes and pens (from Stampington and Co.):
Another clever re-purposed jar idea, this one from Curbly blog , uses washi tape to dress up cast-offs:
This cute idea up-cycles mis-matched vintage tea cups and dishes for drawer storage that would be great for small embellishments. I’d actually glue these to the drawer bottom to prevent them from sliding around:
Another drawer storage idea, from Upcycle the Gift blog, uses cereal boxes cut and covered with patterned paper. Great modular storage with limitless possibilities!
Hope these ideas inspire you to re-imagine your cast offs and put them to good use in your craft space!