Craft Storage Ideas: Go-Organize.com Is Our New Sponsor!
Craft storage products for EVERY type of crafter!
Today’s a very special day for Craft Storage Ideas and for you.
Well, we have a wonderful new sponsor – and that means even more great craft storage ideas and solutions are on their way to YOU!
Please join us in welcoming our new sponsor, Go-Organize.com, manufacturer of high-quality organizing furnishings and accessories for EVERY type of crafting endeavor.
We’re thrilled to have Go-Organize.com join us as a Craft Storage Ideas (CSI) sponsor and we can’t wait to share their offering with you.
They’ve been a wonderful advertiser on, and sponsor of, our sister site, PaperCrafter’s Corner (PCC), for the past three years and we’re thrilled to welcome them to the CSI family.
What kinds of products do they offer?
Everything for storing your favorite crafting tools and supplies, and for creating the craft space of your dreams!
Whether you have a dedicated craft room, are looking to convert a closet into a crafty haven, need something mobile you can scoot around to where your family’s hanging out, or require storage that can do double-duty, it’s likely they have a solution that’s right for you.
And the best part?
Their craft storage products are designed to work well independently or in combinations – they’re totally configurable so you can build out your space all at once or a few pieces at a time, and change things around as your crafting storage needs change.
And here’s proof!
And, they offer products that make quick work of organizing and storing the rest of your home’s treasures too!
Yup, you heard right – shipping is FREE!!!
Here are just a few of my favorite Go-Organize.com craft storage products, products I’m using in my craft room (a.k.a. the PCC craft studio!):
If, like me, you prefer keeping your most-used tools close at hand, then this may be the perfect solution for you too.
And if you’re always hunting for your tools and are frustrated with having to look for them EVERY. SINGLE. TIME., then try one of these – it’ll definitely improve your productivity and lessen your frustration!
My Revolving Organizer is stationed on the corner of my work area, within arm’s reach whenever I’m creating, and although it’s ‘stuffed to the gills,’ I’m able to quickly and easily locate the tools I need.
Here’s a quick look at what I’m storing in mine:
(Excuse the marked-up wall in these pix, I’m marking where my next Peg Board [see below] will be hung!)
As you can see, this baby holds A LOT!!!
Need portability? I’ve taken my Revolving Organizer with me to crops – I found a large shopping tote and in it went!
If you’re looking for a new tool storage solution, a solution that’s very reasonably priced, sturdy and pretty, and works well for storing most any crafting hand tools (as well as markers and pens, coloring mediums, paint brushes, rulers, etc.), then check out the Revolving Organizer – I LOVE mine!
What would YOU store in this Revolving Organizer if you had one?
Please share your ideas in the comments –
we’d love more ideas!
The Peg Boards come in packs of three and make great use of otherwise unused vertical space – with the included mounting hardware and easy-to-follow instructions, you can quickly and easily hang them from a wall, or from the side of a desk, work surface or cabinet (like shown below).
How cool is this mounting idea?
Otherwise unused space is instantly made useful!
I think this is an ideal solution for kids’ craft areas too, don’t you?
Hang tools on the pegboard and store the supplies inside a combination of any of the Go-Organize craft storage cubes – everything is easy to access and very little space is needed.
I have one Peg Board panel on the wall behind my work area, and I just removed a few decorative items from that same wall so I can add another Peg Board panel to that space – yup, I like them that much!
The Peg Board panel that’s currently hanging up is home to my paper crimper, a clear cutting guide, a hot glue gun, a Dymo Label Maker and heat tools (and as soon as I get some more hooks, I’ll be adding a few more tools to this space).
I plan to use the new, second panel for hanging my many stencils (stay tuned for a share on how this turns out!).
And I may add the third panel from my 3-pack to that same wall and use it to keep new papercrafting embellishments front and center (so I don’t forget to use them!), or hang it on the back wall inside my craft room closet for hanging up my embroidery hoops and other challenging-to-store tools.
Is papercrafting your thing? Hang packs of your newest embellishments from the hooks so you don’t forget to use them!
Prefer quilting and/or sewing? Think about using these Peg Boards for hanging your scissors, rotary cutting tools, quilting rulers and templates, tape measures, etc. close to where you quilt or sew.
Jewelry-making and beading more your crafty pleasure? You might want to hang your tools on one of these hung just above your ‘bench’ so everything is within reach, but not taking up valuable work area.
Got a thing for needle arts? Consider hanging your floss collection from a panel, reminding you of all the beautiful colors you have at your disposal!
Whatever kind of crafting you’re into, we bet you can find a use for one (or many!) of these handy panels.
How would YOU use these Peg Board panels in your craft space?
Please share your ideas in the comments –
we’d love to hear them!
Oh, and one more thing – these Peg Board panels can easily be painted or decorated with your favorite crafting supplies, making it easy to customize them for YOUR space!
I need a spot to keep all of my small liquids, sprays and powders (the ones I use most often) within reach when I’m creating.
These shelves, which come in packs of two, will soon be home to a bunch of different liquid adhesives, as well as dimensional products, artist mediums, and embossing powders, and my beloved Archival Spray and Goo-Gone.
After taking these shelves out of their packaging, my mind was racing with other ideas for stocking them – they’re perfect for storing sewing notions, beads and jewelry findings, buttons and other craft project embellishments, and as a display shelf for your favorite rubber stamps, small creations made by you and other crafters, and cards from your crafty friends.
I’ll be sharing pictures of my filled shelves as soon as I get them hung and I’d love to hear your ideas for using these!
Where would you hang these shelves,
and what would you store or display on them if you had a set?
Please share your thoughts in the comments –
we love hearing from you!
Well kids, that’s it for today’s share.
We sure are excited to be working with Go-Organize.com
and hope you’ll give them a HUGE CSI welcome!
Ready to connect with Go-Organize.com
and personally welcome them as a CSI sponsor?
Check out the Go-Organize.com website
and all of their social media channels:
Go-Organize on Facebook
Go-Organize.com on Twitter
Go-Organize on Pinterest
Go-Organize on Instagram
Go-Organize on YouTube
Thanks for tuning in and for sharing a bit of your day with us – we love chatting with you!
We look forward to our next get-together and invite you to share your crafting organization and storage challenges, and ideas, with us.
Have a great day,
Steph & The CSI Team
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