Storing Project Life Goodies

A very good day to you all.  It’s Hazel from Sunny South Africa and I’m back to share ideas to store your Project Life goodies. I must admit, I’ve officially been a Project Lifer for the past two years but for the first year I only stared at the little 3×4 pockets. It was very intimidating. So, I renamed my PL system to MY LIFE, MY WAY and now everything goes.

I love it – you can add as many or little pictures as you want and it still looks full, pretty and finished, overall it is much cheaper as the paper pieces are smaller. You can also fill some of the pockets with memorabilia which would normally have ended up in the dust bin.

I know that a lot of  Project Lifers still store their stash in 12×12 plastic bags and if it works for you – keep going but I decided to downsize on storage.  After looking around Blogland, I know that a lot of other crafters do the same. Today, I’m showing what I found out there.

 Plastic containers:

I do love this one as you can see everything at one glance.

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I totally hate dusting – this container can be closed and stacked – much more my style.

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This is a combination of a tackle box and some other repurposed storage items.

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And now for my “fave” part – repurposed items!!!!

I like this one as it takes up less space and is still easily accessible. Pinterest is my source but I would love to get the original link as I’m curious if this a shop bought unit. If any of you know – please leave me a comment and I’ll add it to my post. And thanks to Sandra  we now have a link. Just click here.

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And a divided wooden tray!

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A wooden caddie:

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A Printer’s Tray:

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An old silverware box:

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An old vintage tray and a cupcake tin: 

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Apparently this used to be a vanity organizer. If any of you know where I can get my hands on one of them – leave a COMMENT!!! I would love to have it and I think so would a lot of other storage enthusiasts.

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Yes!! This is my firm favorite but until I can lay my hands on one (or convince someone to make one for me),  I’m sticking with the “plastics”.

This is a rather long post but I wanted to give you a good idea of what’s out there therefor I didn’t include a picture of my own.  If you want to see my system, hop over to my blog and “all will be revealed”.

That’s it – weather you are a Project Lifer or a normal scrapbooker or cardmaker – these ideas will surely zuss up your craft space. Thanks for looking at Craft Storage Ideas today. Please check back as we have lots more to share. Have a great day!

Hazel

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