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, Jessica here! I realize that today’s post might seem to be best suited for a very specific subset of crafters but I think the storage options can be applied to other craft supplies, especially bits of ribbon, twine, or thread!
If you don’t know what quilling is, it’s the art of rolling thin strips of paper into designs. It is a STUNNING art form and I can easily get lost for hours searching Pinterest for quilling ideas.
I enjoy experimenting with quilling and I’ve acquired quite a collection of paper strips. Over the holiday weekend I started looking for ideas for storing my supplies and I found some fabulous options I’m going to share with you today!
Paper Zen has several great ideas for storing paper strips of various sizes, lengths, and shapes:
Cheryl uses straight pins and a bulletin board to store her paper strips which makes it really easy to see all of the colors available to her!
Julie created a storage unit from a cereal box and uses it so store quilling strips that she cuts herself from recycled paper!
Sarah uses binder clips and plastic command hooks to store her strips on her wall!
Tracy stores her strips using t-pins and a decorative board.
And finally, Quilled Creations stores strips using binder rings and the result is beautiful but compact!
Again, if quilling isn’t your thing you could easily apply these organizational methods to ribbons or twine but, at the very least, I hope my post will inspire you to check out quilling!