Avid crafters are always looking for new, better, and more creative, ways to store craft supplies. Crafting and accumulating crafting supplies can be addictive! It’s a fun, artistic outlet where individuals can experiment with their visions, and craft stores like Michaels, JoAnn and Hobby Lobby are always sending out coupons and offering up enticing deals to their customers. After awhile though, all of those crafting supplies begin to pile up and become disorderly.
Here are some creative ways to store popular craft supplies and crafting accessories!
Scrapbookers are always in need of more storage space for paper, stickers, lettering and other scrapbooking accessories. Take a look at these crafty ways to store paper and other supplies!
Vertical file holders make superb scrapbooking and craft paper storage.
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Neaten your smaller, paper, scrapbooking accessories and accents by creating partitions for them inside of a drawer.
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Get inventive and construct a scrapbooking storage solution that works specifically for all of the accessories you have!
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Keep your ribbon stockpile easy to manage, and easy to get to, with these creative ribbon storage suggestions.
Create ribbon storage with upcycling!
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Spice things up by utilizing a spice rack as your ribbon holder!
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Place your ribbons down flat, stack them and position them in a shelf with narrow spaces to keep the ribbon piles manageable.
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Add a rod to a fixture you already have in your home to create a spot for your ribbons.
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Go super simple with your ribbon storage solution by using empty shoe boxes!
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Beads, charms, fasteners, cords and wires are small and can get out of hand very quickly which makes it all the more important to have suitable storage for those tiny pieces. Here are some jewelry making storage ideas for you dexterous DIYers!
Often used for things like nails, screws and washers, sorting boxes also work great for beads!
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When it comes to charms, hard, see-through plastic trays are great for sorting and seeing what you have.
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Small, narrow bottles or jars with tops work well with bead storage because you can easily pour some out into your hand!
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If you’re someone who enjoys embroidery, sewing and making artwork out of string and thread, then you probably have an extensive collection of thread in a wide range of different colors, textures, lengths and widths. Make things easier on yourself the next time you’re looking for a specific type of thread with these storage and thread showcasing ideas!
Organize your thread in clear containers so that you can see into the container without ever needing to open it.
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For larger spool storage, a rolling cart with deep trays works perfectly!
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Organize your thread by color so you always know what shades you already have.
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Stow your thread collection away from sight in a drawer and keep it tidy with drawer dividers.
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A slanted thread spool holder looks great mounted on a wall and is super convenient.
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Whether your painting style is more Jackson Pollock, Pablo Picasso, or Claude Monet, if you’re an ardent painter you need appropriate storage for your paints and painting supplies. Get innovative with yours paints by checking out these paint storage concepts.
Small hinge clips make excellent hanging tools for tubes of paint!
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Narrow, floating wall shelves allow painters to place their paints in a fashion that makes seeing the colors and picking them out straightforward.
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Store craft paint individually in slotted racks! These racks allow for easy access and effortless viewing.
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