I love crafts. Michael’s and Hobby Lobby are my homes away from home. I love to create. What I can’t stand? Complete and utter chaos and disorganization. Which was exactly what my craft “storage” looked like until today. I finally found an excellent (and unique) solution to my craft organization issues.
Because it’s not your typical craft solution, I decided to make a video to explain it. Take a look! (Sorry I talk quickly 🙂 )
Trouble viewing? Try this link.
If you’re interested in a rolling craft storage tote of your own, check out this one, this one, or this one.
If you’re interested in storage bins similar to mine, check out this one, this one, and this one. (Make a trip to Michael’s for the two long, skinny bins I showed!
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Couple of questions about your tote. Would you mind putting a few of your art supplies’ brand names up here? I’m looking for some good ones! Also, where did you get that container for your beads? I have one for my earrings and I have no idea where I got it!!
An alternative use for this system (that I may use it for) is for teaching supplies!
Blair Menzel says
Honestly, most of my supplies are just from Michael’s Arts & Crafts or Hobby Lobby–nothing fancy or particularly special. I got the bead container from Michael’s and know they still carry it as I’ve seen it there recently! (In the beading section.) Love your idea to use it for your teaching supplies!
A tip I learned in art school is to put supplies in a fishing tackle box! You can get them in different sizes and usually they are cheaper than the similar bins that art supply stores carry! More than one person asked me if I was going fishing on campus! I loved that when it was completely open, the top two spaces were spread back so I could see in every space at the same time!
Blair Menzel says
Such a great idea, Kelly! Thanks for sharing!