Whether you’re a crafter yourself or you have kids who love to craft, you probably have a plethora of craft supplies. How do you keep it all organized? We’ve put together more than 20 crafty tips to keep all of your supplies wrangled and easily accessible.
1. Use a paper towel holder to wrangle your ribbons.
2. Use a cup rack to store your markers, pencils and pens.
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3. A jar storage board is a great idea if you want to clear off your working space.
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4. Store pens in a photo storage container like this one, which has lots of smaller containers inside.
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6. For another cheap and easy solution, try a clothes hanger.
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7. Or hang all your pretty washi tapes on a shutter. Isn’t it lovely?
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8. A spool holder works great, too!
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9. Use a mug tree to hold your scissors and other cutting tools.
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10. Make a peg board box for storage both on the inside and outside. Now that’s clever!
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11. A framed thread holder is not only practical, it’s beautiful, too!
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12. A frame, some dowels and your twine make a beautiful display. It’s easier to unravel this way, too!
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13. Convert some old candle holders to twine holders. They’ll look gorgeous in your craft room.
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14. Or how about a sugar dispenser? Sweet!
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15. Put your yarn in some old coffee cans. You can even make a set of cubbies by attaching them together.
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16. Three-tiered craft storage lets you see all of your materials at a glance.
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17. Put together a frame, scrapbook paper and some small containers for a kid-friendly craft supplies organizer.
18. Tired of searching through piles of fabric? Make a material hanger out of cooling racks and a clothes hanger.
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19. This post on craft hacks for kids offers some smart tips for storing the kids’ craft supplies.
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20. You can also wrap fabric around cardboard, and store it in a container.
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21. While you’re quilting, sort your pieces out on baking sheets and stack them. You’ll always stay organized!
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22. You know those soap boxes you can get in the travel toiletries section? They’re ideal for storing kids’ crayons, cards, beads and all sorts of small materials.
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