Been decluttering and reorganizing my craftroom. Come along and see the storage ideas I have for 2023.
with items you love
If you have items that you are no longer using, remove them from your area. Leave behind the items that you love to use. You will be so much more productive in your space.
Use colorful items
Let your favorite things and colors inspire you in this space.
Located my dies next to my Sizzix Big Shot Pro die-cutting machine. Love the pouches I was able to find on Amazon that have a 9.4×7″ magnetic sheet in them. These are stored inside an IRIS greeting card case. Also, I have my Mosaic Moments dies inside an Artbin mini sidekick case.
Since I always forget about my embossing folders, I decided to store these near my die-cutting machine. And they fit nicely into an ink storage solution that my inks outgrew. Simply used post-its to label the folders since it is very hard to see them at-a-glance.
I love fabric. And baskets! Decided to display my fat quarters so that I am inspired to use them soon.
Stencils, are another thing that I love but forget about using. So I have them next to my desk in a binder so I can pull them out and flip thru them when making cards.
I weeded thru my punches and kept the ones that I use most of the time. I have them in the Ikea Raskog cart next to my desk. Punches are heavy so store them in a safe place that will not damage a shelf or drawer.
I have my Stampin’ Up inks hanging on the wall next to my card-making desk. I found this tray at Hobby Lobby years ago. It’s a container that reminds me “only have this many inks”!
I store my stamps in these storage bins (the white bin is from Ikea ) and have dividers by subject so I can quickly find the right stamp for the card I am making.
I have many stamp & die sets from Stampin’ Up and Close to My Heart (CTMH). I love their containers for storing the stamps and dies together. I have them alphabetically arranged and I can search Evernote for the subject. You can see I am outgrowing this solution!
Love to store my 12×12 scrapbook paper and 8.5×11 cardstock vertically. You can store a ton of paper in these magazine-style containers. It’s easy to pull out the desired subject or color.
Had fun organizing my distress oxide inks. Again, another thing that I had collected but wasn’t using. I now have them located in my top card-making desk drawer. And the rainbow of color is very inspiring!
I keep stuff from the kids’ schoolwork and memorabilia from trips in this IRIS 6-tier project bin tower. This holds up 12×12-sized paper along with other little bits that I don’t want to lose. Bins are labeled by the scrapbook that it’s going into.
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