Spring Cleaning Craft Corner Organization Tips

Spring 2020 Crafting Organization Tips

If you’re stuck at home without much to do, it’s time to start spring cleaning! Make the most of your time and streamline your household with Spring 2020 Crafting Organization Tips. Craft supplies quickly become disorganized. Every time you start a new project, it’s easy to toss your materials back into your craft room or craft corner. As a result, you wind up with a big mess. That’s why we’re focusing this post on how to organize your craft supplies.

Use Clear Storage Jars

Whether it’s apothecary jars or mason jars, clear storage is an excellent way to see what you have. Because plastic or glass jars come in a variety of sizes, you can find containers to fit all your supplies and notions. Here’s are some ideas of what to place in clear jars:

  • Buttons
  • Thread
  • Beads
  • Markers, Pens, Pencils
  • Washi Tape 
  • Glue sticks

If kids crafts supplies need to be stored, this is a perfect way for you and your family to find the items they need quickly.

Use Supplies as Decor & Display Fabrics

As with the glass jars, don’t be afraid to show off your supplies. Use hooks on your wall or pegboard to hang your glue guns, ribbons, notions, and more! Don’t be afraid to let the color pop and show off the tools of your hobby. This approach also keeps things very accessible. You will find stuff with just a quick scan of the wall.

Use Door Space Wisely

Use over-the-door pantry organizers to store items like wrapping paper, tape, ribbon, and other like items. This keeps things out of the way and off the floor. For small pieces, buy canisters to store items like pens, pencils, etc.

Label Everything

It sounds simple, but it’s not something we always remember to do. So, LABEL EVERYTHING. You don’t want to have to open up ten boxes to find one unique skein of yarn. By labeling all your containers and storage boxes, you’ll be able to find anything you need in no time at all!

Spring 2020 Crafting Organization Tips

Small Solutions: for Craft Corners & Workstations

Not everyone has an entire room dedicated to their craft supplies. Indeed, most of us have a rolling cart, closet, or small corner of the home where we store our supplies. Here are some ideas for people with limited space:

Use Pegboards to Your Advantage

Pegboards have a vintage, utilitarian look, but when you add shelves, baskets, and tin cups to hold your small supplies, it becomes a statement piece. This is also an inexpensive way to get all your supplies off the ground, giving you more room to work. IKEA is one company that has taken the idea of the pegboard to the next level with slat wall organizers. They even have a full line of accessories you can use to hang and store everything rolls of ribbon to buttons.

Optimize Your Reach-in Closet

Most homes have reach-in closets. There are closets usually outfitted with one high shelf and a pole for hanging clothes. If you have an extra closet to work within your home, you can make this your new craft area. These closets are often large enough to place a narrow bookshelf, which is perfect for organizing containers. Remember to label everything! If possible, add lighting and a fold-out chair and table. To maximize your spaces, take the door off and place a curtain there instead. This allows you to extend the area when you need it. And don’t forget the pole! Instead of hanging clothes, use hangers to drape your fabrics.

Convert an Old Piece of Furniture to Help Organize Your Crafts

Do you have an old china cabinet collecting dust in your dining room or garage? A china cabinet is an innovative way to organize your craft supplies while keeping the aesthetic of your room intact. Mason jars, canisters, and boxes all find a home in your new craft cabinet. For cabinets with ample shelves, proudly display your sewing machines and more extensive tools.

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