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Creating an Organized Craft Space

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If you want to be inspired and create, it helps the creativity flow when your space is organized and neat. I recently gave my work space a complete overhaul. I am excited to share the space with you and share a few things I learned along the way! 

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First, a couple of file cabinets will hold more than you can imagine and make everything from paper, crafts, supplies, and personal papers so organized and  convenient to get to!

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File cabinets don’t have to be ugly! I have instructions in this post on how to paint them and take them from drab to fab!

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Spend a few extra bucks to get organizers that are functional, cute, and durable! I found this great container at Jo-Ann’s that holds just about everything I need at a moments notice when crafting. It keeps them organized, handy, and it looks great.

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As a blogger I have so much stuff for staging photos. They are cute but usually end up stuffed in a closet or box. I found a cute bookshelf to store my staging props and dishes on. craft room3

They look great on the bookshelf and they are close at hand. Its nice to see what I have!

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I also have quite a collection of containers and bags (thank you Pick your Plum!) To store these I bought a simple crate from Jo-Ann’s on sale, stained it, and its a perfect holder where they are easy to access.

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My office supplies are in the white boxes on the shelf and my sewing supplies in the box on top.

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Because my desk is so large I can keep my sewing machine and Cricut out of sight in the closet.


When I need them I have lots of room for them on my desk and then when I’m done using them, they are easy to put back out of sight. Everything has a place and nothing feels crowded. I made sure I only kept what I need and use. There were so many craft supplies I had stored over the years that I haven’t used. It was time to get rid of them! Now I feel inspired by what I have, not weighed down with things I don’t use.

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Lastly, I had a small bucket for a trash can.  One problem, this is a craft room so it would fill up in minutes overflowed. It was always overflowing! I wanted a BIG trashcan! I bought a big metal one and painted it gold to match the decor in the room better. Its so functional, and never overflowing. Plus it is as cute as a trash can can be 🙂

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Check out the rest of my office details by clicking on the pictures below:




Previous author of Over the Big Moon. I shared my passion for home and family life! I love graphic design, DIY projects, cooking, and working in my garden! My favorite role is taking care of my husband and our 3 amazing and busy boys!


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