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30 Blogs with the Best Tips for Organizing Your Craft Room

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Anyone who crafts knows that it’s easy to amass a vast collection of crafting supplies and materials in a relatively short amount of time. Setting up a dedicated craft room is one way to control the chaos, but that only tackles the first hurdle. The next? Organizing all of those beads, glue sticks and paper products so that they are easy to find. To help get your craft room organized and up and running, read through these 30 blog posts. With the help offered here, finding those specific tubes of glitter or packet of colored pencils will never be a problem again.


When you’re in the planning phase of your craft room, it can be helpful to draw out a rough layout of how you want the room to flow. Doing so will help you pinpoint the different types of furniture and containers you’ll need. Browse through these five blog articles to learn how you can plan out your craft room so that it looks and functions the way you want it to.

Going Vertical

While furniture is necessary for closed storage, there is a finite amount of floor space in every room, your craft room included. Because of this, it’s important to find ways to maximize the vertical space you have. You can accomplish this by hanging shelves on the walls, using tall bookcases and mounting storage space on the backs of doors. For more ideas on vertical storage, read these five blog entries.

Using Recycled Items

Storage containers can get pricey, especially when you’re purchasing them in bulk. However, you can help reduce the amount spent on storage by saving old jars, cans and boxes and repurposing them into storage space. These five blog postings will show you how you can put recycled containers to work in your craft room.

Outside the Box

Boxes are often the go-to when organizing, but seeing rows and rows of boxes on your shelves isn’t the most visually appealing way to display your different organization containers. Instead, try to think about unique items that you can use to organize things, like a cup tree for pens and pencils.  Take a look at these five blog posts for some unique storage ideas.


Buying matching furniture and coordinating storage containers can get add up quickly, and you can end up spending a fortune if you aren’t careful. While those craft rooms may look amazing, not everyone has that kind of budget to work with. You don’t have to break the bank when creating a craft room, though. For budget friendly decorating and organizing tips, check out these five blog entries.


Using clear boxes and containers in your craft room makes finding things easy, however not everyone likes the aesthetics of clear storage containers. Labels can help you keep everything organized and easy to find while still allowing you to use more decorative boxes and baskets to store all of your supplies. Take a look at these five blog entries for plenty of labeling ideas.

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