Hello all, today I’m talking about organizing a craft closet.
Today is our first DIY Challenge of the new year, hosted by Terrie from Decorate and More with Tip. Today’s all about organizing.
If you are coming from Blue Sky at Home welcome and I hope you enjoyed Carol’s post.
A craft room being organized is important for a blogger. So today, I’m sharing organizing my craft closet.
I took this picture before I began organizing.
First, I purchased storage containers in two depths from Walmart.
Next, I emptied the closet and sorted items. Items I no longer use will be tossed or taken to Goodwill.
In the end, I find this works best when organizing a craft room, kitchen cabinets, closets and pantries.
Let’s Begin Organizing a Craft Closet by Filling the Bins
For instance, clear bins work best for storage because I can immediately see what’s inside. This is especially helpful when crafting.
Meanwhile, I had bought garlands to decorate for different seasons, and they have been placed in bins and on a shelf.
Also flowers I had bought for different seasons are in there own bins. Besides having the flowers separate for seasons makes decorating easy for any season. Also, a lazy Suzan I use for crafting round items found a spot.
Afterward, I sorted mosses, specifically, green moss and various Spanish mosses. As a result of having extra bins on the smaller side they are perfect to keep the mosses neat and accessible.
Additionally, wreath and Styrofoam I have are also in bins.
Dried rosebuds, rose pieces and dried chamomile I have are in Mason jars.
Lastly, boards I use for painting are between the shelves and easy to grab for projects.
Please be sure to visit Jodi at The House House and see her organized pantry.
Next, stay tuned because spring crafts will slowly begin hitting your inboxes.