Here are over 20 great ways to organize craft supplies. These come in handy for cleaning up your craft room or studio. Lots of budget friendly options!
My crafting area is a disaster right now. Since I’m living in a loft, I don’t have a “room,” but I do have an area . . . and I know many of you do have craft rooms. And all of us could probably use some organization.
The fact is, when you have craft supplies, you typically have a lot of them. And that means there’s a lot to keep corralled. It’s January (National Organization Month), so I’m going to focus on getting my craft area cleaned up and sorted.
If you want to organize craft supplies or your craft room this month too, I think these 21 ideas are going to help you. Just scroll down to see them – and I’m curious to know which method of organizing craft supplies is your favorite!
How to Organize Craft Supplies
I love this method for pattern storage – and it works especially well for those PDFs print outs.
Use clear plastic holders and hangers to make your scrapbook papers visible and easy to access.
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You can mount a shower caddy to the wall to hold everything from gift wrapping supplies to scissors to notebooks.
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Use clear glass candy jars to store small scraps, like ribbon and fabric.
This yarn bin is easy to make, attractive, and also portable.
Leslie made this table utilizing two bookshelves she already had – so smart!
Add candlesticks to tins to make the perfect tiered storage for any loose craft supplies.
This no-sew felt roll up is perfect for keeping your pens and pencils together and in color order.
A sugar shaker works perfectly to dispense baker’s twine or ribbon.
Decoupage a wood bin with patterned papers for stylish storage. Organize craft supplies, books, patterns, or other items within.
This magnetic spice rack is perfect for holding small embellishments like buttons, paper flowers and chipboard.
Recycle chip canisters into a desk organizer that can hold brushes, pencils and more.
This brilliant storage keeps all your washi tapes sorted and visible using dowel rods and adhesive hooks.
I love how Cathe stores her fabric remnants in vintage luggage – all neatly wrapped and displayed.
Keep your floss from ending up in a big wad by wrapping the colors around clothespins.
This is the perfect way to store your glitter and use it without dumping out the whole container.
This is another great way to hold scrapbook papers – an organizing bin and hanging file folders.
A large pegboard just like Kellie’s makes it easy to hang containers and dowel rods – perfect organization for a craft room.
This old drawer is mounted to the wall, making your paints visible and easy to access.
Virginia came up with this easy-to-make thread storage rack using dowel rods.
An old toothbrush holder becomes a great way to hold scissors and tools.
This paint storage looks good – who knew you could organize craft supplies with PVC pipes?
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