Send Me Your Organizing Posts!

I’ve collected some pretty cool posts recently about organizing your craft rooms, pantries, and other parts of the home. So many crafty minds out there, I don’t want to miss any! So if you have a post on your blog, or if you know of one that you thought was great, post a comment here. I’m putting together a collection and would love to feature you! If you need to get an idea of what I’m looking for, try one of these recent features:

Organized Pantry
Getting Organized with Labels
Decorated Magazine Holders

While I can’t guarantee I’ll feature them all, I will definitely look at all of them!

Comments

  1. Gina E says

    I had a jewelry box I wasn’t using and could never figure out what to put in it because it had a divider that most items wouldn’t fit into. One day I decided to see if I could get the divider out and it was actually very easy. So, I had a box with no dividers that I could now use for many things, but decided I could also use the divider (all one piece) if I put it up on my wall as a small shelf sort of like a shadow box. It has worked great to put my mini misters on, small glitter bottles, perfect pearls jars and some small jars of embossing powders. It actually freed up several other smaller containers and all those things are within easy reach and reminds me to use them.

  2. says

    This site is an organizing challenge that goes on for 29 weeks. The blogger takes viewers through the process of organizing everything crafty. She has tips, pictures and links to other organizing sites which keeps people motivated and organized. Very helpful and encouraging!

  3. Mrs B says

    Don’t have a photo, my “office” is torn apart for painting. I use pizza boxes to store my scrapbook papers. We are lucky the shop we frequent puts the pizza on a line sheet so the box stays clean.I use them as well for small project boxes.

  4. says

    Pizza boxes is a fabulous idea.
    Mine: votive holders and baby food jars,labeled to hold buttons sitting inside small wood crates hung on the wall

  5. Mary Lou says

    I love shoe bags and stacking shelves that hang off closet rods. My craft area has an immovable pipe on the ceiling that hang the shelves off of and I just tacked the shoe bags onto the walls. They hold a lot!

  6. Diane Parker says

    CanI send you a picture?
    I lived in a small one bedroom apartment and sence I didn’t use my dining room much but needed a craft room this is what I did.
    I had book shelves for books, revolving card holder for cards I made, white wire shelving, a curtin rod for ribbon. clear boxes and colored boxes. fabric shelves to hange for yarn and fabric,a bulitin board, revolving paint holders. and more the pictures show it best. How can I send them? Diane

  7. says

    Today I did a post on my blog Stashmanicure.blogspot.com that shows an inexpensive way of organizing your fabric. I am not sure if that is what you are looking for, but you may want to check it out.
    There are also a lot of others that have contributed their ideas in earlier post.
    I set my blog up four months ago with the idea of having myself and others share ways to manicure and organize your stash of fabrics that we have on hand and to make room for more of that dreamy stuff we can not get enough of! The idea here is to rule your stash before it rules you! LOL!
    Rae Ann

  8. says

    Hey! I’m just getting the hang of the bloging thing, but I recently updated my “studio” and wanted to share…i Hope you enjoy it! I can share more If you are interested!
    -Karie

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