Creative & Beautiful Craft Supply Organization Solutions

Wondering what to do with all those craft supplies? Here are 10 creative & beautiful craft supply organization solutions that might give you ideas for your own space!

If you are a person who loves to dabble in creative and crafty ideas, you may be struggling with craft supply organization solutions. Here are some ideas to help you find the perfect place and solution for you!

Ideas for How to Organize Craft Supplies

1.Determine a space you can dedicate for craft supplies.

The first step in creating and organizational system for craft supplies is determining a space you can dedicate to them. Once you’ve determined that, you can choose storage systems, furniture, and design accordingly. I’ve experimented with all kinds of craft spaces over the years. There was this Basement Craft & Laundry Room, craft supplies organized in a basement craft and laundry room

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2. Try out craft supply organization in different spaces and ways.

I once had a lovely craft corner storage built into the home we rented (find those details here.). When we moved to our much smaller home, I set up this craft supply area using inexpensive bookshelves and a dresser.  craft supply organization on shelving units with a white dresser in between

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Even a small closet can hold a lot of supplies when organized carefully with baskets, and shelf organizers. craft supply organization in a standard, narrow closet

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A key to making this craft supply organization area work is making the items you reach for the most often convenient to grab. craft paints and brushes organized on a closet shelf A rolling set of plastic shelves holds a great amount of items, and can be tucked away when not being used. craft supplies like fabric organized in a plastic rolling drawer unit Once you determine a space for your crafts, there is no end to the possibilities of how you can arrange & style them. Here are some absolutely brilliant and creative craft supply organization ideas I’ve found on the internet.

Here are 10 beautiful and inspiring ideas for craft supplies organization

3. Use a bookcase

craft paint, scissors, mod podge, ribbons, craft books, and decorative jars organized on a white bookshelf

{Source: A Fresh-Squeezed Life}

4. Design a custom desk & wall space ~ fine-tuned to your specific needs!

Craft supplies like scrapbooking paper and accessories organized against one long wall with cabinets below and hanging pegboard and shelves above

{Source: Craving Some Creativity}

5. Use hanging clipboards to hold important lists and papers.

{Source: Handmade in the Heartland}

6. Design a work desk with creative storage spaces

a custom crafting desk with craft supply storage built in

{Source: Unskinny Boppy}

7. Customize attic space for crafting

{Source: A Turtle’s Life for Me}

8. Make a pretty pegboard organizer

                 {Source: Pretty Providence}

{Source: Fabric Paper Glue}

9. Turn a closet into a crafting center

{Source: Beneath My Heart}

10. Have fun with creative storage solutions ~ like this vintage suitcase!

                       {Source: Summerland Cottage}

…or this tin can caddy!

{Source: Shabby Chic Inspired}

I hope you have fun getting creative with your craft storage. If you’ve been joining me for these past 8 weeks, thank you! And if you didn’t catch it when it first started, feel free to join the home organization challenge whenever you’d like!

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  1. This was my first time reading your post. From what I saw you have given me several ideas about some things I’ve been trying to figure out. I love the pegboard ideas. When my mother passed I got her Samsonite Train Case. It’s in wonderland condition and my mother could sew anything. I haven’t sewn in years and I’ve been looking for ideas to turn the train case into my sewing basket. How do I sign up for your newsletters if you have them? You have inspired me greatly!!! Thank you 🤗

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