Wednesday, June 30, 2010

how to store the small stuff...


If you're like me and you use paper for any of your crafting habits, you often feel the need to hold on to some all of your scraps.  The only problem then, is how to store them.  The other day I had a brillant idea (don't get too excited just yet).  What if I didn't store the scraps, but I used them?  Enter this super simple card...


So, this Crafty Storage blog post was a bit different.  Instead of showing you how to store the scraps, I've given you a quick way to use 'em all!  :)  This should help to free up a bit more space and allow the Crafty Storage to continue.

Posted by Anne

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Amy's unmounted stamp storage

Unmounted stamps have quickly become an extremely popular choice with stampers. The lack of a wooden block means they're inexpensive to ship, extremely portable, and take up a lot less space.

Of course, that means you need a way to store them! Amy over at Prairie Paper and Ink has created a video that highlights the product she uses to store her unmounted stamps:



You can find the same type of stamp storage boxes at many online stores, including the following:

Store More Stamps by Little Monkeys

C.C. Designs Stamp Binder Boxes

Gina K Designs Binder Boxes


Taylored Expressions Mini Binder Boxes


Posted by Jessica

Friday, June 25, 2010

Nestabilities idea


Debbie's idea is not new, but it is always good to be reminded of good ideas.


Click here for more photos.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Shauna's Wheels O' Ribbon

Shauna's ribbon storage is a clever one, Shauna refers to them as her "Wheels O' Ribbon". They are three fabric-covered Styrofoam wheels that are pinned all of her ribbon.
You can see detailed description of how/why Shauna created these on her blog.

Monday, June 21, 2010

Simply Sue's Simple Ribbon Storage

When I saw Sue's ribbon storage idea I couldn't believe how simple it was ...

Just one old shelf and some dowling rods ...



A very simple, but effective way to organise rolls of ribbon. I love how Sue has colour coordinated each giant spool :O)


To visit Sue's blog click here

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Sprinkling glitter

Shirley found this at Target and immediately thought of dispensing glitter out f it.
"I love keeping colorful supplies in view, they inspire me and this? Just makes me want to sprinkle something! :) "
Sh also use tictac's containers for these:
For more of Shirley's organizing ideas and a tour of her fabuloous studio visit here

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Lorna's Crafty Storage Ideas

Lorna has some fantastic storage ideas on her blog:

My favourite is a multi layered alphabet storage box made from an sturdy shoe box:













For this and more storage ideas visit Lorna's blog here.

Note. If you scroll down on the right hand side to her labels and hit the storage label, you'll be able to view all her storage posts in one go.

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Beth's clever ideas and studio


IKEA curtain wire across the top and magnetic knife holders display cards and projects.
Jet Max cube system and a pegboard from Walmart.


I love this ink pad holder foam core ink pad holder that her daughter made for $2 and some glue sticks. Above it hangs a screw etc caddy from the hardware store.


Her handy daughter made Beth these racks to hold the stamp sets. After seeing something similar at IKEA for 20 dollars for 6 feet, she made them out of wood, stained and mounted them for 20 dollars total!


After losing more than a few sheets of cardstock to fading from the sun, Beth asked her friend Larissa to make a "cozie" for the paper racks.


Click here for more photos and explanation. And here for the main page of Beth's blog.

Friday, June 11, 2010

Jenneke's studio


This is Jenneke's studio or as she calls it,m her centre of creativity.


I Love how Jenneke stores her punches over the radiator. Hopefully, the plastic wont melt!


Wednesday, June 09, 2010

Sunday, June 06, 2010

Made by Soraya: Ink Pad Storage Tower


My friend Soraya and her husband Peter has designed its own storage system for ink pads!

Every time she was looking for a neat and easy way to store my distress ink. And if she used the ink, she always had to go looking for the right colour ... really awkward ... until her husband came with the solution ... he made some sketches ... went into his workshop ... and after a few days he came with a prototype. She was just so excited, finally a good storage system, convenient and easy. She can easily take it with her when I go scrapping, it’s an excellent addition to her desk and she can even finish it to suit my style by scrapping it in the colours she like.
Meanwhile, the prototype has grown into a full model.
They have chosen to put this article on the market, because she is convinced that more people are looking for good storage solutions. So take a look at her website for more photos of the Ink Pad Storage Tower designed by Made by Soraya. This is also the place to order them.


Ofcourse I have them myself and they are super! I altered them, so they fit nicely in my interior. For more pictures see my blog (Maria).

Saturday, June 05, 2010

Amy Roller's studio


This studio is filled with lovely details and great storage ideas.


So, just take time and look carefully.


Not only is pretty -lime green and white, perfect combo!- but it is practical as well.




A place for rubber stamps and bellow papers and cricut.

Thursday, June 03, 2010

Michelle's studio


This is Michelle's studio.



I love the practicality of it. Specially, the sorting of inks by color.


To check out more photos and explanation click here.

Tuesday, June 01, 2010

Lots of ribbon ....


Marijke loves ribbons and she hangs them on the wall by color, that's very clarifying.

Some more pictures of her craftroom. I love the colored plastic drawers.

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