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Monday, December 27, 2010

Ink pad storage

I don't know about you, but I've always struggled with Ink pad storage, and I've always wanted something specific, but couldn't obtain one from the UK that would fit my Stampin Up ink pads. Santa (disguised as my husband, or is that the other way around) left one he'd made himself hung on one of the walls of my craft room on Christmas eve.

What do you think?

One day, I will have my craft room finished and I will show you pictures of the whole room ...

BTW If you'd like something similar I know that Craftracks in the UK sell storage racks but sorry the SU pads are too big for the multiracks.

Edited to say that after many requests I've updated my original post on my blog with design details :O) Merry Christmas

Posted by AuroraDawn

Thursday, December 23, 2010

A great studio

Sometimes the greatest ideas come in the smallest packages. And this is one of them. We often forget that having a great space to create is not about size it is about creativity and what inspires us to create. Some are lucky and have amazing rooms, others have just amazing spaces in their cupboard.

Check more photos including the before and after here.

Friday, December 17, 2010

Bear with us

This is just a quick message to explain why there hasn't been many posts lately. Well, as you can imagine the road to Christmas is as busy time for us at the Crafty Storage team as is for anyone, so we have all been busy with work, family and other commitments.  
Hopefully, once we pass Christmas we can resume the posting more often as before.


Monday, December 13, 2010

Thursday, December 09, 2010

Rose's Metal Die Storage

Metal dies are all the rage (as you can tell by all the ideas lately to store them!)

Here's another idea from Rose, over at Something You Occasions. She uses stamp binders and magnetic sheets to securely hold all her dies!

(photo courtesy of Rose at Something You Occasions)
What I love about this solution is that when the binder is closed, all the dies are contained within it - no worries about one slipping out! Hop over to Rose's blog to find out more.

Posted by Jessica

Tuesday, December 07, 2010

Amber's Homemade Ribbon Rack

Here's a great way to store ribbon! Amber over at All Fresh and Clean! bought this old spice rack (for only TWO dollars!)
(photo courtesy of Amber at All Fresh and Clean!)
and made it over into a super cute ribbon rack!
(photo courtesy of Amber at All Fresh and Clean!)
Head over to her blog for more details. Make sure you tell her Crafty Storage sent you!

Posted by Jessica

Sunday, December 05, 2010

Die Storage

Chris Simon has taken Dawn McVey's Metal die storage idea and altered it slightly.

Each uses just a quarter sheet of cardstock and the pouches are made from plain clear envelopes (no sewing!)

In Chris' words ....... Quick, easy, and cheap!

To see the full post on Chris' blog, Colorful Om, click here

Friday, December 03, 2010

Cardstock Storage

I love this clever cardstock Organization, never gets old. This one comes from Rachel.

Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Alissa's Craft Room

Alissa of 33 Shades of Green is not only an Interior designer, but also a crafter, she has sewing projects decorating projects and a fabulous space to do it all in.
I love the old table that beam on the bottom with the sewing machine on it seems so practical.

She uses lots of nice jars to store her supplies, always visible and neat.

Lots of inspirational touches sprinkled around.

For more visit her blog 33 Shades of Green, you might want to tour the rest of her house its worth a trip.


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