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Calendar Magnet Board

Calendar Magnet Board Make a framed calendar magnet board using sheet metal and homemade magnet buttons. Project includes clipart for different occasion magnets, including birthday, doctor, vacation and more.

 

Mail Organizer

Mail Organizer Keep mail and other important documents organized with this colorful springtime Mail Organizer. You could also use this hanging wall organizer to keep magazines and newspapers neat and orderly. And don't forget about the key storage down below!

 

Beaded Chalk and Bulletin Board

Beaded Chalk and Bulletin Board Keeping track of everyday activities can be glamorous with this chalk and bulletin board combo with beadwork.

 

Knick Knack Cabinet

Nick Knack Cabinet Find a place for all your odds and ends with this Knick Knack Cabinet. Give each drawer a label so you know where everything goes. This handy storage and organization system can be used in the office or craft room.

 

DIY Magnet Board

DIY Magnet Board Hang all your important keepsakes and reminders on your DIY magnet board. This is so easy to make and you can design it to match your decor. Easy crafts like this are fun to make when you can add your own creativity.

 

Fancy Butterfly and Flower Paper Clips

Fancy Paper Clips Why settle for plain old paper clips when you can add a special touch with your paper crafting skills and supplies! Make this fun paper craft project by Maria Nerius for your office.

 

Upcycled Craft Tool Caddy

Upcycled Craft Tool Caddy Gather up your supplies and create an Upcycled Craft Tool Caddy using paper coffee cups. Organization crafts are both fun and practical. Best of all, you don't have to spend a ton on supplies when you use eco-friendly materials like coffee cups.

 

DIY Framed Jewelry Organizer

DIY Framed Jewelry Organizer Take a frame, some cork, a drawer pull, and Krylon spray paint and what do you have? A DIY Framed Jewelry Organizer! This is a simple enough project to complete in a hour and it is adaptable. Use basic frames or fancy frames that could use a fresh coat of paint and create your own organizer. Several of these up on the wall would look amazing and this project is super easy to do.

 

Knick Knack Organizer

Nick Knack Organizer Little craft supplies and items can be stored with ease with the help of this Knick Knack Organizer. With several windows to hold all kinds of items, this organizer is a great addition to any craft room design. You can also decorate it with paper or paint to really make it unique and special. Organize a craft room, closet, garage, or nursery with the help of this adorable Knick Knack Organizer.

 

Tissue Art Box

Tissue Art Box Acrylic paint crafts are a great way to express your creativity. You don't have to be a crafting expert to create a Tissue Art Box - just follow allow with this tutorial and you'll have a fantastic keepsake box.

 

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