Welcome to the fifth issue of the FaveCrafts Craft Rooms Exposed series! As promised in our monthly craft question post, we will be featuring one craft room every Monday. Get inside tips from some of our favorite bloggers and designers and find out how they turn their craft rooms into lean, mean crafting machines! And now without further adieu, let’s explore our latest featured craft room.
Featured Room Designer: Alyice Edrich from Alyice Edrich Creatives
Organizational Tip: I just reorganized my craft room, yet again, by purchasing more plastic bins and shelves and adding an extra table. For me to create, I need things easily accessible and I need some sort of organization. For instance, I have a bin with three drawers that has “in progress” hand painted papers, “ready to alter” hand painted papers, and “ready to frame” hand painted papers. Then I have a bin with three drawers for hand painted papers that I sized. Each size is then placed into a baggie and labelled…right now I have 2×2, 4×3, and 5×7 cut papers. I also have bins with drawers for tags, mulberry papers, store-bought papers, and scrap papers.I can buy the bins from Wal-Mart and Dollar General from $4 to $15 a pop and the shelves from Wal-Mart for $20. Because they are white, they brighten up my dungeon (my art room is in the basement next to my office). And because the bins are see-through, I can see at a glance where things are saving me time when I need something specific.
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