Fresh and Formal Stacking Boxes: National Craft Month Project & Giveaway

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Good morning to another day of our  National Craft Month celebration! Today is day 25, and we’re pumped to share another giveaway and craft tutorial with you. Don’t forget that you can visit our blog every day to enter to win a different prize of the day. Find the contest rules and enter below.

Today our friends from Plaid are happy to share an exclusive project with you in honor of  National Craft Month. They’re sharing a spring craft tutorial on how to make a set of Fresh and Formal Stacking Boxes to keep you organized this season! This Fresh and Formal Stacking Boxes from Plaid will keep your favorite nick-knacks, crafting materials, and much more stored in an organized container that also functions as a spring decoration.


Fresh and Formal Stacking Boxes

Fresh and formal Stacking Boxes

Freshen up for the season with this simple spring craft from Plaid . If you’re looking for a cute and clean way to store your craft supplies and other nick-knacks, take a look at the full project, and make these decorative organizational tools for your home.

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Plaid Prize

Today’s prize pack includes 6 FolkArt paints, 2 Handmade Charlotte Stencils, and 2 FolkArt Stencils from Plaid . In order to win today’s prize, all you need to do is:

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*Leave a comment on this blog post below telling us:

What type of craft supplies organizers do you make?


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  • Winner will be selected at random from the comments on this blog post below.
  • Winner will be announced here on the blog tomorrow as well as contacted by the email address provided.
  • You have until tonight, March 25th, 2013 at 11:59p EST to leave your comment on this post. Comments posted after that will not be counted.
  • Contest open to anyone 18+ in US and/or Canada.

SUPER BONUS – WIN $1000 Gift Card!

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Don’t miss your chance to stock up your craft stash and win a $1000 Michael’s gift card. You can enter each day to win this amazing $1000 Shopping Spree at Michaels. You have 6 more days to enjoy National Craft Month, so take some time out of your day to come to the FaveCrafts blog each day to hear about the latest prize.

Good Luck!

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  1. Sally says

    I have made tote bags to carry my craft projects in with all the supplies I need for that project.

  2. Corrie says

    I have made a couple different kinds of marker holders but I am always looking for different diy storage ideas to make.

  3. Nancy Dawn says

    I decorate tin cans, cereal boxes, oatmeal containers, etc with paper, paint, fabric, flowers and ribbon.

  4. says

    I use simple things around the house, baskets, metal containers, such as cookie containers, oatmeal boxes, whatever I have around the house

  5. Corina Hall says

    I have only made different types of p[lastic bins as storage for my craft supplies.

  6. peggy moody says

    my craft is making jewlarywith glass beads , making bed dolls with doll and materals ,painting statues, making flowers for funerals with silk flower.

  7. Michele Berg says

    I love to make storage for my pens and markers, so they are easy to find and stored properly to last longer.

  8. Mike G. says

    I make boxes/organizers that have embossed or textured surfaces in such a way that resembles a Steam Punk style and that look like forged metal.

  9. says

    I like my sewing room to look organized and not cluttered. I do have some plastic containers but stored in my cabinets. Otherwise I try to use functional furniture with doors and drawers. I use many vintage and antique pieces. I work better if organized.

  10. Kathy says

    I’ve made totes to carry projects, needle kits, sewing kits to carry sewing supplies. I have used pencil boxes for knitting/crochet needles. Reused cosmetic pouches to carry supplies. I use a lot of plastic boxes & scrap booking boxes to store fabric & tote projects. Whatever works for what I am currently working on.

  11. dawn says

    I have never made any organizers for my craft things but am so wanting to do this! It is all new to me!

  12. ChristineS says

    I have made totes to store my fabric and carry my projects in. These would be awesome to store thread and bobbins in!

  13. Jackie Seger says

    The only organizing type thing I’ve made are small jewelry boxes from old greeting cards. I would love to make some larger boxes to organize my home

  14. Pat Armstrong says

    I would love to have these hand/homemmade boxes but not quite sure where to start….I need help…bad! I just acquired a room and its alllllll mine! I need to do it right the first time!

  15. Esther Sherrill says

    I have made hanging grocery bag storage bags for storing all the plastic bags from the grocery stores.

  16. Lisa Sisco says

    I have made crocheted storage baskets and am working on a tin can decoupage storage bin for my crochet hooks.

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