Knick Knack Organizer


Knick 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.

Nick Knack Organizer


  • SureCut™ Deluxe Craft Paper Trimmer (12")
  • Cameo Appearance Squeeze Punch (Extra-Large)
  • Upper Crest Border Punch
  • Non-stick Detail Scissors (No. 5)
  • Fingertip Detail Knife
  • Cutting Mat (12" x 18")
  • Pink Paislee She Art Patterned Paper
  • Bella Blvd. Patterned Paper
  • Maya Road Flowers
  • Prima Flower
  • American Craft Letter Thickers
  • October Afternoon Mini Market Stickers
  • Tags



  1. Purchase a display piece at a junk store & spray paint it white.
  2. Then measure each of the different size openings. I made some templates from scratch paper to get a better visual of each dimension.
  3. Trim each different patterned paper to fit all the openings. Some openings were slightly different than the dimensions. Use the fingertip craft knife to take of the extra paper edges to each piece will fit.
  4. Trim each different patterned paper to fit all the openings.
  5. Using a wet glue, adhere the patterned paper to each of the square opening.
  6. Use tags, letter stickers, and border punches, and embellishments to add a creative mantra to the center of your organization piece.
  7. Fill with craft items that are usually hidden in your space that need to be out on display for you to use more frequently.

    Nick Knack Organizer

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The box appears to be a typeset box. they are easy to find at junk stores or antique stores. At this moment I have 4 in my garage that I purchased at an antique mall. My daughter in law found instructions on pintrest to make a wall hanging jewelry holder. My brother wants me to make a family history keepsake box for him. I want a jewelry holder keepsake combo for myself. The 4th one is because it was well priced. I spent 10.00 to 30.00 dollars on them> The 30 dollar one was unusual and in great shape and large and for me.

Some people are not handy enough to make a display box like this one. If I could find one ready made I would. I will be checking out the thrift stores to see what I can find. Helping a charity won't hurt either, will it?

I agree with both of the posts. With a little imagination and thought you can make your own, get wood pieces at the craft store or home improvement store and make a box with openings then decorate it the way you want.

I agree with mrstinaboyd above. I want to make something, not go and buy it!

I hate when I'm trying to make something and the instructions tells you to go purchase the items.


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