20 New DIY Storage Solutions You Need Immediately

I feel like I’ve never actually hit the potential of how organized I can be. I’ll do really well for a while, and then suddenly my entire night stand is filled with coupons from the last year and a half, and every surface is filled with papers, and various foods are just shoved in the cabinets, and I can’t find my favorite pen.

Recently I learned the magic of actually having a pencil cup on my desk instead of scattering eleven pens across its surface. I also recently discovered this amazing DIY storage solutions below! From precious little boxes to DIY coat racks, baskets, and more, these lovely ideas will help you stay a little more organized (and a lot more organized than me).

Last year, we put together a fantastic collection of 20 Unique Storage Solutions from FaveCrafts, and this year we’re sharing the love. Below you’ll find storage ideas for the kitchen, craft room, living room, and more from all over the web. Learn how to make a great storage solution and display it proudly! Not only will guests remark on how organized you are, but you’ll be able to proudly say you made that storage solution yourself.

DIY Storage Solutions

DIY Storage Solutions: Metallic Rope Throw Basket

  1. 5-Minute Gift Wrap Organizer Ikea Hack
  2. Easy DIY Book Ledge
  3. Industrial Farmhouse Pipe Coat Hooks
  4. DIY Metallic Rope Throw Basket
  5. Fabric Box Tutorial
  6. DIY Wooden Dowel Coatrack
  7. DIY Wood Dowel Blanket Ladder
  8. DIY Gem Pull Boxes
  9. Bling Craft Jars
  10. Easy Crochet Baskets
  11. DIY Modern Key Holder
  12. Vintage Wood Bowl Hanging Planter
  13. Precious Pails Art Supply Storage
  14. Minimalist DIY Necklace Holder
  15. T Shirt Yarn Crochet Rainbow Storage Basket
  16. DIY Leather Handle Boxes – upcycle a BELT!
  17. Unicorn Decoupaged Craft Storage – unicorns are trending
  18. Metallic Gold DIY Crate
  19. DIY Farmers Market Bags (that are avocontrol)
  20. DIY Non-Slip Hangers

What is the storage solution helping you most in your life right now?

Get Organized: 20 Unique Storage Solutions

If you are anything like me, your home is probably just a wee bit cluttered—to say the least. Maybe it’s hard for you to throw things away because they have sentimental value, or maybe your home just lacks the proper storage to put things away in. Either way, things are starting to pile up, and you need some  DIY storage ideas. Look no further—we’ve got you covered. With this list of 20 Unique Storage Solutions, you can learn some great strategies for craft room storage to help you organize all of your crafting supplies. These DIY ideas are the ultimate storage solutions for anyone who loves to craft.

Get Organized: 20 Unique Storage Solutions

Craft Storage
First things first, you might as well start with your craft room. With all of the different materials you’ve acquired over the years for various projects, it’s most likely that that’s the disaster zone of your home. Put a dent in the clutter with these craft room storage solutions.

Gold-Dipped DIY Organizer

1.  Gold-Dipped DIY Organizer
2.  Knick Knack Cabinet
3.  15-Minute Recycled Desk Organizer
4.  Storage Station with PVC Cubbies
5.  Recycled Milk Carton Stationery Organizer
6.  Fresh Filing Cabinet Makeover
7.  Refashioned Cardboard Storage Bins

Kitchen Storage
You can never have too much storage space in a kitchen. Especially if you have a small kitchen, storing all of your supplies can become a huge challenge. Taking advantage of wall space is a great way to make a small space seem bigger, making DIY wall storage projects perfect when learning how to organize your kitchen.

Upcycled Bookcase Coffee Station

8.  Upcycled Bookcase Coffee Station
9.  Radical Repurposed Door Organizer
10.  Chalk Paint Pantry Jars
11.  Open Shelving Kitchen Pantry
12.  15-Minute Kitchen Canister
13.  Rolling Pantry DIY Kitchen Storage
14.  Create a Functional Pantry

Miscellaneous Storage Solutions
If after organizing both your craft room and kitchen, your house is still an unorganized mess, try out these other DIY organization ideas. Maybe your kids aren’t very good about putting their toys away, or maybe your files are piling up in your office. From playroom storage bins to office storage cabinets, we’ve got the convenient storage solutions to help.

Children's Numbered Bookcase

15.  Children’s Numbered Bookcase
16.  DIY Organization Board
17.  DIY Vintage Window Frame Organizer
18.  Framed Burlap Earring Organizer
19.  Personalized DIY Desk Accessories
20.  Unexpected DIY Bathroom Rack


Which room in your home needs the most organizing?

 

Cut Clutter: 13 Simple Storage Solutions

 There’s never a bad time to get organized. Some people make it a priority after the holidays (we’ve all had the organization new year’s resolution at some point), but we don’t like you should wait that long. The kids are heading back to school and the temperatures are starting to drop, so no is the time to hit the reset button on your organization situation. Before you jump in the car and head to your favorite big box store for generic bins and boxes, check out these projects and get inspired to create your own cool storage supplies.

I started thinking about this topic because I recently moved. As I began to unpack, I realized that if I didn’t have some method of organization, I would probably never see a couple of my belongings ever again. Now I don’t look at organization as a burden – it’s a necessity. When you change your view on the topic and make it fun, the creative possibilities really open up. You can use a variety of supplies for the storage and organization crafts in this list. Whether you want to dip into the recycle bin or go crazy with paint, you’ll end up with an amazing organizer – promise!

Discover just how easy it is to craft your own storage supplies and live a clutter-free life. Once you organize your space, your day-to-day existence will feel a little less chaotic. These are big claims but we aim to deliver! Learn how to make your own bins, boxes and bags with these delightful craft tutorials – you won’t be disappointed!

 

Our Favorite Creative Storage Solutions

Tie Dyed Storage Baskets

Mini Drawer Storage System

Geisha Decoupage Box

Plastic Bottle Bathroom Storage

Bed Pocketsgreat for a dorm room!

Perfect Storage Shelf

Bird’s Nest Photo Box

 Initials Storage Bin

Decoupage Storage Bin

Ribbon Organizer

Crochet Stash Baskets

Pringles Can Storage Container

Yarn Storage Box

 

BONUS! Check out these  5 Craft Room Storage Tips You Can Use and get inspired to create your own craft space. You don’t need a huge home or a giant warehouse, either. Discover how to transform even the tighten space into a craft sanctuary. In this collection, you’ll find DIY ideas, genius tips and so much more!

 

 

 

How do you stay organized?

 

 

Want an Everything Mary Complete Sewing Storage Collection? Win One!

You’re getting picked up in an hour for a weekend with your significantly older cousins, and while you’re excited for the reunion, you know there will be a lot of downtime at night (everyone retires early on the farm). What do you bring to do? Your latest finds from the library aren’t terribly captivating, nor is solitaire after fifteen rounds. Your eyes alight on your sewing machine. A later model, it isn’t too heavy or very loud, but how will you transport it?

Everything Mary Complete Sewing Storage CollectionOK, so maybe this isn’t your exact scenario, but if you sew you’ve most likely had some need for machine transport. In such cases where protective gear for your favorite machine is necessary, the editors at AllFreeSewing happily recommend products from Everything Mary. Integrating contemporary style into craft storage containers, these products offer the best in terms of aesthetics and functionality.

For sewing enthusiasts like ourselves, Everything Mary imagines every accessory for your machine possible. From the basic necessities like the Sewing Machine Cover and Square Sewing Box, to more innovative products like the Rolling Sewing Tote, this merchandise is on every sewist’s wish list.

Obviously you want these accessories, but beyond merely looking fabulous Everything Mary’s products are practical for the typical sewist’s lifestyle. You don’t have to be in the scenario above to understand the value of a good sewing machine cover. With the dual capability of keeping dust out of your machine and storing notions in its pockets, this machine cover is, in a word, ideal. If you’re in need of some overall sewing room organization, a sewing box like the one from Everything Mary can handle even your fabric stash. Keep the clutter neatly contained with this box, which includes a space for your spare pins and needles underneath the lid. Are you the traveling type? The Everything Mary Rolling Sewing Tote keeps the standard model securely in place, allowing for easy transportation of more than just your sewing machine. Take your entire project along to a weekend away, a trade show, or even when transferring sewing rooms in the house.

Everything Mary

 

Everything Mary Complete Sewing Storage CollectionEverything Mary satisfies a basic sewist’s needs with their innovative and stylish products, and AllFreeSewing is thrilled to announce an opportunity for you to win all three of the aforementioned goodies this month! Until April 24th, you can enter the Everything Mary Complete Sewing Storage Collection giveaway once a day, every day. Normally not sold together, one lucky person will win the Everything Mary Sewing Machine Cover, Square Sewing Box, and Rolling Sewing Tote for free!

How do you transport your sewing machine?

How to Organize Your Home: DIY Storage Ideas

Storage Station with PVC CubbiesIt’s amazing how big messes just . . . happen. One minute your kitchen is sparkly clean, and the next, every single pot, pan, and utensil is piled in your kitchen sink. One minute your craft room looks shiny and new, and the next, paper scraps and yarn seem to have exploded in a whirlwind of crafty catastrophe. You can apply this to any room in your home, and this problem seems to particularly abound right after the holidays have passed. Perhaps your family room exists under mountains of pine needles and gift wrap. You get the idea.

There are an abundance of ideas all over FaveCrafts, AllFreeHolidayCrafts, and many more of our relevant craft sites that will teach you how to store your stuff! Organize your craft room, closet, and every other space in your home with any or all of these DIY storage ideas.

 

Bathroom Organization Ideas

Jeweled Makeup Compact

Makeup has a tendency to just end up everywhere. Suddenly your white bathroom counters are black and pink with exploded eye shadow and blush. Powder is everywhere. These ideas for storing makeup and other bathroom essentials will keep your private space neat and organized. You’ll never be embarrassed when guests see your bathroom with these DIY storage ideas.

 

How to Organize your Kitchen

Radical Repurposed Door Organizer

These kitchen ideas are the best. Organize your food, your shelves, your veggies, your life. These kitchen storage ideas are sure to keep your food from being hidden in the far reaches of the pantry, and you can even organize your utensils and grocery lists, too!

 

Living Room Decorating Ideas

Fancy Magazine Holder

Magazines and newspapers tend to expand and cover every couch, end table, and the entire floor space of your living room. Make any of these beautiful magazine organizers, and while you’re at it, organize your home with various boxes and bins that are stylish and functional.

 

How to Organize your Bedroom

Classy CD Storage

Decorate in a practical way with these fantastic storage ideas. These organizational tips will teach you how to organize your home and keep your bedroom belongings in places you may actually remember! Organize your jewelry, socks, CDs, and pretty much anything else you keep in your bedroom. These ideas are great for kids’ bedrooms, too!

 

Craft Room Organization Ideas

Craft Room in a Jar

Last but certainly, certainly not least, get that craft room organized. Just imagine a craft room without some form of order. Here is what it would look like: glitter. Glitter everywhere. Do you want an explosion of little odds and ends? Of course not. Organize your craft room with a crafty solution! These DIY storage ideas will be a life saver.

 

What room is the hardest for you to keep organized?

 

 

Link Love: Crafty Storage Solutions

Are you feeling a little … scattered? This time of year can be super fun but so stressful. Right now, you’re probably finishing up last-minute gifts, decorating your home, cooking epic feasts and sending out holiday cards – there’s so much to do in a very short amount of time. One way I cope with stress is by staying as organized as possible. When the world gets crazy, I get to work – it helps me cut through the chaos. Plus, New Year’s Eve is just around the corner, and so many people make a promise to get organized in the new year. Luckily, you don’t have to spend a fortune on expensive yet generic items like boxes and baskets. Instead, you can use your crafty skills and make a few of your own!

The more you like the organizational items you make, the more likely you are to want to use them and show them off. Be sure to tailor the colors to match your decor – you can seamlessly integrate the items into your home. Fun n’ Colorful Glass Canisters are completely customizable and so fun to make. Use sponges, stencils and paint to create messages and labels for the jars. You can also upcycle an old wooden bin and add fun touches to create a Decoupage Storage Pin. Dip into your stash of ribbons and buttons to make this piece stand out. If you’re lucky enough to have your own crafting space, you know that it can get a little messy sometimes. Quick and easy projects like the Water Bottle Supply Organizer can help you sort your craft supplies so you never lose anything again! Plus, you can reuse recycled plastic bottles – it’s a great way to go green!

Don’t wait until January to get organized. Take some time now to sort through your craft supplies and put a few items in a safe place. These simple activities will help you stress less and enjoy the holiday season so much more.

diy-storage-solutions

  1. ‘That’s a Wrap’ Fabric Covered Boxes from Caught on a Whim
  2. Craft Room Storage Cabinet from Finding Home Online
  3. Mason Jar Sewing Kit from Juliette Laura
  4. DIY Storage Container from A Bubbly Life
  5. DIY Leather Pencil Case from The Merry Thought
  6. Fabric Covered Magazine Files from Creative in Chicago
  7. Easy Washi Tape Storage from Scattered Thoughts
  8. DIY Storage Box Makeover from Whimsy Darling
  9. Denim Pencil Case from Vanilla Craft

Scrappy Fabric Baskets from Threading My Way: National Sewing Month 2013

It’s Day Twenty-One of National Sewing Month! Too see the daily blog posts, projects of the day, and more National Sewing Month details, click here.

National Sewing Month 2013

Hi, Pam here from Threading My Way. I’m thrilled to be joining in with National Sewing Month.
Today I’m going to show you how to make your own Scrappy Fabric Basket, using small pieces of fabric from your stash. Measuring 6.5″ x 4.5″ x 4″ (16.5 cm x 11.5 cm x 10 cm), this handy sized basket is sturdy enough to stand up by itself. Let’s get started with the tutorial.
Materials:
  • 20 pieces – 11 inches x 2 inches (28 cm x 5 cm) – fabric strips for the exterior of the basket.
  • 2 pieces – 9 inches x 9 inches (23 cm x 23 cm) – contrast color for the lining
  • 2 pieces – 9 inches x 9 inches (23 cm x 23 cm) – light weight iron-on interfacing
  • 2 pieces – 9 inches x 9 inches (23 cm x 23 cm) – medium to heavy weight, woven, sew-in interfacing
The fabric strips can be any combination of prints. I used quilting cotton. You may not use all the strips.

I like the combination of the light weight iron-on interfacing and the medium to heavy weight, woven, sew-in interfacing. This produces a basket that will stand up by itself, without being bulky to sew. You could substitute this with different weight interfacing, fleece or batting. It all depends on the look you are after and what you are used to sewing with.

Instructions:

All seams are 3/8″ (1 cm), unless otherwise indicated.

Use a NON steam setting for pressing.

Back-stitch at the beginning and ending of seams. Arrange fabric strips:

  1. Lay 10 fabric strips side by side for the front and the same for the back.
  2. Play with the strips until you are happy with the arrangement.

 

Sew fabric strips together:

Sew the fabric strips together, at random angles, making sure the seams are straight as you sew. The long edges of the fabric will not be level.

  1. Lay the 2nd strip on the 1st strip, right sides together and at an angle, beginning in the left corner. Line up your presser foot with the top fabric and sew.
    Step 1: place top fabric at an angle
  2. Trim excess fabric, before sewing the next seam.
    Step 2: trim excess fabric from seam
  3. Lay the 3rd strip on the 2nd strip, right sides together and at an angle, beginning in the right corner.
    Step 3: place next fabric at a different angle
  4. Continue sewing the strips, alternating the direction of the angles and varying the degree, until all the strips are sewn. You may find you only need 9 strips per side. It all depends on how you have placed the fabrics.
 
Press seams open:
  1. When all strips are sewn for both front and back, press the seams open.
  2. Trim the sewn strips into a square, 9 inches x 9 inches (23 cm x 23 cm)
    Step 2: trim into a square
  3. Sew down each side of both squares, 1/8 inch (3 mm) from the edge of the fabric. This will secure the seams you have just cut.
Step 3: secure seams by sewing along the sides
Top-stitch:
  1. Set stitch length to slightly longer than normal. I set mine to 2.8.
  2. Top-stitch on either side of each seam, sewing 1/8 inch (3 mm) from the seam.
Attach interfacing:
  1. Follow manufacturer’s directions to fuse the iron-on interfacing to the wrong side of each square. I always cut iron-on interfacing a fraction smaller than the fabric and I place a cloth under the iron. This prevents any glue getting on the iron.
    Step 1: iron-on interfacing
  2. Attach the woven, sew-in interfacing, to the wrong side of each square, by sewing around all 4 edges, 1/8 inch (3 mm) from the edges. Sew with the interfacing uppermost.
Step 2: sew-in interfacing



Exterior of basket – sew front to back:

  1. With right sides together, sew down one side, stopping with the needle in the down position 3/8″ (1 cm) from the bottom edge.
  2. Lift the presser foot and turn the fabric 90º.
  3. Lower the presser foot and sew across the bottom, stopping with the needle in the down position 3/8″ (1 cm) from the side edge.
  4. Lift the presser foot and turn the fabric 90º.
  5. Lower the presser foot and sew the 2nd side.
  6. Neaten the edges by zig-zagging. Do NOT zig-zag the seams together. Sew them separately.
  7. Press seams open.
Making the box corner:
  1. Measure 2 inches (5 cm) from the bottom corner seam in both directions. (Measure from the seam. Don’t measure from the edge of the fabric.)
  2. Put a mark to show where 2 inches (5 cm) is. You will have four marks, all 2 inches (5 cm) from the bottom corners.
    Steps 1 & 2: measure 2″ from corner
  3. Pull out the sides of your basket.
  4. Place one seam on top of the other seam.
  5. Put a pin through the top mark. If the pin comes out through the mark on the other side, your boxed corner will line up.
    Step 5: check that the marks are lined up
  6. If the pin is not coming out through the mark on the other side, reposition the fabric until it does.
  7. Make sure the seams are open.
  8. Holding the fabric in place, take the pin out and re-pin away from the marks.
  9. With a ruler, draw a line across the fabric, at right angles to the seam and through the mark you made.
    Steps 8 & 9: rule a line to sew along
  10. Remove the pin. If you would like, hand sew to hold in place.
    Steps 10 & 11: remove pin and sew
  11. Sew across the line. I sew a couple of times for reinforcement.
  12. Cut the fabric and neaten.
    Step 12: cut fabric and neaten
  13. Repeat for the other side.
  14. Turn the exterior right side out and press.
Sewing the lining:
The two lining pieces are joined in the same way as the exterior fabric, except that a 3 inch (8 cm) gap is left in the bottom seam, to allow turning later on.
  1. With right sides together, sew down one side, stopping with the needle in the down position 3/8″ (1cm) from the bottom edge.
  2. Lift the presser foot and turn the fabric 90º.
  3. Lower the presser foot and sew 2.5 inches (7 cm) across the bottom. Stop and back-stitch.
  4. Leave a gap and begin sewing  2.5 inches (7 cm) from the 2nd corner. Back-stitch as you start sewing. Stop with the needle in the down position 3/8 inch (1 cm) from the side edge.
  5. Lift the presser foot and turn the fabric 90º.
  6. Lower the presser foot and sew the 2nd side.
  7. Neaten the edges by zig-zagging. Do NOT zig-zag the seams together. Sew them separately.
  8. Press seams open.
  9. Make boxed corners as per the exterior of the basket.
  10. Leave the lining wrong side out.
Attach the lining to the outside of the basket:
  1. Place the exterior inside the lining. IE: the right side of the exterior is next to the right side of the lining.
    Step 1: place exterior inside lining and line up top edges
  2. Line up the top edges of the lining and the exterior.
  3. Match the seams on either side, making sure the seams are open.
  4. Baste (hand sew) the top edges of the lining and the exterior to hold in place.
  5. Sew a 3/8 inch (1cm) seam to join the top edges of the lining and the exterior.
  6. Neaten the seam.
Steps 5 & 6: sew seam and neaten
Turn the exterior right side out:
  1. Put your fingers through the hole in the bottom of the lining.
  2. Gently pull the exterior out through the lining.
  3. Close the gap in the lining by sewing a row of stitching near to the edge.
Finishing off:
  1. Push the lining back into the basket.
  2. Press the top edge of the basket.
  3. Top-stitch 1/8inch (3 mm) from the edge, around the top of the basket.
You have finished your fabric basket. These little baskets don’t take long to whip up. You could easily make one in an evening. The most time consuming part is top-stitching the strips.
I made four baskets, each with a particular person in mind, although I’m tempted to keep just one. I think my favorite is the red… love the combination of checks and polka dots, teamed with Alexander Henry’s Willow Berries.
Then again, the yellow/blue combo of stripes and geometric shapes, Oh Boy! by David Walker, is rather striking.
Although the lining on the floral, blue basket appears to be pieced, it’s actually not. However, I deliberately chose it because it looked like patchwork. In fact, the lining could be two coordinating prints as I’ve done in the pink/maroon basket, although, it’s a little hard to see. I just didn’t have enough of any one fabric, which doesn’t matter, as it works well.

Now all you have to do is decide what to put into your basket.

 

Enjoy the rest of National Sewing Month. See you over at Threading My Way.

… Pam

 

 

What would you put in this Scrappy Fabric Basket?

 

 

Saturday Special: Get those Christmas Wrapping Materials Organized!

Yes, it’s June, so you probably don’t want to see a blog post from AllFreeChristmasCrafts right now. But I’ll bet that your Christmas wrap is in shambles right now, shoved left and right in every crevice of your basement. Gift tags are mixed with bows are mixed with ribbon. You couldn’t find those Little Chalkboard Gift Tags if you tried.

Never fear, unorganized Christmas wrapper! AllFreeChristmasCrafts is here with a great DIY storage project to make your Christmas wrap endeavors a little less hectic. You’ll want to make this great DIY organization project now, so when Christmas rolls around, you’ll be prepared to wrap presents creatively and efficiently.

The Easy Christmas Jar Organizer

Cleaning up any kind of mess can be made so much simpler if you have an Easy Christmas Jar Organizer . . . or twenty. Use this jar craft to help create a cute but practical way to store your craft materials, gift tags, or whatever other Christmas wrap you’ve got in stock throughout the year. These Christmas jars can be decorated with your favorite festive scrapbook paper, so they’ll fit right in with the rest of your Christmas home decor. A way to organize that is also decorative? You bet we’ve got it here.

Materials for Jar Craft

Upcycle any plastic jars you’d like for storing your different Christmas wrap supplies. Use a small jar for gift tags, a larger one for bows, and an even larger one for wrapping paper! Okay, it might be a challenge to find a big enough one for rolls of Christmas wrap, but you get the idea. Pick out adorable scrapbook paper for this jar craft. The patterns and colors are totally up to you! You’ll need a ruler to measure your paper. Be sure to have plenty of Mod Podge on hand, and a foam brush to apply it. Last, get some chalkboard paint to cover the jar’s lid.

Instructions for Jar Craft

Once you have your materials on hand, you can put this fun Christmas craft together. You’ll paint the lid with several coats of chalkboard paint, and later you’ll label the lid with chalk. This craft is so versatile because you can easily change your mind about what you want to store in the jar; just erase the chalk and write a new label!  You’ll need to Mod Podge your scrapbook paper to the jar after you measure and cut it out. Add glitter Mod Podge for an even more festive holiday look. Once your homemade jar is dry, you can add embellishments like ribbon to finish it off. You will absolutely love how cute and efficient this little jar will make your Christmas gift wrapping.

Get more detailed instructions to the Easy Christmas Jar Organizer!

 

Related Projects

 

What is your favorite way to organize your Christmas wrap?

 

 

Your Must-Have Craft Supplies List for Kids + How to Store Craft Supplies

craft-cabinetIf you want to have a blast with the kids making the best craft projects out there, there are few materials you should always have on hand. After all, you never know when the urge to make an AllFreeKidsCrafts project is going to hit you. Don’t let yourself or your wallet…. or the limited space in your craft room…. overwhelm you. These essentials are inexpensive and can be stored easily.

 

 

 

Must-Have Craft Supplies List

Take the list below with you to your local craft store and stock up on these must-have supplies. The bill shouldn’t be outrageous, and trust me when I say that these craft materials will take you through tons of kids’ crafts, hours of fun, and a treasure chest of memories.

  • White glue
  • Scissors
  • Construction paper
  • Paper plates
  • Markers
  • Crayons
  • Buttons
  • Beads
  • Paint
  • Pipe cleaners
  • Popsicle Sticks
  • Craft foam
  • Googly eyes
  • Pom poms
  • Felt
  • Tissue Paper
  • Toilet paper rolls (no need to buy these…just save them!)
  • Mod Podge (or make your own)
  • Scraps (fabric, yarn, paper etc…. again just save these)

How to Store Craft Supplies

thrift-shop-book-shelf

The craft supplies won’t overwhelm you if they’re stored in a way that’s pleasing to the eye. There are even crafts you can make with your essential materials to help keep you organized. Whether you have a craft drawer, closet, corner, or room, keeping organized is the key to success.

Crafts for Kids to Make with the Essentials

While some projects require extra supplies that you won’t always have on hand, these projects can be made with the basics. The list goes on and on, but I’ve chosen a select few to get you started. Happy crafting!

What supplies would you add to the list of must-haves?

 

FaveCrafts Giveaway: Crafter’s Caddy

crafters-caddy[1]Perfect for toting all kinds of crafting supplies, the Crafter’s Caddy is a must have for those who like to craft on the go. With plenty of open top access and a handy lower drawer, this storage unit can hold tons of your favorite crafting supplies.

The pullout drawer on the bottom of the tote has 5 smaller sections to hold stamps, embellishments, beads, and more. This is a great caddy to have if you love scrapbook parties, card swaps, craft circles, or just love to craft everywhere you go!

And, as luck would have it, we’re giving away a Crafter’s Caddy to one lucky winner!  If you want to win this organizational tote, just head on over to the giveaway page and register to win.  You have until March 22nd to enter, and you can enter to win once a day, so the more you return, the greater your chances of winning this awesome giveaway!  You can also gain additional entries by blogging about this giveaway or talking about it on Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest.  Good luck!