DIY Craft Storage Tables from reclaimed wood is ideal for any room of the house. Reclaimed wood gives a reclaimed look that’s unique. Whether it’s an Ottoman, bench, shelf or drawer; there are many pieces of furniture that can be used to create a DIY Craft Storage Chest or Bench. Reclaimed wood makes the perfect variety for a bedroom, office or even a workshop.
For $50 you can have a beautiful handcrafted DIY crafts storage space bench made out of reclaimed wood from your own home. This handcrafted bench gives you both a working space and storage space. Years ago they used this for a children’s craft area, but now there’s no reason that could work for adults as well! Using reclaimed wood you can use the space to do crafts or just to store all your tiny, decorative items. The benches have a sturdy, solid backing on the legs so it won’t squeak and damage other furniture or hurt your kids’ craft space.
Many of us live cluttered lives and storing is at times a challenge for us. With a few simple diy crafts you can have an organized space where you used to have clutter. Whether its for special crafts, jewelry, crafting supplies or even your children’s books; these mason jars make great containers.
These are some of the best options for an organized craft storage containers. If you’re a scrapbooker, like me, you know how important organization is when it comes to keeping your creative outlet untapped. You can put your scrapbooks in these nifty little boxes and they’ll keep them protected and the pages will stay safe. These boxes also make a wonderful place to store odds and ends that clutter gets in your way.
Do you have a craft organizer but don’t have any clue where to start? I’ve seen pegboard storage organizers and a variety of other designs. As soon as I saw the design for the diy craft organizer, I knew this was exactly what I had been looking for. I already love the idea of being able to find what I need with ease. Having the proper space for all my crafting supplies and their related items is essential to my everyday organization.
Some other items that I keep in my diy craft supplies organizer are tiny washi tapes for sealing my craft supplies or wax paper. Sometimes, when I’m wrapping something up, I will notice that my craft supplies get crumpled and may not be in the same shape that I want them to be in. Using washi tape, I can easily tape together replacement was tape strips. This makes a handy caddy for me.
I use my DIY craft storage also for storing mason jars. There are many different mason jars out there, all with different sizes and styles. I find it convenient to place my mason jars on top of my DIY crafts caddy so that everything I need is right at hand. I can grab the jar with my pin and pull it down just like a chalkboard marker. Now all the stuff in the jars is organized and I can find what I need with ease every time!
No matter what item you’re storing, you should think about using a DIY desk organizer. They’re much more efficient than just throwing tons of different objects on your desk. It’s so much easier and less frustrating to just zip everything into a simple DIY craft caddy. I used mine recently to help sort through my craft supplies. It was such a great feature and I highly recommend it.
Sandy Allen loves to craft and do art. She conducts seminars and online classes about it. She currently lives with her husband and two kids which are also fond of arts and crafts and have it as their favorite pastime and activity.