Last Updated on July 20, 2019 by Ellen Christian
Craft room storage is something I’ve been giving a lot of though to. Like my office, my craft room is my living room. I keep my craft supplies in the living room and then craft in the kitchen at the table. Some day I would love to have a real craft room but for now, I’ll have to deal with what I have. When I bring craft supplies into the house, I need to be aware of what kind of craft room storage I have. I don’t want huge piles of craft supplies out in the open for everyone to see. I tend to keep things in drawers but then I forget what is inside and it all gets mixed together so I can’t find anything.
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Craft Room Storage DIY
I started with a simple organizer from the dollar store that has three drawers. I labeled each drawer with what I wanted to store in it. I used the Silhouette Cameo to make the letters for each drawer. It’s very simple to do. Just open up the software on your computer and write your phrase or words. You can choose all sorts of different fonts and re-size things easily to fit the area you are working in. Once that is done, you just connect the Silhouette Cameo to your computer and load the paper on the special cutting mat. Carefully remove the letters and glue or tape them on your organizer. You will not believe how easy it is to use the Silhouette Cameo. No more trying to cut things out on the lines without destroying them. Everything is the same size and neatly cut. I made my letters out of regular scrapbook paper you can buy at the craft store.
I’ve teamed up with Silhouette to bring you crafts, discounts and giveaways every month. If you aren’t familiar with Silhouette, it’s a really neat crafting and cutting machine. It can cut paper, vinyl, and fabric for all sorts of neat projects. You can do words as well as all sorts of neat shapes and designs. You can create your own designs or you can buy designs from Silhouette to use. There are even free designs you can download. I’m using the Silhouette Studio® Designer Edition software on mine.
From July 1 to July 10, Silhouette has a great discount going on.
- Silhouette CAMEO® plus the Silhouette Studio® Designer Edition software for $269.99
- Silhouette Portrait™ plus the Silhouette Studio® Designer Edition software for $129.99
- The Silhouette Studio® Designer Edition software for $24.99
Use the code CONFESSIONS at checkout to get these discounted prices. Remember, you only have until July 10 to get the discount so don’t wait too long.
Ellen is a busy mom of a 22-year-old son and 27-year-old daughter. She owns 5 blogs and is addicted to social media. She believes that it doesn’t have to be difficult to lead a healthy life. She shares simple healthy living tips to show busy women how to lead fulfilling lives. If you’d like to work together, email email@example.com to chat.