Do You Like Keep Your Craft Space Organized?

I have a couple of things to share that will help you.

Have you purchased the Sequins for Everything? It comes in a plastic container. If you take the lid off, all four colors are exposed. Can you see where I’m going with this? That is like a disaster waiting to happen for me. Thanks to Patty, she turned me on to the new Crafty Storage Jars from Stamp n Storage. I LOVE them.

Don’t take the lid off. Start by using an X-acto Knife and cut the 3 sides of the plastic for one color. Now add that color to one of the jars. Do the same thing for all four colors. No mess, no getting them mixed up with each other, and they didn’t end up on the floor. Win/Win! LOL

And what about some other products? The In Good Taste Elements & Gold Hoops Embellishments come in packaging that no matter how you open the package, it isn’t easy to store after its opened.  They fit perfectly into these jars. I have two packages of the In Good Taste Elements, which is why I needed two jars. I put the leaves in one and the leaf branches (??) in the other, and the hoops fit perfectly inside the jars.  Now those products are in a safe place, and where I can find them. Plus no open packages laying around.

Here is how they look on my shelf, also from Stamp n Storage.

My good friend Gloria, turned me onto these Ultraline Tip Applicator Bottles. They are on Amazon. These are game changers for me. I filled one up with Tombow liquid glue and the other up with the Shimmery Crystal Effects. So much easier, and you get a fine line, and its so much easier on my hands. I labeled the bottles with my P-Touch Labeler.

I hope this post was helpful to you. I know I’m always looking for ways to organize my craft room. Many thanks to Patty Bennett & Gloria Plunkett.

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