How to Declutter Your Craft Room in 8 Easy Steps
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If you're a crafter, you know that having a tidy, well-organized craft room is a must. Not only does it make finding crafting supplies easier, but it also helps the creative juices flow. Of course, keeping your craft room spick and span can be a bit of a challenge, especially if you don't have a lot of storage space. But never fear—with a little bit of effort and some upcycling, you can declutter your craft room and reclaim your creativity! Learn how to organize craft supplies in 8 easy steps here!
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How Do I Declutter And Organize My Craft Room?
A cluttered craft room can be frustrating and overwhelming. You know you need to declutter, but where do you even start? Here are our top 3 tips on how to organize and declutter craft supplies.
Start By Purging Your Craft Supplies
What is the first step to decluttering your room? Purge your supplies. Go through everything and get rid of anything that you no longer use or that is damaged beyond repair. Once you've sorted through your supplies, put them into categories, so they're easy to find when you need them. For example, you might have a section for stamps, stencils, dies, inks, tools, and so on. This will help you stay organized and make the most of the space in your craft room.
Invest in Multi-Purpose Furniture and Upcycle Old Stuff
One way to make more space in your craft room is to invest in multi-purpose furniture and upcycle old stuff. For example, an ottoman with hidden storage can be used as a place to store 12x12 patterned paper, cardstock, and other large or bulky tools. A coffee table with drawers can hold tiny bits and bobs, stickers, washi tapes, and more. An old mug can hold paintbrushes, pencils, alcohol markers, etc.
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Get creative with your furniture choices and look for pieces that can serve more than one purpose.
Use Vertical Space Wisely
Using vertical space wisely is a must-try hack for organizing craft supplies - especially if you have a tiny craft room. If you have empty walls, consider hanging shelves to store supplies or displaying finished projects.
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Wall-mounted pegboards are also great for organizing tools and keeping them within easy reach. Get creative with how you use vertical space in your room, and you'll be surprised at how much more storage capacity you have!
Arts and Crafts Organization Ideas - Straight from the Expert!
Check out the video above and take a peek at our very own Creative Ambassador Lydia Evans’s craft room! We hope you learn a thing or two on how to organize your craft room!
How to Declutter Your Craft Room in 8 Easy Steps
1. Schedule some "me" time. Set aside an hour or two when you know you won't be interrupted. Turn off your phone, close the door, and make yourself a cup of tea, coffee, or whatever your go-to drink is. You deserve it!
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Start Organizing and Decluttering Your Craft Room With These Easy Hacks!
A decluttered craft room will save you time and frustration - not to mention money (no more duplication mistakes!). By following these 8 simple steps on decluttering and organizing craft supplies, anybody can achieve an organized and functional crafting space. Do you have other tips on how to organize a craft room? Feel free to share them below! We’d love to hear them.
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I love all your ideas. I like things organized because I can find what I need. Thanks for sharing ideas. BTW, did you stencil all those flowers on everything or are they “peel & stick”.
Great videos, great ideas and suggestions. My biggest problem is I own way to much. I find something I like and have to have every color plus refills. Pens, pencils, paints, inks, paper, I have started to control my doodads drawer. My embellishments were overrunning my room. I purchased these stamp cabinets at show but the Company has since closed. The drawers were perfect height for wooden stamps but aren’t real strong to store bins by company. I think my hardest thing will be to purge, cause you never know when that day will come that I need something I tossed. I’ll have to put up a motto “GET IT DONE” So you can have fun. Thanks for your inspiration.
I really loved watching the videos on organizing and decluttering a craft room. There were some great ideas; something for me to think about doing.
Enjoyed the video ideas greatly. Where can the white drawers be purchased? It looks like they slide easily and waste no space.
I have to see my “goodies”, not in drawers. This way I use what I have…after a project, I clean and get ready for the next project. At hands reach….it is used.
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