Do you need extra space to house all your craft items. One of the most simple ways is to turn a closet into a craft cupboard.
You can pick them up for a small amount of money and customize them up to suit your supplies.
We think this is such a brilliant idea and we love the way that you can utilize the doors to have rolls of fabric and ribbon and even wrapping paper. The set up above, is one of the best we have seen.
Here’s another great example above. Don’t you love the space that has been created in a corner of the craft room. The desk is the centerpiece and the craft ribbon holder is brilliant and simple.
It’s a great way to keep items at your fingertips and in view.
Here’s a brilliant and very simple way of storing your ribbons. All you need is a dollar store basket with the holes in the side and you have them literally at your fingertips via Spunky Junky
Another idea is to use Shoe Boxes to store your ribbons. What a brilliant idea and a great upcycle. All you need to do is pierce some holes in the side of the box like this one via Hello Lucky.
You can also use Plastic Bottles as Ribbon Dispensers – source
Every space is up for grabs and there is little that comes in more useful than the back of a door. The above photo shows you how you can take advantage with the addition of some craft wire baskets and using the lower area to keep wrapping paper or rolls of paper. You could also use a shoe organiser – via I heart Organizing
Another great idea is to use cube storage shelving. This is another easy idea and it provides plenty of space.
Craft Storage Toolbox via Dimplicity
While you’re here, be sure that you check out our post that showcases amazing ways to organize Peg Boards. They will look amazing in your craft room. See our post here