I just purchased some AMAZING storage items from stampnstorage.com and promised my girls I would share photos as soon as I had everything set up.
Now I have an extremely tiny craft room- just 5 foot 10 inches wide by 9 foot long...and there is a huge patio door taking up most of one wall.....so I need to carefully use every inch of space.
Let's get started on the tour....Right beside my patio door I have a rolling storage cart. I store tons of items in here and my Big Shot sits on top
On the side of the cube shelf I store my sponge daubers:
Here is a shot of the far end wall....see all the beautiful shelves and cubicles for storage my hubby built:
Now for my desktop area, behind the desk top I have skinny little storage shelves that hubby built that run the length of the wall. On the right I have my computer, then some often used papers:
Next is my new stickles shelf from stampnstorage.com It stores the bottles upside down so they are ready to use, and the shelves slide out for easy access:
Under the desk is my computer and my scrap paper storage unit:
And another drawer storage unit. The shelf on top is where I store my score boards and my paper cutter.
The the lock down punch holder.....
holder. Notice tucked in the space between is a holder that I have all my punch boards stored in.
And on the end of the cubicles I have this storage unit that has tiny boxes of brads and bling:
And here is my space where I make my cards...the bygel rail and storage cups are from Ikea. I have cork on the table top and it is covered with glass for easy clean up. I have a candle holder that I keep my Tombow glue in (upside down with no cover so it is always ready to go. I have a can of pens and pencils and a list of items I need to purchase. And of course the always needed baby wipes.
On top of my marker storage I have my candy dots, jewels, pearls, dimensionals etc
Next to that I have another storage unit for markers, a container for receipts for taxes, and a wire storage unit that holds bottles:
The final end wall of my craft room is filled with DVD storage units that I purchased at Canadian Tire. It holds all my stamps, ribbon, bakers twine etc:
Here is the ribbon storage....the trick here is to put the back of the shelves one peg lower than the front of the shelves....this keeps the ribbon from rolling off the shelf onto the floor.
And in the space above the alarm system is another one of the storage systems from Walmart with all the little plastic containers for hardware and goodies.
I highly recommend the Stampnstorage products....they are beautifully crafted and will last forever. Yes, they are a bit expensive....but you truly get what you pay for and these are worth every penny you spend. It will make your craft room organized and it will be so much easier to find things and put things away! Check it out for yourself at www.stampnstorage.com