Hello.  In my last post, I gave a video tour of my craft room plus 5 tips to consider before doing a craft room makeover.  In this post, I just want to share an upclose photos view of the products I use to organize my ink pads, markers and small craft items such as embellishments.  Please know this is for your inspiration only.  What work for me and of my organization style might not necessary work for you.  Compensated affiliated links are used (at no additional cost to you).

     

    Stamp-N-Storage’s Ink Pads & Markers Holders

    My craft room has a built-in book shelve with a home office desk that is behind my big craft table.  So when I first mapped out my room’s floor plan for the makeover, I immediately knew I needed to organize my two most frequently use supplies (my copic markers and distres inks) in it so that they would always be within arms reach.  The shelves are removeable, making it easy to adjust the height.  But finding a storage solution that would fit a depth of only 13-inches was quite a challenge as I want to be able to use every inches of the office desk as well.  Then, I found these wood ink pads and markers holders from Stamp-n-Storage and my search was over.    I got the:

    I also got the Standard Ink Pad Holder for all other ink pads that I use infrequently which I hang on the adjacent wall.

     

    Ikea’s Alex Drawers

    Another challenging factor I faced during the makeover was how to best organize all the small craft items like embellishment without wasting valuable storage spaces and at the same time, fit in the only available space left in the room…the area next to the built-in book shelve below the window.  The solution?  The Ikea’s Alex drawers.  I just love the clean line of these drawers and how cohesively they blend in with the built-in book shelve.

    Besides embellishments, I also use these drawers to store adhesives, ink blending tools, punches and watercoloring pads.

     

    Need More Organization Solution Ideas?

    Then please check out the crafter’s resources page.  There you can find more ideas for organizing your cardstock, stamps and dies.

    Thanks for stopping by.  May you have a blessed day ahead.

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