Organizing the Craft Cabinet with Deflecto Storage
I have been slowly working on creating my perfect workspace since last Spring
when I moved my craft room into my son’s old bedroom.
I’ve been taking my time, I want to get it right.
It’s coming along beautifully. (I hope to share it soon.)
As crafter’s go, I’m a fairly neat and tidy person.
I’m also a fan of closed-door storage.
With closed-door storage, cabinets can easily get ignored and out of control.
I had one of those ignored craft cabinets.
After clearing out the cabinet, I organized items into clear storage containers from Deflecto.
Because I’m such a nice person, I occasionally allow others to use my craft supplies.
Labeling the bins not only look good, but it’s helpful for those looking for supplies.
I used a Silhouette Cameo Electronic Die Cutting Machine* to create and cut the words out of
StyleTechCraft black adhesive vinyl*.
I used transfer paper to apply the words onto the clear bins.
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As a self proclaimed organizing nut, I find labeled bins extremely satisfying.
Clear bins make everything easier to find.
The bins are also easy to take with you when you need to work.
They keep your work space clutter-free and your supplies close at hand.
My newly Organized Craft Cabinet. Everything fits so nice in this space.
Here’s what I used to organize my Craft Cabinet: (*Amazon Affiliate Links)
- Deflecto 2-Drawer Stackable Cube Organizer*
- Deflecto 4-Drawer Stackable Cube Organizer*
- Deflecto Open Stackable Cube Organizer*
- Deflecto X-divider Stackable Cube Organizer*
- Deflecto Medium Stackable Caddy Containers*
- Deflecto Expandable Marker Accordion*
Look for Deflecto products on Amazon, Scrapbook.com and at Michaels and Hobby Lobby.
“This is a sponsored post. As a member of the Deflecto Design Team I have been provided product in exchange for my creative ideas, views and opinions.”