Craft Organization for Small Spaces

Craft storage for small spaces

I’ve been writing this blog for about 5 years now. That means I have a whole lot of craft supplies.

I also live in an apartment, which means I don’t have a lot of space.

Until I eventually move out and buy a house, I’ve learned to improvise.

I had an old bookshelf that I wasn’t really using, so I turned it into a case for craft storage. I saved boxes, Mason Jars, vitamin containers and tins to store all of my supplies.

It doesn’t look like much, but I assure you, there’s a tons of stuff crammed into that bookcase.


Make sure you get some labels to help with organization. Boxes and tins are great but if you can’t see what’s in them, it kind of defeats the purpose.


Washi Tape and Match storage jars

Mason jars are great for storing Washi Tape and matches. Unless, of course, you’re a hoarder. Then, you might not have enough jars.


ribbon storage

And have Mason Jar ready for ribbon storage! This is my favorite. Wrap all of your extra ribbon around a clothespin a put it in a jar. It’s perfect for keeping all of the excess in one place, but neatly  wrapped up and in a place where you can still see all of it.


cardboard box paint storage

Don’t forget to spice up your boring boxes with some Duck Tape.


What are you best craft storage ideas? Especially for small spaces? I’d love to hear them!




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