|If you use acrylic stamps that come in a folder the little mini crates work great.|
|Hang lengths of cloth on hangers to conserve space and make it easy to find pieces easily.|
|For shaped buttons use a divided box. You can even write on the lid to make it easier to find specific themed buttons.|
I have one for my pastels and another one for dark buttons.
|For acrilic stamps that don't come in folders, use a 5 x 8 three ring binder and sleeves. This really works well |
and I need to get another binder. I am totally out of room in this one.
|Use collapsible boxes for small pieces of material or storing material where you need neat storage |
i.e. won't fall off the shelf at the least bump.
|Wire shelves are great storing these collapsible boxes. BTW, you can get them at lots of stores,|
I got these at the Dollar Tree. Isn't it awesome, and they have several sizes.
|The plastic boxes with mini cases inside are great for really little beads. This one has|
seed beads in it.
|The little cases also work in the same boxes that I use for my buttons. These are the large|
seed beads. As you can see I have also made use of the jewelry bags that you can get
at almost any craft store.
|I store my ribbon in recycled taper boxes. I snagged several boxes from Walmart after Christmas when the|
candles were all gone. I did, of course, ask before taking off with them. ;)
|Latch boxes are awesome for things like glue sticks. I buy mine in bulk as you can see. This|
box holds about 300.
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