Michelle James
Michelle James
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  • Emmetsburg, IA

Tiered Craft Tool Organizer

12 Materials
$20
8 Hours
Easy

I am always looking for ways to organize my craft supplies. I wanted something that looked nice that could hold the tools I use most often. So I used two old spring form pans from a thrift store, an old lamp that no longer worked and a lazy susan to create a spinning tiered craft tool organizer.

tiered craft tool organizer
tiered craft tool organizer

First I removed the electrical parts from the lamp, then I cleaned the spring form pans so they would be paint ready.


I gave the pans 2 coats of white spray paint and the lamp got painted apple green. One of my favorite colors.

tiered craft tool organizer

These are the lamp parts after being painted. The lazy susan got mounted to the bottom of the lamp base so the entire thing could spin around.

tiered craft tool organizer

After all of the paint was dry I was ready to add some vinyl designs to the sides of the pans.


I love to use my StyleTechCraft vinyl. I used a teal color and created some craft designs. I purchased the sewing machine design then used their idea to create a paint and a scissors to add to it. I needed it to go all the way around the pans.


I also created a text design that reads: These tools were made for makin' This went on the bottom pan.

tiered craft tool organizer
tiered craft tool organizer

Then I was ready to stack it into a tiered organizer. This took two people. I held it together while Jeff added the parts and a final drawer knob at the top to hold it together.

tiered craft tool organizer
tiered craft tool organizer

There are more detailed instructions on the blog.


After it was all put together I added mason jars and some dollar store toothbrush holders plus two magnetic hooks to hold all of my tools.

tiered craft tool organizer
tiered craft tool organizer

This was a fun project and I am glad I did it because it sits on my craft table and I use it almost daily. I love it.


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2 questions
  • Grandma Roses
    on Jun 29, 2019

    Did you have to drill a hole in the cake pans in order to assemble it?

  • Carol Z
    on Jul 3, 2019

    Wow! Never saw that coming! It is fantastically clever! How ever did you think of this?? Great repurposing. I'm always amazed. Thank you for sharing! 😀

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  • Lovesunique
    on Jul 2, 2019

    Nice! I like apple green too (and turquoise!).

  • Maude LaFountain
    7 days ago

    This is just what I have been waiting for!!! someone to make a hold all spinning caddy out of spring form pans and a lazy susan.....I just couldn't wrap my brain around how to put it all together to make it work .....I have everything I need to make this except for the lamp part but I thin I will just get some cheap little legs from Home Depot or Lowes to mount to it ....I know I have some scrap wood here to make a base with ...Thanks for posting I am saving this one for sure ....I really need this in my Craft / Sewing room ......Oh and I also have a Vinyl Cutting machine so yeah I have it all but the middle section !!! Going to go find my middle piece now !!! Have a wonderful day ...I will post a picture when I get mine done !!! Hopefully real soon !!!

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