What is best way to store craft supplies?
I need storage for pool toys!! Any suggestions?
What to do with a vintage gum ball machine
I had this red gum ball machine in my storage building and decided to pull it out and use it for something. What am I filling it with? BUTTONS - All white of course!
Any ideas for taming partially used rolls of ribbon?
I recently acquired a ka-zillion rolls of fabric ribbon - assorted sizes. Aside from straight pins or tape (which is useless), has anyone found a way to control the c... See more
I'm looking for Ideas for storing my fabric yardage...
I've seen ideas for storing quilting fabrics (fat quarters) but my fabric stash is all multi-yard pieces, anywhere from 1 to 5+ yards. I am in the process of setting... See more
Ideas to store wallpaper rolls?
I collect vintage abd not so vintage wallpaper that I use for various crafting project. I have a Lot of wallpaper. They are currently stored in old file cabinet dra... See more
Does anyone have ideas for storing large ribbon rolls, like Costco's?
Lots of wonderful storage/craft room ideas for small ribbon rolls. But, I have over 100 large rolls of Costco ribbon that I am looking for a storage option that keeps... See more
How can I make something(easy) to store my craft ribbons please
I'm a card-maker and use lots of ribbon and would love a simple storage solution so I can easily see them all and not have them unrolling everywhere,help please!
To make items easier to identify, try this trick: Clear glass jars with lids ("mason" type jars work great for this & can be bought at Dollar Tree). If you don't have a Dollar Tree in your area, the local 99 cent store (or similar store) should carry these. You can label them if you want. I'd use chalk labels and a chalk pen - both available at craft stores like Hobby Lobby and Michael's.