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How To Organize Your Craft Area

Having a dedicated crafting area is one of the biggest gifts that you can give to yourself if you are someone who loves to craft. But if you have children, or craft with a high amount of frequency, then you may find that it is difficult to keep your craft area organized and clutter free. It can feel like no matter how often you clean and reorganize; things end up everywhere anyways. But there may be a solution in sight if you just follow a few key tips. Here are three things that can help you organize your craft area.

Create a Flow

The first tip to help you organize your craft area is to create a flow. If you are organizing and reorganizing with great frequency and still finding that things become disorganized quickly, it may be because your organization system is lacking in flow. Organize your craft area based on the crafting you like to do and put things where you want them to be logically and feeling wise in your craft area. Organize according to what makes sense for your flow so that everything is where it makes sense to be for you.

Protect Your Tools

The next key thing that can help you organize your craft area is to protect your tools to the best of your ability. When you are storing and organizing your crafting supplies, you need to do so in a manner that will keep everything safe and in good working condition. There are a lot of different options that are available to you to help you store your tools so that they don’t get damaged or broken. Using foam organizers can keep your tools in place and protected from damage. Foam organizers are cheap and very effective and are child and pet friendly options for your craft area.

Label Everything

The final key that can help you organize your craft area perfectly is to label everything. And when we say everything, we mean everything. Label every box, bin, drawer, loose item, baggy, container, and anything else at all that might need a label. If you aren’t sure, label it anyway. This will help you know what everything is without having to dig through drawers and bins aimlessly searching for what you need.

It can feel like keeping an organized craft area is an impossible task. But with a few guiding principles, you can achieve the unthinkable. Follow these three guidelines when you are reorganizing your craft area.

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