Revamp Your Crafting Corner in Style!

When you love crafting as much as we do, you can never have too many supplies! Stamps, ink pads, papers, embellishments—we love it all! It’s harder to enjoy all your crafting supplies if you lose track of what you have, though, which is where top-notch organization comes in!

Our specialized organization solutions help bring order and balance to your crafting corner. Today, we’re going to take a look at some ways our organization and storage solutions can help you get the most out of your favorite papers, stamps, inks, and embellishments.

Forming the foundation of a well-ordered crafting station is paper storage. When you can easily see the papers you have at your disposal, it becomes much easier to create unique combinations and stretch your creativity. Our paper trays measure 12″ x 12½” x 2″ and are easy to stack for seamless and efficient storage. If paper trays aren’t quite the display you’re looking for, or you want to take some paper on the go, we also offer sturdy, plastic envelopes for storage and transportation.

Looking for more stackable storage? Your ink pads have never looked spiffier than they will in our five tier stamp pad stacks! With a vibrant array of stamp pads displayed on your desk, we guarantee that it will bring a smile to your face every time they catch your eye. Top your stacks with one of our tray options to add more storage for a variety of crafting tools that you want to keep handy, like the re-inker display on top of the stamp pad stacks above!

In addition to these stamp pad, tool, and paper storage solutions, we also offer a multitude of options for storing accessories, embellishments, and stamps! If you’re a ribbon or shimmer trim lover, our ribbon organizer has your name all over it! This tray provides an easy and accessible way to organize several spools while offering a gorgeous display at the same time!

And if you’re trying to figure out how to keep your sequins or other loose embellishments in line, you need look no further than our clear plastic craft jars! These jars allow you to easily view the contents without having to open them, minimizing spills, saving time, and adding even more eye candy to your crafting area.

A recent addition to our storage solutions are our 6″ x 8″ storage envelopes, which fit in a 6″ x 8″ Everyday Life™ Album for easy stamp and Thin Cuts storage! Storing Thin Cuts in a three-ring binder makes them much easier and convenient to look through to find just the right die.

You can also turn to the My Acrylix® stamp organizers, or our clear craft organizers for storing stamps and Thin Cuts. These clear plastic boxes make it easy to see what’s inside at a glance.

With so many exciting options for beautiful organization and display, revamping your crafting corner doesn’t have to be a chore—it can be a joy! Which organization tool do you love most? Leave a comment below and let us know!

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5 thoughts on “Revamp Your Crafting Corner in Style!

  1. Please please offer storage in white. Most craft rooms are white. Black is hard and old color for colorful craft rooms.

  2. Love love love love love my Black Workspace Wonder pieces! I’ve been switching up my stack with extra paper trays and it’s fabulous. The Black really makes my inks and supplies pop compared to my light walls and white Expedit units. I’m adding another medium tray and more ink holders to split my stack for more versatility. I cannot go past the 6×8 storage envelopes in the 6×8 everyday life albums either. They are so good for holding things like sheets of address labels, order forms, customer detail sheets, wishlists, and one in the back of my planner is perfect for catching all those stray bits and pieces I want to scrap.

  3. Love love love this product offering that is so durable, offers great variety, and is so purposeful! I continue to add to it, as needed – for all things papercrafting. THANK YOU!

  4. I like CTMH storage containers, acrylix organizers but I don’t care for the black paper organization system as they don’t “lock” in place. They moved around too much, so I got rid of mine. Not happy with “the system” on the paper trays. They really NEED to “LOCK” in place to be a good storage system.

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