Monday, April 15, 2013

Ribbon By the Yard: Storage Solutions that Work for your Craft Room

We love, Love, LOVE ribbon!  We collect it, we craft with it, but WHERE and how do we store it?  There are several different cute, innovative and inspiring ways to display and organize your ribbon, lace, trim, and twine.  I've created a Pinterst Board with several of my favorites ideas and DIY tips so I hope you pop over there to view that!  But I also added a few amazing ideas to this blog post that hopefully will inspire you as well!

Don't you love those black shelves!?!  The large cookie jars are a great way to store ribbon not on spools or scraps!  Arrange the colors how you want for an inspiring collection!

Clothespins are a great way to keep twine and threads.  Wrap them around clothespins or dowels and collect them in a glass jar!

Thought this was a clever idea - reminds me of Christmas.  Swap out ribbon colors for coordinating  holiday!  Easy way to decorate for themed parties!  Vertical dowels helps save work space too!

This is definitely one of my favorites!  Up-cycle a scrap piece of wood and add nails.  Throw your spools of ribbon on there and you're ready to go!  Hang scissors on the side too!

Thought this was a fun way to organize tools and crafting supplies!  Love the silver buckets!

Don't forget about the Stampin' Up! color refresh.  Many colors of card stock are already Sold Out!  You can CLICK HERE to start shopping in my online store 24-7 for the colors you'd like to stock up on!
Here are the colors that are retiring:
  • Certainly Celery
  • Bashful Blue
  • Baja Breeze
  • More Mustard
  • Not Quite Navy
  • Regal Rose 
  • Pretty in Pink
  • Riding Hood Red
  • Bravo Burgundy
  • River Rock
  • The one In-Color that's retiring is:  Lucky Limeade

Thought I'd throw in a few ideas for buttons too - since they are just too cute!  Love the mason jar idea with all the colors and the tiered basket!  So adorable!

One more button idea since they are so fun!  The monochromatic idea is too cute!  Little mason jars or baby food jars work perfect for small crafting supplies including brads & buttons!

Have a Magnificent Monday,
~Kari Linder

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