Craft Room Makeover Video

Have you ever wondered what the entire process of getting your craft room organized would be like?

In her own witty way, Stamp-n-Storage customer Jennifer Tryon (visit her site at www.tryonahomemadelife.com) shares how she was able to tackle her craft room mess. She gets organized with a little help from her friends and her new Stamp-n-Storage purchases.

Watch this video today to see:

  • the everyday life of a crafter
  • how to clean out your craft room and get organized
  • tips for painting your Stamp-n-Storage cabinets
  • storage solutions for organizing your wafer dies and stamps
  • how to label and color coordinate your supplies
  • a look into Jennifer's craft room

Jennifer says that storage solutions for your crafts are important. Whether you make your projects at your dining room table or a craft room all your own, this space should look like art too.

The different areas of Jennifer's craft room include a place for paper crafting, office work, cutting, and sewing.  Putting different storage systems in place helps her to stay organized. Everything in her studio is set up in a customized way that best fits Jennifer's style and the time she spends in her favorite room in her house.

Sewing - Jennifer loves to make sewing projects! On one half of her room, she is able to spend time using her sewing machines. 

Fabric - Her new fabric swatch board is complete with quilt batting as a way to easily display and try different fabrics together. It's handy for Jennifer to pull out her fabric swatches and see what designs she is making without puncturing the fabric. This is also a great way for her to show off her beautiful designs that she's working on when she's in her craft room.

Paper Storage - Jennifer is able to sort her papers by color. This gets them out of the big stacks and she can easily access whatever piece of paper she wants to use for her projects. She says that her paper storage is her favorite!

Magnet Cards and Embossing Folders - With a Wafer Die Tote and Embossing Folder Tote, all of the little wafer die pieces magnetize to each magnet card (which she labeled), and she has a place to store all of her embossing folders. Jennifer even painted the totes a chalky blue color.They're convenient and colorful!

Stickles™ glue - Jennifer owns a lot of Stickles™ glue. With a Stickles™ Shelf by Stamp-n-Storage, she can store the bottles upside down so they are never clogged. She has two of these shelves!

Washi Tape - Her different colored tapes are always ready to go and are organized nicely on the holder.

Ink Pads - In order to keep her ink pads organized, Jennifer has taken sticker sheets, cut them into little strips, and then inked them with the color of the ink pad. She loves that this keeps her ink pads color coded and super accessible in the Ink Pad Holder.

Markers - These are the supplies that Jennifer says are the hardest for her to keep organized. With her mix of Copic™ and Crafter's Companion Spectrum Noir™ collections, the Stamp-n-Storage Marker Holder stores them perfectly!

You won't want to miss hearing all of Jennifer's craft room story! Watch the video and be sure to share it with all of your paper crafting friends! Also, visit her page for Try On a Homemade Life too! 

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