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The following items were spotted at a Minnesota Hobby Lobby I visited during my travels and I thought you might like to check them out. Along with each item, I’ve again shared my thoughts on what would best fit in that type of organizational unit, as well as characteristics of the unit so you can look for these same qualities in products and furnishings you might come across where you live (and bargain hunt!). And, because we had a request from one of our readers (that’s YOU!) to include the prices when we share items such as these, the prices are also included. This unit is ideal for storing lots of different items, and providing seating, or a storage platform for crafting machines and tools (die cutting machines, cutters, sewing machines, etc.). Now I will share that the drawers are a bit rough inside, so you’ll need to line them if you plan to store delicate fabrics or fibers in them. And if you strictly adhere to a policy of only using acid-free papers in your papercrafting projects, then you’ll want to avoid storing your papers in wooden storage.
This is another unit that provides quite a bit of storage – and it’d look great in a shabby chic room!
My first thought was to use this for dies and embossing folders, or small pads of paper, for papercrafting. Of course you could also change up the look of this unit with a quick coat of paint – white’s easy to cover and the drawers slide out, providing you easy access to all sides of the drawers and the frame they slide into! Just like with the bench unit above, you may need to line the drawers if you plan to store delicate fabrics or fibers in them. And again, if you strictly adhere to a policy of only using acid-free papers in your papercrafting projects, then this isn’t the best solution for storing your papers.
The great thing about this unit is that it’s quite narrow, but could hold quite a lot!
And, the front cross-bars could provide additional storage – simply use metal curtain rings to hang supplies for easy access. The way this is constructed means you can easily see what’s inside each basket, which is perfect for those who need to see what they have in order to recall what they own and easily find it. I can see fibers and yarn, rubber stamps and large ink pads, and cardmaking paper goods fitting nicely in these baskets. I love the size of it and the shape of the baskets – my papercrafting supplies would love to live in here!

I can imagine this as a die-cutting station, with the machine(s) living on top, the mats hung from the sides, and the dies, embossing folders and machine supplies stored inside the basket drawers – the drawers are the perfect height for most embossing folders and dies. Nor would I store fibers, yarns or delicate fabrics in them (they could easily snag your beloved treasures, making them unusable). That said, you could line the baskets, or use plastic containers within them, to safely house your crafting supplies.
The sun was screaming through the store window and, after several attempts at re-positioning this unit, this is as good as it got!
Plus, the chalkboard drawer fronts can be easily labeled, and re-labeled as your needs change.
I can also see this making sense in a sewing room – great storage for all those notions! And, drawer labeling done with actual chalk (rather than chalk markers) could be accidentally erased. Like the unit above, this unit could be great for papercrafting projects like Project Life® and stamping, as well as for sewing notions. But, it could also be a great place to store jewelry-making supplies, stored by type, size, style, color, price or manufacturer, and easily labeled using the nice metal frames on the fronts of the drawers.
I have a similar unit in which I store office supplies, business cards, small empty tins, zip-top baggies and metal findings (my Tim Holtz findings enjoy a dedicated row of drawers!). I have quite a collection of different types stored in a similar unit, but my unit isn’t mobile so I end up running back and forth a lot during project creation (not efficient use of my creative time!).
After all, we want to make it easy on ourselves and spend our time creating, not searching or rearranging, right? They’d also be ideal for jewelry-making tools and beads and findings, as well as your finished creations and the supplies to price and display them. I must have owned a print shop at one time because I love printers trays and blocks and this type of drawer unit. Wjat do you think – is this the type of craft storage unit you’d immediately fall head over heals in love with, just like I did? I was in the grocery store yesterday and while looking for a sink mat walked down an aisle that had all new storage units. About Us The journey started from a small grocery store in the then called Bajwara village in Chandigarh in 1953. Display and organize items while accenting décor with these Red Oval Woven Baskets with Handles. My heart is beating quite fast just thinking of any (or all) of these amazing organizers coming to live in my Craft Oasis!

I prefer something with drawers so I don’t have to look at everything and have it appear cluttered. Coupons Below!Click on any coupon below to SAVE BIG on crafting organization & storage products! Use these baskets to store toys, blankets, sheets, towels, and other items, all while being stylish!
Detailed with cut out handles that make them easy to lift, this set of storage bins includes one small, one medium, and one large rectangular bin, offering a versatile storage solution for small and large items around the home. I already have a lot of open shelving that hold clear containers so the drawer units are what appeal to me most.
In a family room or living room, these storage bins can be used to hold books and magazines, pet toys and accessories, children's toys and games, or sewing supplies such as balls of yarn or rolls of fabric. In a bedroom or a home office, use these organizer baskets to hold documents and files from work or school, personal items such as hats, scarves, and accessories, or household items such as DVDs and video games. As for the woven baskets and drawers, I always organize and store my fibers and ribbons etc. In a child's bedroom or play room, these wicker storage baskets provide a stylish and convenient place to stash stuffed animals, games with small pieces, building blocks, dolls and doll clothes, sporting goods, and seasonal items such as water guns or beach buckets and sand shovels. The neutral color and natural woven construction allow this set of nested storage bins to blend seamlessly into any casual room design. Excludes Heidi Swappa„? Minc.a„? Foil Applicator, CRICUTA® products, Tim HoltzA® Vagabonda„? Machine, Silhouette CAMEOA® Machine, candy & snack products, gum & mints, helium tanks, gift cards, custom orders, special orders, labor, rentals or class fees.
A variety of storage units are always good because what works for paper doesn’t necessarily work for stamps!
They are the perfect addition to a casual, rustic space, a room decorated with traditional accents, or a beach front cottage decorated with nautical accents for casual sophistication.
No matter where you place them, these storage bins offer incredible storage and timeless style.
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