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By Debbie Williams

Creating storage for craft and hobby items can be quite challenging - what to do with all those parts and pieces? Here are some of my favorite tips for conquering craft clutter, and finding a storage solution you can live with.

GENERAL HOBBY STORAGE: Stash It! Under bed storage boxes with lids (I recommend plastic since they last longer than cardboard), tackle boxes and fishing lure boxes for storing small items. Purge! Get rid of some of the things you've tucked away but are out of style (or your taste has changed). Donate to church craft groups or senior citizens groups.

BONUS ROOM: Use business furniture or a double clothes closet in a bedroom to create a niche for crafting or sewing. The doors can be closed to hide your work in progress. A folding screen can easily disguise a work area.

WORKTABLE: A card table or metal banquet table stores under the bed when not in use. This is great if your hobby room doubles as a bedroom. My husband has even used a large piece of plywood over the spare bedroom mattress as a workspace. This can easily be stored when guests visit.

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These are a few tips sent in by readers that are not only useful but very frugal. By utilizing these simple tools for organizing your hobby materials, you will spend less time searching and more time crafting.

© Debbie Williams
Debbie Williams is an organizing strategist and parent educator who offers tools and training to help you put your house in order. She is the author of "Put Your House In Order". Learn more at organizedtimes.com

 

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