Not too long ago, I shared a post about how I organized all the small things in our creative space. If you missed that post, you can find it here, but I thought it was about time to give you an update of sorts. You know, since there are now a lot more small things and of course lots of brand-spankin’-new baskets and bins to put them in.
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And I’m even going above and beyond today and sharing how we organized some of the little guy’s stuff too. Why? Because if you really think about it, it’s all craft stuff. Some of it’s just washable. Besides, this is his space too. At least he thinks it is. Lol…
This is my Copic organizer. It’s handmade and was a present from my mom and dad. I’m head over heels in love with it. I think I might need some more markers, though.
And if you missed it last weekend, I shared the little guy’s magnet center. I love the Bygel rail and cups and it would be awesome for craft tools. Obviously, you’d want to hang it a little higher, but we of course wanted to keep things at his level.
Here’s how I’m organizing my stamps. I found this cute little soda crate at Michael’s for 50% off. How could I pass that up? I love that it was several compartments, so I can somewhat separate my stamps by type.
Isn’t this little three-compartment tray awesome? We found it at the dollar store. We actually have a few of these. I also have several white ones that I found at Kmart.
This is the little guy’s art journaling kit. Obviously, I use the term art journaling loosely, but he loves his toddler-sized supplies, so… We found the distressed tray at Michael’s and we already had the little galvanized pails.
And then there are these aqua wire baskets. These were the entire reason we went to Michael’s in the first place. Lol… I had to have them. I’m of course using them to store my enamel dots and twine. Can you say love at first sight? Needless to say, if I ever find more of these… Well, I’m sure you get the idea.
If you’re interested in seeing how I organized our entire creative space, you can see it here.
Psst… If you haven’t already, you’re definitely going to want to come hang out with us in our 52 Weeks Facebook group. That’s where we’ll be chatting about the challenges and our creative spaces.
Thanks so much for visiting. See ya next week!