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My Favorite Crafty Storage Items: Part One

Getting baby's room organized is important, but lets take a break and do something for mom! Organizing your craft area isn't always easy, but it helps if you have wonderful storage organizers. It also helps if you can stop yourself from buying all of the amazing items that you just "must have"! My weakness in this department is ribbon, which is why the first item I purchased for my craft room was a ribbon organizer. I looked around for a while and ended up with this:

Kind of messy still I know, but it's an improvement from spools of ribbon all over the place. I really like this ribbon organizer of mine and have had it for over a year now, however, I still have enough ribbon to fill another one of these. I am not going to buy another one because I have discovered a new one that I would love to have!

Patty has been scrapbooking and crafting for 30 years and worked really hard to create this amazing ribbon holder. It holds 275 spools of ribbon and can fit into a cupboard! She is offering a retractable scissor accessory that goes on the side of the ribbon holder as a bonus with purchase. The retractable scissor accessory screws onto the side of the ribbon holder and your scissors go on the end of a chain which can reach across the full length of holder. You also receive a CD with step by step instructions. *Please note that the shippng price listed is the maximum that it would be. Depending on where you are, it could possibly be lower so if you are thinking about ordering one, contact Patty and she'll let you know how much shipping will cost.
If you're not as fanatic as I am about ribbon and may need a smaller ribbon holder, Patty has come up with one that holds half the amount of ribbon as the original holder she currently has in her store. It will be available in the next week or so. She also has stunning handmade cards in her shop and adds 2 new ones each week.
Part Two of this post is going to feature some more crafty storage items and in Part Three there will be a giveaway. Check back to see what it may be!



Comments

2Ksmommy said…
that is an awesome idea! thanks for sharing the link, I will definitely be considering this to add to my scrap room!!

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