Making a mess is part of the manufacturing process. But once the glue, glitter, and paint turn into a beautiful end product, it’s best to make your creative space as neat and tidy as possible. This way you have a blank slate for your next craft project.
In the video above, watch an expert craftsman transform his cluttered crafting corner into a more efficient workspace. Good HousekeepingTessa Donolli’s senior video producer describes herself as “a great designer of things,” which means she has specific supplies for painting, embroidery, drawing, and just about everything.
To make her space more efficient and visually appealing, Tessa started by tackling one problem at a time and finding the best way to organize each one. For example, she hung acrylic paints on a rack with color-coded clothespins. She painted each clothespin with the corresponding acrylic paint color to help her quickly spot the perfect shade.
She followed similar organizational methods for her other supplies: everything was sorted by color and labeled accordingly. In addition to her most used acrylic paints, she has stored everything else in transparent bins – some with prefabricated dividers, others with DIY dividers made from leftover cardboard – which allows her to see exactly. what she has at all times.
Its biggest advantage: No matter how much space you have, your DIY area should inspire you to tackle your next project. Craftsmen like Tessa rely on color-coded bins and pretty labels. Others may want to take a more casual approach by tucking everything away in drawers and bins out of sight.
Watch the video above for more craft organization ideas.
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