I’m starting a new series here, that will be posted on Wednesdays for the next several weeks. It’s all about storage for all your planner/scrapbooking/crafting stuff! I love looking at Pinterest, other blogs, and YouTube to see how other crafters corral all their supplies. I think I’ve got a system that works for me (at least for the time being!). It’s an ever-evolving system, so I hope you’ll get a few ideas along the way that will help you organize. Organizing is my favorite!!!
For this first installment, I want to show you my Planner Society kit storage system. I subscribed to these awesome kits for several months last year, and as a Christmas gift, I am able to continue receiving these kits. Thanks, Mom. 🙂
But, with these kits there comes a need to store them in a practical, yet inspiring way, so I’ll continue to use my kits and enjoy seeing them in my crafty space. The contents are too beautiful to sit in a box, unused and unloved.
First, I found this beautiful hanging shelf at Michaels. It has four sections, and I saw opportunity here! Originally, it had a pretty pink blossom print on the background of the shelves, but why not make it my own and add some Planner Society papers as a background? I love how that turned out.
On the shelves, I have my pocket tns and inserts, sequins from past kits, the tiny sticker book, TPS washi, a cute glitter pouch from my secret santa that has the current month’s stickers and accessories, and some office supplies like paperclips and binder clips.
For my previous kits, I found a couple cute acrylic drawer units at TJ Maxx (here’s a similar unit at Target). They fit the kit accessories great, and I love that I can see through them to see what I have. I have the drawers sorted by month.
I also found this three compartment bin at Target, and I sort my fancy paperclips, sticky notes, and various other little trinkets in here.
As for the paper from the kits, I want it all together, so I had a 12 x 12 box in my room, so I emptied it out and added all my papers in here. I like having it all together for easy access.
I hope you found something I showed here today helpful, and I have several more storage posts coming up soon!
Thanks for stopping by!