Housewife MacGyver: Organize Thyself Craftily

This is still definitely a craft blog... I've just been in a bit of a craft funk lately. {big frowny face} But, luckily, there is plenty of inspiration in the world, whether you're in or out of a craft funk. :)

I've rounded up some of my favorite projects (all of which may or may not be on my to-do list once I get my craft on again....) -- and don't forget to pretty-please come enter the Planner Perfect giveaway (ends tonight at midnight).

Organize those little crafty supplies with a magnet board and solo cups at Sew Many Ways:

Fold up an awesome origami organizer with Craftionary:

Or (this one's my FAVE!) use mason jars to store supplies -- anywhere! -- with Liz Marie:

Organize your remote controls with Bonjour:

Organize your stuff at home and in the car:
{clockwise from upper left} 
car caddies from Sew4Home, Jellybean Junkyard, and Mayfly;
door caddy from Sew4Home;
Ballard knock-off wire basket from Attempting Aloha (at Infarrantly Creative)

Organize your toys (or your kids' toys) with an in-crib toy and book holder at Craftiness is not Optional (left) or an everything-in-place bag at Pickles (right):

Keep your papers in order with (clockwise) an expandable file from Cottage Industrialist; a fabric file folder from Bits and Pieces; or *awesome* hanging wall files with googiemomma:

Organize the mail with mail organizers from Noodlehead and Bright and Blithe:

Give those books (and other media) a place to stay:
{clockwise from upper left} 
DVD/book organizer at Dollar Store Crafts;
book organizer/shelf at superziper (just click the UK flag to translate to English);
hanging bookshelf from Penny Carnival

Keep the family affairs organized with memo boards and organizers from (clockwise from upper left) Craft with Confidence, Beyond the Kids, Lillyella, and Between the Lines.

And don't forget to put together some any-and-all-purpose baskets, cubes, and boxes:
{clockwise from upper left}
Stash baskets from The Purl Bee;
No Interfacing storage basket by Jezze Prints;
Fabric covered boxes at The Smallest Sparrow;
Storage cube from Obsessively Stitching;
Hanging storage baskets by The Mother Huddle (at U-Create);
Drawstring box from June at Noon

Happy Organizing! 
Don't forget to come join the party!


Brandy@YDK said...

such gorgeous stuff. It really makes me want to sew and then organize.

Damaris said...

I love this post. I've obviously had this blog bookmarked for awhile but I now have a separate bookmark for this specific post. I want to make them all!!!!!

Gwen @ Gwenny Penny said...

My fave is the mason jars, too! They just look so fresh and simple. Great roundup!

Vivian said...

Hey! Thanks for linking! I know this comment is months overdue, but I just found out about it!

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