Category Archives: Craft Room Organization

6 Ways to use the 4 pocket organizer storage panel

Our over-the-door organizers are perfect for craft supplies, but they’re useful all over your home. The 4-pocket Over-the-Door panel has 1 long skinny pocket and 3 large layered pockets – 17″x 6″ 17″ x 8″ 17″ x 9.5″ Available in 5 colors – black, pink, turquoise, purple, and grey Great for craft supplies – the 3 large pockets… Continue Reading

Meet Lois

Get clearly organized with the Lois clear tote bag.  She’s perfect for hauling everything from Buddy Bags to picnic supplies. Lois is named for Lois Lynn, one of the most active, steadfast members in our Get Organized Challenge Facebook Group.  We appreciate you, Lois!   Sometimes you just need a big tote.  Lois is your girl. … Continue Reading

Meet Terri

I had the good fortune to get meet Terri Weigand in person at a Scrapbook Show this year.  Terri has been an incredibly active member on our Facebook group, helping others, making suggestions and of course supporting our brand.  I was delighted to finally meet her in person and tell her about the soon-to-be-arriving Terri Buddy… Continue Reading

What should you put in your Stadium Arranger?

Adhesives, Glitter, Office Supplies, Paint – just to name a few.  The idea behind the Desk Maid product line is VISIBILITY & ACCESSIBILITY. What are you consistently reaching for when you sit down at your craft desk, work desk or workbench?  Those things belong in a Stadium Arranger. I’ve got more than 1 Stadium Arranger… Continue Reading

Take a look around my studio #7 – Organizing dies, stamps, embossing folders, & stencils.

In this post I’ll take you through the method to my madness for organizing dies & stamps (as well as stencils & embossing folders) using our Die, Stamp, & Supply Organizer. In this studio tour post, I’m working on organizing dies, stamps, brass stencils, plastic stencils, and embossing folders.  Because I’m using a catalog, I can… Continue Reading

10 More ways to organize craft supplies with the Spinder Binder

You may already know that the Spinder Binder was originally designed to help scrapbookers, card makers, & paper crafters who had bulging ScrapRacks, thin their racks.  But like most of our products, there are multiple uses.  In this blog post I talk briefly about 10 more ways to organize craft supplies with the Spinder Binder. … Continue Reading

Take a look around my studio #6 – 12×12 Paper Organization, and other sizes too!

It seems that I’m constantly pulling paper out of my “stash” to use for some type of demonstration. That, in and of itself, is not the problem.  The problem is I get in a hurry putting it away, soI just stuff it in an empty slot, thinking – “I’ll get back to that later.” You… Continue Reading

Customize your Hot Glue Gun Holder for yourself or for a friend

The Hot Glue Gun Holder, like all of the items in our Desk Maid product line, comes in a flat white finish.  There are two good reasons for this.  The first, white goes with everything.  The second, white is easy to change into something else.  I had a really great time transforming my plain white… Continue Reading

Take a look around my studio #5 – Glitter Glue Galore

As I mentioned previously, my goal with the reorganization of my studio is not to arrange things in the “ideal” way for me, but to compromise between “ideal” and showcasing our variety of products. With Glitter Glue, a catalog is sooo helpful. The color in bottle is not always what it’s going to look like… Continue Reading

Use your good stuff!

If you’ve taken any of my classes or attended a lecture, you’ve probably heard me say USE YOUR GOOD STUFF!  As crafters we have a tendency to “hoard” our best supplies, waiting for the perfect project. Take a deep breath and repeat after me – “Every project is a perfect project!” Today I’m working on the itinerary… Continue Reading

Take a look around my studio #4 – Fjalkinge Shelves, 2 hacks to make them more useful

Craft Room Tour shelving hacks The shelves in my studio are called FJALKINGE.  You probably already guessed, they’re from IKEA. If you’ve been following me for any length of time, you know I’ve got lots of IKEA products in my world. Why do I love IKEA?  The most obvious answer: great quality for a great price.  The… Continue Reading

Vertical Four Basic Storage Page

Post Series: Basic ScrapRack Storage Pages Long and Lean, Tall and Thin, Lanky, String-Beanish…all of these terms describe the 4 perfect pockets of the Vertical Four Basic Storage Page. If you love to work with anything that is long and narrow this is a pocket design you’ll love.  Each of the pockets is 3″ wide… Continue Reading

Trader’s Twelve Storage Page

Post Series: ScrapRack Basic Storage Pages With pockets that are a little deeper than the Sweet Sixteen and a little shorter than the Straight Eight, this page is amazingly functional. Organize your embellishments Originally designed with Artist Trading Card (ATC) dimensions in mind, these pockets are a perfect fit for all of your ATC blanks… Continue Reading

Perfect Six Storage Page

Post Series: ScrapRack Basic Storage Pages This page has been around since the very beginning – almost 15 years ago. My favorite way to use the Perfect Six Storage page is as a page planner. I think of each row of pockets as a double page spread.  I’ll put up to six 4×6 photos in… Continue Reading

Fabulous Four Basic Storage Page

Post Series: All about storage pages Fabulous pretty much sums it up when it comes to this page design.  Each of the pockets on the Fabulous Four page are  just a bit larger than 6×6 which makes these pockets ideal for storing all kinds of craft supplies. Stickers and stencils are obvious choices for the… Continue Reading

SuperSized Single Basic Storage Page

Post Series: All about storage pages. The SuperSized Single has always been our most popular page.  I’m certain this is due to the versatility of its size. The one large pocket in the SuperSized Single page measures 12.5″ x 12.5″ – ideal for almost anything you would use in a 12×12 scrapbook. The obvious items;… Continue Reading