Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Moxie Fab World Creative Spaces Link Party

The Moxie Fab World is having a Link Party. Teri is asking everyone to show their creative craft storage solutions. Check it out here.  I can't wait to get my hands on a copy of Volume #3 of Creative Spaces. I have looked at the other two volumes countless times, especially when I was designing my new craft space.

I decided to show how I store my spray inks and paints. I ordered a 3 Tier Tray from One Kings Lane. I didn't know what I was going to do with it, but I knew I would find a place for it in my new house and after it sat assembled in my area for "things that need to go somewhere" I had the bright idea that I could store my spray inks and paints in it. It was just the right size. I put it on a lazy susan I bought at Walmart so it will spin. I also purchased the smaller cosmetics caddy from Joss & Main with the same thought in mind - it'll go somewhere. So I tried out my Dylusions Spray Inks and I was so happy that I could get 4 of them in each section and it holds all of them!!  I love these two storage solutions because they allow me store upwards and they fit nicely on the counter in the bathroom of my craft room and they spin for easy access.

My original plan was to paint them hot pink, because the accents in my craft room are hot pink and turquoise, but when I put all those colorful inks in them I thought the bright pink might be too much. But, I'm still debating that. I'm also showing my version of the tin can storage like the ones shown in the Moxie Fab World post. I used a large canned pumpkin can. (I go through these cans because pumpkin is loaded with fiber and my dogs love it. It keeps them very regular and it's an awesome treat - FYI) I painted the can with a spray paint/primer in one. I put several coats on it. I love how big it is and how many of my brushes and tools it will hold. It also lives on my bathroom counter top. 


  1. This is so very cool! I love vertical storage solutions.

  2. Great storage solutions they always say for small spaces think vertical and that's exactly what you did great job!

  3. Brilliant - I love this idea - TFS x


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