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  • Trisha Oldenkamp

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  • Daphne Cole

    Gift Wrapping and Crafting Keep gift wrapping and crafts supplies tucked away when not in use but close by. This armoire has plenty of ideas for organizing all your supplies. Hang tools and tags from screw-in cup hooks. Display and easily locate embellishments in vintage canning jars. Mount a lazy Susan to hold jars of buttons, beads, and other small accents. Adhere corkboard to the inside back of the cabinet for hanging sticker packets. Arrange spools of ribbon on a dowel rod and set inside a drawer. Editor's Tip: Create stations in your crafts room. If you have the luxury of an entire room, set zones for different activities, such as a gift wrapping, painting, scrapbooking, and sewing, and organize supplies accordingly

  • Sue Coots

    Gift Wrapping and Crafting - I have antique Hoosier that I could use like this!

  • Jaymie Derden

    gift wrap station using the old hoosier cabinet

  • Skye "Coach K" Quinman

    Gift Wrapping and Crafting Station

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and my solution is just get rid of all of that stuff and need to store it. but i understand some people wrap gifts as a hobby...creative expression...stress that case...there are your supplies!

Crafts Cabinet Hideaway- One cabinet in a home office can hide crafts supplies but keep them within reach. These pullout drawers are perfect for holding wrapping paper, ribbon, and tins of other supplies. Use the inside door space too, perfect for housing paint jars, vases filled with color pencils, and more ribbon. The counter holds a copier for enlarging patterns.

For the craft closet/ office

✂ That's a Wrap ✂ diy ideas for gift packaging and wrapped presents - starfish

bead board ceiling and hanging pom poms, lovely cupboard with curtains? I would paint the cupboard instead, then the little curtains would pop!

pink and red gift wrapping

Great idea! what to do with all of that wrapping paper and gift bags.

This is a cool DIY piece for storing gift wrap - using an old dresser (it seems), putting wheels on it, adding bars across empty drawer area, and the back open for rolls of wrap.

button wrapping. so clever! i can just see some of my family rolling their eyes about opening it though..haha!

craft supply storage from scrapbooks, etc

This is brilliant (why didn't I think of it?) Would be great to do this on the interior doors of an old armoire (or a closet) -- that way my wrapping paper won't become an enticing toy for kitty...