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  • Katy Schmitt

    We're always on the hunt for clever craft supply storage options. This simple DIY shared by Paula Biggs of Frog Prince Paperie on the Craft magazine blog points to one common culprit standing in the way of pretty, organized collection of ribbon: most ribbon organizers use a dowel or rod to keep spools in place. As Paula points out, sometimes the dowel isn't strong enough to hold the weight of the ribbon, spools can easily become unravelled, and it can be a pain removing all of the spools ...

  • Megan L

    Great DIY ribbon storage

  • Jarnette Smith

    Here's another simple diy ribbon organizer with coined sides to give it a little embellishment...maybe we'll try this one instead ... oh the choices I have found on Pintrest!

  • Debra Corsentino

    DIY ribbon holder. Craft room inspiration.

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