diy home sweet home: Using a re-purposed door on top of cube organizers makes for a simple craft table with lots of storage (perfect for my craft room!) Kids Art Tables, Colors Crafts, Kid Art, Crafts Room, Kids Crafts, Crafts Tables, Homeschool Desks, Craft Tables, Cubes Organic
Also on these boards
" Use Glass Jars to organize: Nail or superglue the lids to the underside of a surface near where you store your tools, then twist the jars into place. Put like-size nuts and bolts in one jar, wood screws in another, nails in another. Also attach an empty jar so that when you’re working on a project, you can gather the necessary hardware and stow it there."
"Quaint and Quirky" photostream The Cubes are from Michaels craft store. They are intended to be scrapbooking organizers, but we found that if you stack them together, they are the perfect size for a table. The top is a door which ended up being the perfect size.
Ok, I actually thought of the very same idea for this low-budget craft table a few months back. I was unsure how sturdy it would be as it's 2 Closetmaid storage cube shelves and wood top from Home Depot...now that I see it is doable...I'm headed to Target and Home Depot. This blogger said it only cost her about $120 to do. So, that is really sane, price-wise. :)