I have a confession to make – I have a tiny craft space.
It’s essentially the corner of my living room and part of a bookshelf I commandeered from the cat (he lives there.. little die cut living room, scrapbook wallpaper and all).
I have two pieces of furniture in there; my desk and WorkBox. They both come from a place called The Original Scrapbox and are efficient for organizing a lot of stuff in a little area.
What I wanted to share with you today are label templates for the older bins that have the stitched handles and pockets on the front:
The bins themselves come in four colors: tan, white, black and gray. The color you have depends on what model of furniture you’re sporting (or plan to sport!) and whether you managed to snag a set of bins when the shop had them for sale separately.
Currently, the store has a new type of bin for sale with metal label slips – the templates below will not fit the new bins (the slips are much smaller).
These label sets are blank so you can customize your bins. I’ve included editable Word (Windows) and Pages (Mac) documents, as well as PDFs so you can print and write your labels if you prefer. There are three sizes – large for the large 12×12 bins, medium for the deep square bins (on the right-hand side, below) and small for the 12×12 paper bins. The small size will also fit the tiny notions/embellishment bins:
And here is how I have my area set up:
The fast tour:
On the outer part of the doors, I have large magnetic sheets where I stick my wafer thin metal craft dies. On the inside left door panel is my 6×6 patterned papers, Flair markers and any gem or enamel embellishments (it’s directly in line with the photo, but you can see them in the picture above this one).
In the next section, the deep bins hold memorabilia and alteration materials – embossing, inks, distressing, and paper scraps. The main center section houses all my cardstock, markers, paints, specialty papers, planning, and Project Life gear.
The teeny tiny bins are my quilling papers, journaling pens, and inking tools. The square bins in the right door are sundries, metal, wood, fabric embellishments, and my adhesives. And on the right door panel, you can see my craft paints and color mists, scissors, my most used ink pads – and more pens. I have a pen problem 🙂
The gray index card boxes on the back of my desk are where I hide all my stamp sets. And that’s pretty much all I can fit in there.
Thanks for stopping by to see my little craft space!
Leave a comment below and tell me: where do you craft?