Thursday, January 27, 2011

Crafting Madness: Part II

{click {here} to read part 1.}

You may remember that last year I turned half of our pantry into a craft closet.  At the time we desperately needed to tame our crafting clutter and weren't using all of the pantry, so it was the perfect solution....except for one little thing.  One cute, blue-eyed, blonde haired little thing (also known around here as The Blonde Bombshell).


{cute, isn't she?}

A couple of months ago this spunky little girl learned how to turn door knobs and our cute, organized, little crafting closet was no more.  I like to think she's a creative girl at heart, but more likely she just an average 2-year-old who enjoyed the freedom to help herself to stickers, paint, markers, and glue. So, I began brainstorming and came up with the following idea.  It's not nearly as cute, but about 10 times more functional for this family with 8 little hands and 4 curious minds. 

So, our craft supplies are now living here, in a cupboard in the kitchen. 






I wonder where they'll relocate to next year?

*Linking up to Kelly's Korner SUYL ...lots of great ideas...check 'em out!

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7 comments:

Jodi said...

impressive!

chandra said...

you are awesome! You should work for California closets or something like that!

Colleen said...

I have this same issue! my two year old would love to get his hands on our crafts. I need a better place for sure. Good idea.

Melanie said...

I love those bins! Where did you find them? I love your new craft storage, but the pantry idea was very cute, too! But I can sympathize with having a two-year old who gets into everything, especially the big kids stuff!!

feltsocute said...

LOVE all those clear boxes stacked neatly!!!

Healthy Branscoms said...

What a cutie pie! :) Love your boxes! :) Erin

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Let'sMakeADifference said...

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