My Favorite Crafty Things: Organization… Discounts + BIG Giveaways

Welcome to Day 9 of My Favorite Crafty Things 2013! Today we are focusing on crafty organization. (Be sure to visit this feature’s main page to see the other topics.)

I also have great giveaways (see below) and discount codes!

And today I have an extra special discount code:

Time to share some of my favorite organization pieces!

If you are interested in any products, click on one of the abbreviations under the product images… SSS for Simon Says Stamp, EH for Ellen Hutson, AMZ for Amazon or other.

ORGANIZATION

Here are some of my favorite organization pieces:

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COLOR CUBBIES

I also wanted to share with you my favorite storage for my markers. Check out the fabulous Color Cubbies from Studio 3 Solutions. You can find out more about them HERE… or maybe win one below!

This list of favorite crafty things could also make a great gift guide. Feel free to pass along this link or print the page and circle what you love.

And remember the special discount: Organize More is offering my readers 10% off (including on the ink storage I feature) using the code “MCGUIREINK” from now until 11:59pmEST on 11/28/13.

See you tomorrow for the last day of My Favorite Crafty Things!

GIVEAWAYS

Today I have a fabulous giveaway for THREE lucky winners!

For your chance, just leave a comment here by 11:59pmEST on 11/27/13 telling me your favorite crafty organization tip. Good luck to all!


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725 thoughts on “My Favorite Crafty Things: Organization… Discounts + BIG Giveaways”

  1. Organization is always a work in progress. My ink pads are stored in a Stamp N Storage case, but I ran out of room. Switched from CD cases to TH pocket folders to organize my acrylic stamp sets & filed alphabetically in a lined basket. Keep sequins in a pill reminder box and sponges marked with coordinating cardstock in a plastic jewelry case. Scraps of paper are in baggies and filed in the same folder as my 8.5×11″ cardstock. Appreciate your attention to detail and all your organizational tips & products.

  2. Awesome organization tips! For my small embellishments I use an electronic parts organizer tool box I stole away from my fiancee 😉 I also work in pharmacy so I use the clear pill organizers which look similar to your sequins organization box. One question though – how do you organize your papers, especially your 12×12 papers?

  3. I’m not sure if I could fit the stuff in my room but if you were going to give it to me for free I would surely make room for it. I really love the products that you show us and I really like all your videos. So whatever you think is good I know it will be good too. Thanks for the giveaways

  4. I love to be organized, and to be able to see all the goodies too. Great tips and I would love to win one of your organizational giveaways, both are great.

  5. Organize? My craft room always looks like a bomb went off in it. I try to have common-sense places for everything, and eventually put things away. Other than that, I am always switching things up trying to find that perfect “sweet spot” for my stash(es)!

  6. Hi Jennifer,
    Maybe you can help me. I’m looking for a card protector. Something to put individual cards in to keep them from getting dirty from handling and what not. I have purchased cards that had these on them. These are similar to the ones you use for your cutting dies and stamps, or would toes work. They don’t have to be heavy duty just something thin. Been looking every where and have found nothing until I watched your videos.
    Thank You,
    Loretta Metz

  7. I bought some old cassette tape storage racks for my ink pads and painted them to coordinate with my craft room. However, I’d love to trade them in for storage units that are actually designed to FIT the ink pads. Certain ink pads are too deep to fit in a cassette case slot, and the one I use for my distress inks has a lot of wasted space next to each stamp pad.

  8. After like 5 different methods of storing stamps and dies, I switched to your method and am so happy! I now see and find things easy and I really like that it’s all same size packaging, your
    die and stamp storage was my first crafting video!

  9. Jennifer, today is the 6th of December here in Australia and this post has only been up on youtube for seven hrs acording to the clock on the post, so your discount codes all expired on the 27th and 28th of November.
    Did I lose a week…… lol 🙂

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