“I used to feel like a bad person because of how my home looked. But when Amanda came in and saw my home, she didn’t judge me. She helped me understand that I am a good person who was being held captive by my stuff. Amanda’s acceptance allowed me to work my way through it to freedom.”
If you are a crafter, you know how many small supplies go along with your hobby; pens, scissors, pins/needles, tape measure, buttons, paint, the list goes on. While these items are essential for the success of your work, they are also easy to lose. Having a clear home for these items helps you stay productive and organized while working.
A great organizing strategy for the craft or hobby room is a Lazy Susan. The ability for the supplies to be displayed clearly and interacted with easily is ideal. The Lazy Susan in the picture came with several glass dishes that fit in the tray. They were perfect for holding pins, measuring tape and other small items. If your Lazy Susan does not have dishes, simply using cans or jars will serve the same purpose.
We tend to think of Lazy Susan's for the kitchen, but think outside the box and consider repurposing one in your craft space.