Learn how to turn a pretty home decor piece into an ultra-organized scrapbook station.
Find ways to use as much space as possible while cutting clutter. Place lesser-used scrapbooking supplies on top of the hutch. Hide large tools on the bottom.
A magnetic strip with canisters attached to the side of the hutch keeps tiny embellishments, such as buttons, eyelets, and brads, standing by. The strip can also hold ?work-in-progress? pouches.
A fabric-covered bulletin board makes good use of the vertical space at the back of the hutch. Pin up reminders, showcase favorite photos, or use as an inspiration board.
This wire tiered stand makes an ideal spot to store ribbon and adds a dainty decorative element to the cabinet.
Paper clip rolls of ribbon to keep pieces from becoming tangled.
Find ways to repurpose household items for scrapbooking storage. Use an old cupcake pan to hold chipboard pieces, buttons, and other small embellishments.
Show off a rainbow collection of buttons in small glass jars. Clear containers make it easy to find the exact embellishment needed.
Painted pegboard is attached to the inside of the cupboard doors with a double layer of mounting tape. For added stability, screw the pegboard into the wood.
Plastic paper holders accommodate a wide selection of cardstock and patterned paper. The upright paper storage makes the most of limited space.
Neatly corral rubber stamps in one of four stacked drawers.
Label drawers according to the supplies or tools inside for easy finding.
Repurpose a photo box to keep paints, rickrack, and other trims and adhesives out of sight.
Use a divided office supply box to hold embossing powders or glitter.
Store sticker sheets in a container that allows you to sort easily. Stash the wire basket on top of the hutch or below in a cabinet when finished.