Pegboard Craft Organization

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Pegboard organization isn't just for the workshop.


craft room organization for supplies

Back in the day, my Grandfather had every tool outlined in marker on the pegboard in his shop. He was very careful to put the tools back exactly where they were supposed to be. 


He was also one of the first guys I knew that had baby food jars hanging from their lids under a shelf. 


They were filled with nails, screws and bolts.


I remember thinking how great all that organization was!

craft organization using pegboard

I will not be outlining my craft tools on this pegboard because my style is a lot more random...
(though truthfully I did think about it for ten seconds)


peg board organization

 I do like my organizers... especially in the craft room.

They make me feel less stressed.
(I just seriously have a hard time putting anything back where it goes)

I love seeing exactly what I have. It's so easy just to grab something I need without rummaging through bins.

craft room organization for scissors

This was an old thread holder that I cut down to 2 rows. 

Drilling a hole in the top of each end made it perfect to hang on the pegboard hooks. 

These little spools of Baker's twine love their new home.

craft room organization for twine on a pegboard

Packages of tags hang just like in the store for easy access.


craft room organization

Drilling a hole in the back of the buckets made them easy to hang on hooks.

pegboard organization using buckets

In case you missed it, you can go here for instructions on antiquing cheap shiny buckets for more of a vintage look.

pegboard organization using hooks

I'm hanging the ribbon on long peg hooks for easy access.

Waxed twine, Baker's twine, and wire are wrapped around cardboard pallets for more easy hanging storage.

organize the craft room using peg board

And... I've strategically left room for more craft supplies!

Craft room organization

This clear cup was once a water bottle. I repurposed it by cutting it out with a loop on the back side, it hangs over a hook showing exactly what is inside.

peg board organization for the craft room

I love pegboard it's a great storage solution for easy visual organizing!

DIY organization using pegs and hooks

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7 comments

  1. It looks great, but I can't help but feel even if I did that AND outlined it that my family would still mess my space up and put things in the wrong spot. That's how they roll!

    Bliss

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  2. Good post. I am a regular visitor of your web site and appreciate you taking the time to maintain the excellent site. I will be a regular visitor for a really long time.

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  3. SMART thinking!!! Love it...now if I just had a craft room...probably wouldn't go over well on my dining room wall ;)

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  4. Pegboard always gives that orderly vibe --love it!

    <3 Christina at I Gotta Create!
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  5. This is really great. Question about putting up the pegboard -- Did you nail it directly onto the wall? Or did you put anything in between the wall and the pegboard?

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    1. No I used a spacer between the wall and the pegboard. If the pegboard was directly against the wall then the hooks wouldn't work, there has to be a space in between :)

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