My Best Craft Crap Organizing Tip Yet

Have you ever tried something only to realize you wish you had thought of it sooner because it just saves you tons of time, headache, etc.? Well this little tip was like that for me. It may be a no brainer for others but I kept on finding myself taking FOREVER to find the end of my whatever craft crap I was currently working with. If it was long and stingy I just could not find the end without many long minutes of searching and unraveling.

In an act of desperation one afternoon after trying to pack some orders up speedily before the post office closed and fighting once again with my fallen apart ball of yarn, I decided to tie ribbon or different color yarn to the ends. And WAM it was like a miracle. I could quickly and easily always find the end.

And because I have a problem in excess I went crazy and did this to everything else I use. My big bundle of lace, snap tape, really everything. Maybe it’s just me and I just need to stop being lazy but I know I can’t be the only one. Hope it helps.

Comments

  1. That is so clever! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

  2. THat is genius! Thanks for sharing a wonderful tip!

  3. Good idea! I always need tips like this – my ribbons and things just get out of control! x

  4. That is a good tip. I pinned an idea I haven’t used yet, but you put the yarn/string/lace in a water bottle after cutting off the bottom and pull the string out the top.

  5. Clever tip thanks Marissa!
    http://Www.bluesusanmakes.blogspot.com

  6. You’re right that’s a “DOH!” Moment! Never thought of it but its so great!

  7. You are right, why didn’t I think of that?! Thanks for sharing.

  8. Great idea, thanks for sharing.

  9. Great idea!

  10. what a useful idea!
    if you want you can share it in my italian link party :)
    http://www.paroladilaura.it/2013/04/share-your-link-16/

  11. Great idea!!

  12. Simple ideas are always the best. :)

    Angela @ A Typical English Home

  13. That is a great idea! I need some serious craft/sewing organization. Thanks for sharing!

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