While I love hiding as much of my crafting supplies away as possible, I do like to keep items that my kids and I use a lot easily accessible. That’s what propelled me to make these Pottery Barn inspired spinning art caddies for my craft table. One fun thing I tweaked about the design is using […Read More]
Now, I know these aren’t knock-offs exactly, but I am so smitten with Brooke’s spinning chore charts at All Things Thrifty I simply had to share. Brooke, being the creative genius that she is, turned two lazy Susans into fun AND decorative spinning chore charts for her kids. Who would ever think kids would actually […Read More]
Sherry from Pondered Primed Perfected scored a free lazy Susan at a garage sale when the owner happily threw it in with Sherry’s other findings. There was no way Sherry would turn down an opportunity to find a way to turn it into something fabulous, and, of course, she doesn’t disappoint! The once old, tired lazy Susan now has a smart new look with a bold alphabet design around the rim.
In need of storage for her craft space, Jeanette from Country Design Style created a revolving shelf that has room to spare. Jeanette added her own flair by gluing various styles of trim to the top and bottom. I love how accessible everything is with this design. Instead of searching around in a cabinet or drawer, just give it a spin and craft away!
Without an organization system of some sort, craft areas can just become a downright disaster. This is true of adults and children alike. That’s why I love this craft turntable created by The Crafter’s File Box. The little buckets compartmentalize markers, crayons, glue, and the sorts, while the lazy Susan allows for easy supply access. […Read More]
Julie from Angry Julie Monday is on a spring cleaning kick at her house. She needed a space to store all of her kindergartner’s art supplies. So her husband built a lazy susan art caddy and Julie blinged it out with her son’s supplies. Pottery Barn Kids sells a similar art caddy. Theirs is called […Read More]