Holiday: Toile 2014: Gifts for the Organized Crafter

November 24, 2014

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I am ready to sign myself up as a traveling salesman for Urbio. No kidding. I think this system is the best. I use it in my new and improved Crib Meets Craft closet and love it. The modular design of the plates make this a great storage solution for crafters. If you have a Container Store in your area, take a look at the Urbio system and play with the different configurations. And, while you’re there you can take a look at some of my other favorite organizational solutions for crafters like the Linus Cabinet Organizers, which I use for organizing my stamps – or the Clear Shirt Drawers which are great for storing large spools of ribbon. To learm more about Urbio, you can take a peek at the installation video to see more of how this system works. Seriously – you should watch the video. Can you tell I’m a fan.

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Erin Condren planners are probably very familiar to you. They are awesome. I love mine and I’m pretty sure you’ll love yours too – if you don’t already own one. They are colorful and come packed with tons of organizational accessories including stickers, personalized labels, a plastic zipper pencil holder, a perpetual calendar for keeping track of yearly events and interchangable laminated covers that can be customized with photos and your name…and THAT’S standard on these planners. When you take a look at all the add ons – there are even more options. I own a standard planner without any of the additional add on items, and I could not be happier with how jam packed it is with everything I need to stay organized all year long. With the new year upon us, you should probably take a look at Erin Condren !
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These storage binders are just the smartest thing ever. They keep your metal dies tucked away yet incredibly easy to access. I love that I can label the spine and organize them like a library of books. I opt to organize similar dies together, even if they are from different manufacturers. This way, you make the most of your storage binders and it’s easier to remember exactly what you have available to you. The other plus is that Little B packages ALL of their dies in these storage binders. So if you order a Little B die set, it shows up at your door perfectly organized. Some of my favorite Little B dies are the Holiday Die Set, Bouquet Die Set, Boxes & Bows Die Set.

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You also have the chance to win a $50 gift card to Erin Condren by joining me in a little Instagram giveaway that I am hosting today! Just take a trip over to the Damask Love Instagram page to see how you can enter to win.

114 thoughts on “Toile 2014: Gifts for the Organized Crafter”

  1. Hmmm, about 1/2 hour at the moment. I usually clean up after each session, but decided to make cards all week. So closed doors it is.

  2. My clear stamps are getting out of hand. i need a way to organise and display them so that I can find what I’m looking for when needed and its easy to get to.

  3. Ah….organization!!! My craft room is pretty organized but I do need to resort some things. I LOVE the Little B storage folders – they are very sturdy and strong 😉

    Thank you Amber!

  4. I love the Erin Condren planners! I used a different one this year and completely missed everything that the E.C. planner offers…definitely switching back in 2015!

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