I've been rearranging my craft room with the help of a few imaginative ideas that I've seen around and modified to meet my own needs. The first is this metal tray that I bought from Abode. It had a little sign on it that said, "Shabby, not scabby." Funny! It was only about 4.00 and I used magnets to hold a few of my projects.
Next, I used a simple wire hanger and plastic clothespins to hang my newly created masks. One hanger went a long way, but I also made very good use of a mult-tiered hanger for trousers.
Finally, I found this darling napkin holder with a fancy little rooster years ago at Thrift Town. I've had it for years, but thought it would be a great holder for my hot glue gun. I have a wooden glue gun holder, but guess what? This napkin holder really did the trick because it is deep, wide and strong.
See? I'm really trying to use what I already have even if it has to stretch my imagination a little bit. Actually, that is one of the best parts about re-using.
I would also really like to thank Donna of Funky Junk's SNS for helping me learn how to link a post to another blog. She just lost her sweet mom, so I can't believe she troubled herself with my small needs.