My work desk is always a mess. I’ve mentioned this many times, here at the blog. Please, don’t get me wrong. I do clean my work desk and beading stuffs but after I finish a project it’s like a typhoon passed by on my work desk and it will take several days until I get everything organize again. Frustrating sometimes because it seems it takes days to clean and takes just hours to make a mess. I’m sure, this is always an all-time issue and problem for every beader out there LOL
So far I was able to finish 3 beading projects and you can now imagine the mess I have created. It also seems I need more and more beading storage because I want everything in just one place. I went online window shopping for beading storage and wow! I want the bead storage from Beading Storage Solutions!
I watched a product demo video HERE and it’s such a very useful product. It’s perfectly engineered and designed to stack up and containers fit altogether. I want it but the price LOL. So I guess for now I’d have to make use whatever bead storage I have. Since I also like crafts and DIYs I searched for beading storage ideas and found some pretty cool ideas that I think would fit on my budget. 🙂
This is super cheap and I think useful too. You can also stack them up and maybe put in large storage bins.
Buy these round interlock containers…
…and they’ll look neat when organized using, maybe an old cabinet.
I have jars like these. They tend to take up too much space, but yes, they’re great for storing large beads.
This nail polish rack also looks neat 🙂
If you store your beads in big jars like this, you can use a metal rack to organize.
I still have my beads in tubes and so a small spice rack, similar to Dean & Deluca brand I think would be useful
Aha! Test tubes 🙂
I buy Toho beads and the tubes have holes to hang them and peg boards is another option!
There you have it 🙂 Cool, cheap and nice DIY bead storage ideas! Get crafty now and make your own bead storage. Post pictures at the Fanpage and share it with us 🙂
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