Organization: Ribbon Clothespins – helps keep your random scraps of ribbon nice and neat by wrapping them around wooden clothespins. It’s a great organization tip for your office and craft room.
Hello there! Today I am sharing a super simple organization tip on how to store your loose scraps of ribbon. If your craft room is anything like mine, it’s a total disaster. Well, maybe it’s not a disaster all the time, but most of the time. I have a problem with starting a project and before said project is finished, I will have started a different one. This leads to crazy amounts of supplies and material clutter everywhere.
For years I have been stuffing my loose ribbon scraps into a gallon sized plastic bag. They are wedged in the bag and are wrinkled. Go figure. If I need a piece of ribbon I would have to search through the bag until I found the one I needed. So, one day I was at a local shop in my hometown and came across these antique wood spools and clothespins wrapped with pretty lace. I have been buying some here and there to use in a few of my craft projects as background filler. Then I got the idea to use the clothespins to help organize my loose ribbons. Brilliant!
- Wooden clothespins (I bought mine new at Michael’s but you can use vintage ones)
- Ribbon scraps
- Satin Pins
I love how easy this organization tip is! Plus, it is so effective in storing loose ribbon. Definitely much better than a plastic bag. These ribbon clothespins are so cute and can now be displayed in the craft room instead of being crammed away.
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