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How-To Make an Easy Hanging Ribbon Organizer

Even though I haven’t posted this past week, I have been getting some behind the scene steps ready for some upcoming projects…like a ribbon organizer. It takes time to gather all the supplies and to think my ideas through.  Once I have a plan, I am set to go. Today I am working on 5 projects. When one is drying, I start on another. When I get in this kind of frenzy – which is usually induced by seeing the wonders of paint – easy and inexpensive transformation.  I call these times in my life a “Decorating Marathon”.

If you have been reading my blog for sometime, you may remember this project. It was the first stage of how I created my worktable in my studioffice.

Craft Room Work Table

Craft room work Table

While starting to do Part 2 of my table, I needed the right equipment – I needed this…

Miter Saw

And to get it, I had to borrow it from my friend, Karen.  Going to Karen’s is always a treat, she is so creative, has the most organized sewing room, and the best ideas. I got the idea for my craft table after seeing hers  She is a professional seamstress extraordinaire and makes all kinds of decorator treatments.  She has a professional sewing workroom right in her home.   Her table is much larger than mine, but the concept to have it in the center of the room so you can move around to all sides while working and a large cutting surface is what I gleaned from her.  I ALWAYS leave her house inspired.

I thought I would share the inspiration I left with today – with you.  Look  how cleverly she  organizes her ribbon.  No drilling, sawing, or painting required.

supplies needed:

  • 2 equal lengths of chain
  • Cafe style curtain rods
  • 2- S Hooks (2 eye hooks to screw into a ceiling or wood shelf if you don’t have wire grid shelving shown in the photo)

Ribbon Organizer for a Craft Room Wall

So easy to make and accessible, too.

Ribbon Holder to hang on a wall

s hook anad chain to hold up ribbon holder

Easy way to organize a lot of ribbon

Ribbon Spool Holder and Organizer for a Crafts room

Isn’t she clever?  Her whole house is filled with great ideas like this.

She looks after every detail inside and out.  As I was leaving – I saw this.

Painted House Address Number Signs

Is it not the most perfect, cheeriest way to display your house numbers?   It is a semi-handmade project.  She found the numbers at a local boutique.   They are just painted numbers on stretched canvas frames.   You can easily make them with the small primed artist canvas frames you can buy at craft stores. Karen screwed green stakes to the back of each frame and put them in the planter.  Now you can see why I always  drive home from her house inspired.   Thanks Karen, you are the best. XO

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Easy to make ribbon or gift wrap organizer that can be made in less than 15 minutes

 

 

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30 Comments

  1. You share the tutorial is very helpful for make a ribbon. I am glad to find it. I found your website just right for my needs. Thanks for sharing the great information. Good Luck!

  2. I’ve been needing a way to store my ribbon. I was thinking something with dowels, but didn’t think of using chain! That’ll work perfectly in my new studio space! Thanks for the great idea!

  3. I found you after googling ideas for my basement craft room. I love the ribbon storeage idea! My walls are concrete, so I can’t easily hook anything into them, but I could certainly hang this from my ceiling! Thanks for the great idea!

  4. I have been looking and pondering different ribbon storage ideas. I LOVE this idea. Thank you so much for your ideas. I am new to your blog and just love it! I will be a frequent visiter.

  5. Love this. I just found your blog. I am going to be starting a link up soon… for organizing blog posts… would love you to link to it once it’s up.
    Thanks!

  6. Congratulations! Your Easy Ribbon Holder made this week’s Top 5 Hits at Singing With Birds. Come check us out!

  7. i wanted to let you knnow i featured your craft today- i love it – thanks so much for sharing – Jamee from jameehomemaker.blogspot.com

  8. What a clever idea! A perfect solution. Can’t wait to see your craft room on the tour! The house numbers are gorgeous too! Fabulous idea. Thanks so much for joining the Sunday Showcase! I greatly appreciate it! Hope you have a wonderful week! ~ Stephanie Lynn

  9. what creative ideas! I’m going to send a link of the picture with the house numbers to my sister… she would love that one! Well done Karen (and you too Diane!)

    1. Hi Simone-
      The top is really shiny and looks like glass, but it is black vinyl I found at a local fabric store for 1.00 a yard. I love it as it is so easy to clean up after I make big crafty messes on it .

    1. hi Kathy-

      Everytime I go into my studioffice I think I gotta get my table finished. It was starting to stress me out. I just finished a part of it and now am relaxing a bit. Thanks for the comment.
      Diane