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13 Ways to Organize Craft and School Supplies!!

It’s still summer, but the school year is fast approaching. A school supply station is a great way to keep all of those school supplies corralled in one place and makes learning easier. Here are some great school supply station ideas:


  • Painted Can School Supply Station 1 of 13
    Painted Can School Supply Station
    Got some soup cans? Clean 'em up, paint 'em and give them a new lease on life with this cute school supply station!
    Learn more at Controlling My Chaos
  • Table Apron Supply Storage 2 of 13
    Table Apron Supply Storage
    This is a cute way to keep school supplies organized -- and also make the most of a small space and a small table!
    Learn more at Better Homes and Gardens
  • Stash School Supplies in a Shoe Organizer 3 of 13
    Stash School Supplies in a Shoe Organizer
    Shoe organizers are great -- I have used them for many things, but never thought of using one for school supplies. What a great idea!
    Learn more at Something To Do
  • Use Old Glass Jars to Easily Access Supplies 4 of 13
    Use Old Glass Jars to Easily Access Supplies
    Keep supplies close at hand with this great idea using glass jars. You can even reuse jelly, jam or pickle jars!
    Learn more at Home Made Simple
  • Painted & Stenciled Cans 5 of 13
    Painted & Stenciled Cans
    Label the right cans for the right supplies -- and add a burst of color to your supply organization.
    Learn more at The Crafting Chicks
  • Beadboard School Supply Caddy 6 of 13
    Beadboard School Supply Caddy
    I love beadboard, and this school supply caddy is a great way to use up small pieces left over from larger projects!
    Learn more at Brown Paper Packages via The Crafting Chicks
  • Old Table to Back-To-School Organizer 7 of 13
    Old Table to Back-To-School Organizer
    Don't donate that table when you can use it as a back-to-school supply station. Check out how.
    Learn more at Better Homes and Gardens
  • Silverware Holder to School Supply Stash 8 of 13
    Silverware Holder to School Supply Stash
    Silverware holders can organize all kinds of things -- but they're very well-suited to stashing school supplies.
    Learn more at That's My Letter
  • Tin Can Organization 9 of 13
    Tin Can Organization
    Glue magnets to tin cans and hang on a magnet board and make more room for projects!
    Learn more at Here's another great way to use soup cans or the like for organizing -- this time, mounted on a wall to save table space.HGTV
  • Organize with Colorful Labels 10 of 13
    Organize with Colorful Labels
    These are bright, cheerful and colorful labels you can customize for your storage space, be it a shoe caddy or whatever.
    Learn more at eighteen25 via Brown Paper Packages
  • Hang Supplies from Buckets 11 of 13
    Hang Supplies from Buckets
    Galvanized buckets are fun, provide some one-of-a-kind texture, and can help you get supplies off the table.
    Learn more at scrapbooks etc.
  • Keep Small Supplies in a Cupcake Holder 12 of 13
    Keep Small Supplies in a Cupcake Holder
    Use that cupcake stand more than once or twice a year and put it to use to hold small supplies, from beads to clips!
    Learn more at All Sorts
  • Organizing with Totes 13 of 13
    Organizing with Totes
    f you don't have room to keep craft or school supplies on display, organize them in a tote and stash it away when not needed!
    Learn more at I Heart Organizing

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