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