Then it hit me - why don't I merge tidying my cupboard with learning a new skill - WOODWORK!!!
I started designing craft cupboard 2.0 immediately and was very pleased with my plans, masking taping them to the wall for inspiration
I couldn't wait to get started the next day and dragged my boyfriend to the local DIY shop (Homebase) to help me pick out wood. I was all ready to by sheets and sheets of wood but Quinn recommend I just buy a couple to get me started and then if it works out ok then I can come back for more. Luckily it had turned out I'd bought enough for 1 shelves worth of wooden tidies and that was hard enough work in itself! Turns out my plans to have the whole cupboard finished by the end of this week was a bit inspirational but I am very happy with what I've managed to achieve.
The first shelf I started with is my Haberdashery shelf for all my material, wool, buttons, ribbon and thread. I didn't think I had to much for this shelf but it turns out there was lots of things hiding in there and I might need to do a wee bit of a further clear out
For the stuffing and wool I just made your average box. Actually the material one is the same but I wrapped the material around piece of cardboard before slotting them into the box so that I can easily see what I have to hand. I made two of these material boxes, putting one in front of the other.
For the 3 in the middle they were slightly more complicated so I've made a tutorial for each in case you want to learn how to make your own!
Hope this inspires you guys and hopefully over the next few weeks I'll have some more time to tackle another shelf
I'll be back xx