DIY Supplies + Craft Closet Must Haves

09

Mar

 

Browsing Pinterest & dreaming up my next DIY is one of my favorite things to do on a Sunday morning. While my craft supply closet is pretty FULL of all my favorites, I thought it might be helpful to round up some of my must-have’s when rolling up my sleeves and creating a new DIY. 

1: Fiskars Scissors– First up, every crafty gal needs a SHARP pair of scissors! True confession, I’m pretty sure I used out kitchen scissors for a solid year or two before buying this exact pair of scissors and it makes crafting so much easier. 
2: Storage Lazy Susan– I could seriously have 100 of these lazy susans in every single cabinet in our house, but when it comes to crafting, this is how I store all of my acrylic paint. 
3: Rainbow Sequins– Adding little tiny details to projects always adds that “hand made” touch! I have a whole bin of embellishments, put this pack of rainbow sequins would be a great start. 
4: Ribbon Scraps– I have an assortment of ribbon that I scoop up typically from Hobby Lobby when it’s on sale, but this bunch of ribbon scraps comes in a few different color ways and is perfect to have on hand in your craft supplies. 
5: Yarn– Crafting 101 means you’re probably going to make a yarn pom pom, or 20, ha! This collection of yarn will be a great base for your yarn collection. 
6: Pom Maker– See above for crafting 101… you’re going to want a pom maker in various sizes- perfect for adding to holiday baskets, or even for making a holiday wreath! 
7: Acrylic Paint– We love painting all the cute little wood holiday items from the Target dollar spot, Hobby Lobby & Michaels, this set of paint is going to be the perfect rainbow collection for your projects. 
8: Chunky Yarn– I use this for SO many things- adding little details to a DIY, or even adding to a gift bag for a simple hand made touch. 
9: Arts & Crafts Library– This is the BEST kit for starting off your DIY collection, it has a ton of little embelishments and supplies to get your craft on. Plus, I love how it’s already organized for you in a handy suitcase- when you run out of one supply, you can grab that item to replenish! 
I would also suggest grabbing a three-tier cart, like this one from Target! It’s perfect for holding all of my seasonal DIY supplies. It keeps things nice & tidy, while helping me to actually use the supplies that I have! 
For “expert” crafters, you may want to think about adding a Cricut machine to your supplies! I got this Cricut Explore Air 2 (this bundle is a great value too) for Christmas two years ago & have had so much fun learning how to make all the things. 

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