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I ran out of room for my Stickles...so I put them on the ceiling! I found a tin tray, put magnets on bottom of Stickle and placed on tray. Easy to see and very accessible. I think I saw this idea on SCS.
should have said "for low ceilings only", my craft room is upstairs over the house, there is one section I bump my head frequently, I put stuff I hardly use but must have just in case; good thing my working area is in the high section lol.
My upside down stickles storage is in this blog post (scroll down for it). This was the room I had before the room I'm in now. I am just about done re-doing my current room (again), but this stickles storage has survived all room configurations. It's perfect for me!
I store mine upside down too as well as my acrylic paints. No magnets for me though.
I have divided a drawer with foam core to take various items and have a section that is just the right size to hold them all up. I used pins to hold the dividers in place so that I can adjust as my storage requirements vary.
There is no such thing as lack of sleep, only caffeine deficiency.
Now that's an idea I can use! I have a few of those gadgets that I couldn't figure out what to do with. Now do I have space on my pegboard?
I tried gluing Velcro to the underside of a shelf and onto the underside of the bottles. That worked great until the weight of the bottles pulled the Velcro off the shelf. I've been stumped for ideas since, so thanks!
I took the lids to old tins that cookies came in (old tin pie plates or cake plates will work) and glued a wooden candlestick to them...one on top and one on bottom. Then I glued magnets on the bottom of my stickles.