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My craft room doubles as the kids craft room. So, not only do I create planners in there, but my kids come in and do all of their school projects. With 4 kids, at least 1 child has some kind of school project to make every single week. We also do painting together regularly. Also, I do my crafts and MAKE PLANNERS in here. The room is busy, probably a lot like your room!
Getting rid of all the extra stuff makes it so much easier to keep clean between all of these projects. If the room is messy, I don’t feel like being creative, but if the room is clean and decluttered … my creative juices flow.
No matter what kinds of projects happen in your craft room (or wherever you keep your craft supplies), decluttering what you don’t use or need often will let you enjoy all the other crafts so much better.
- If you have not already done the Recommended Reading – do that now. The articles linked in that post help you keep a mindset prepared to let go of clutter.
- It is not required, but I’ve designed the Declutter Printable Pack to be a fantastic supplemental resource and help you finish this challenge successfully. To make it more valuable, I add details not found on the blog. Thank you to all those who have already purchased their copy!
- Just Joining Us? It may be tempting to start from the beginning, but I think you should start on the current week with the group. Make sure you take the time to do some of the required reading. I also suggest buying the declutter challenge printable because not only will it help you during the challenge, you’ll be able to circle back at the end to the weeks you missed.
Now on to your assignment for the week …
Week #6 – Craft Room (or Supplies)
Here are the areas to declutter each day to complete the craft room. If you do not have a specific craft room, do the areas where you store materials for your hobbies. If those are in multiple places around the house, try organizing them together in one place as it makes sense. This will make later organizing easier.
Monday – gather and sort craft supplies
Tuesday – children’s crafts
Wednesday – fabric, ribbon and sewing
Thursday – painting supplies
Friday – paper and paper tools
Saturday – any remaining craft materials
Sunday – rest for the week ahead
More Inspiration for Craft Room
Previous Declutter Posts
- The 91 Day Declutter Challenge (how the challenge works)
- Required Reading
- Week 1 – Master Closet & Bath
- Week 2 – Master Bedroom
- Week 3 – Kitchen & Pantry
- Week 4 – Laundry Room
- Week 5 – Office
Have a great week of decluttering!!
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