* pegboard

Posted on September 11th, 2005 by maitreya. Filed under Craft Room.


I keep finding stuff in my craftroom that I forgot I had, so more organization is clearly necessary. I got the pegboard, a mounting kit, and a box of pegboard accessories at home depot and mounted it on my craft cabinet. The black lines at the bottom are elastic, an idea I got from Martha (May 2004).

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8 Responses to “pegboard”

  1. michelle Says:

    that is a great idea, I am having the same problem, I share my craft room with my husband’s home office and he keeps shuffling my stuff around! :)

  2. amber Lee Pence Says:

    Oh, yes pegboards are the best! Now you can be even more crafty with everything at your fingertips.

  3. laura r. Says:

    that is a thing of beauty.

  4. Joelene Says:

    That is Awesome! Now I need one. I don’t know about you but everything has to be in order before I can get started:)

  5. Michele Says:

    I didn’t know there was kit! That’s awesome, I need crafty organization badly.

  6. Tracy Says:

    Really Nice~

  7. Maitreya Says:

    Thanks! The mounting “kit” was actually just some screws and spacers. It was very easy to put up.

  8. Leslie Says:

    Love it!!!

    Sometimes I end up buying stuff again just because I can’t find the original item (i.e. a hole punch or scissors). I need organization like this! :)

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