Today we are going to learn about managing your supplies and jewelry. First of all, it is important to know as why you need to lay great stress in organizing your jewelry making supplies. So, I am going to explain you…
It largely builds as a challenge over time when you have materials in bulk and especially the tiny & delicate objects that better need to be handled with care. As far as utility goes in terms of organizing your jewelry making supplies, there’s nothing better than having things put in a place where you could just resort to and pick out what you need. Also, it is productive and saves you a lot of time and money. Being organized is often difficult for creative heads because they are too impatient to keep things in their respective places, which is why I present you with a tutorial of your very own custom designed storage.
So, let us first consider the things required to organize your jewelry making supplies:
1. Bead storage boxes
2. Spool bins
3. 15 Drawer rolling cart(s)
4. 4 Drawer, 4 shelf scrapbook storage
Let’s begin with carts. You can get multiple carts. I have 6 of them. Just hang them against your wall where you think is likeable.
You should put labels on your carts using your labeler, specifically of chains, cords, wires, cords, clasps etc. This way you can easily spot what is where.
That was fundamental. Now, beads and other findings; I would recommend you place them inside your bead storage boxes. The boxes can be placed inside the scrapbook shelves where you can have them always at a quick glance. For their organization, I would advise you to go in terms of colors; not shape or sizes. Each unique color would allow you to determine where the particular bead that you need is. It works in this way that when you’re deciding to make a piece you’re always going to start with imagining a color. First you are sure of a color then you’re likely to go for a type and size. It works the other way as well in some cases, but mostly this way happens.
Your jewelry making supplies, especially beads, come in all shapes and sizes, so, you cannot ignore that. A medium sized beads strand would fit finely in a tiny storage box. Larger size of beads strand can also fit, but it mainly depends how you store it. These boxes can easily come out, so you don’t always have to pick out from them. Saves you a lot of time and nothing mixes up!
Now at the end, I would simply say that a long lasting solution is always productive for you. It is very important to be organized because your mood largely depends on your crafting. You find things easily, you make things happily and the product is of quality. I hope you make use of the inspiration. Stay tuned for more posts on yourjewelry making supplies.