Skip to main content

Weekend Video : Storage Solution#1

Happy Sunday! Hope you are enjoying your weekend. A lot of you asked how I store my craft supplies, so I thought I'd share a bit of my own versions of storage solutions for you. You like any idea, pick it up and make it you own :)
Watch here | Watch on YouTube | Subscribe to My Channel

I hope it was useful for you in some way. If you would like to see videos on any particular technique, idea or product, please don't forget to let me know in the comments.

Thanks for visiting! Have a great day!


  1. Great video Ujjwal! Your ribbon storage solution is far better than mine...I pile them up and make a mess anytime I want to access one spool. I love your selection of embroidery floss too...gorgeous colors! Thanks for sharing your tips :)

  2. This is a super idea ujjwal.. thanks for sharing

  3. Thats a cool video! Thanks a lot for the spool idea. I have 4 huge boxes of complete mess. Will post a pic after I arrange it. And I want to share a lot of things like how I,ve arranged my stamps and scraps. Can you tell me how to video?

  4. Ujjwal - kudos to your new methods of storing embelishments. Nice video -I am happy for your acheivements

  5. haha great storage solutions sweetie! I am laughing because of "my storage solutions". I will show a pic soon! I am sure you will laugh too! :)

  6. Thanks alot Ujjwal for the video! I have tons of ribbons and laces... but they are in such a messy state that I have to think twice to work with them... you can see on my blog how much I use ribbons.. ;) I will arrange as per u have suggested now... Thanks again...

  7. Nice Video.
    Kitchen is a Social place in your home Where you can Cook the delicious dish to you family.With Waterhouse Designs, you can get modern kitchen design
    Handmade Kitchen

  8. great ideas Ujjwal!.. you are so organized...mine is a mess when compared with urs.. :)

  9. Thanks for the video Ujjwal! I also came up with a storage solution for my ribbons some time back. It used to be a mess everytime I wanted to use them. Not got the time to share the tutorial on my blog. Hopefully will do it soon. :)

  10. Hie... your video on ribbon storage is excellent... i:m gonna try it... :)


Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Diwali Wishes

Hello people!! The weekend is so near that it makes me happy already :D Finally I started on my Diwali cards for this year. I know I am terribly late but I am trying to make it up. For my readers who aren't aware of the Diwali festival, Diwali is known as the festival of lights and one of the biggest festivals in India signifying the victory of good over evil. This year we are celebrating Diwali on 5 November. We celebrate by decorating our houses, lighting candle, fireworks, lots of good food, and lots and lots of sweets (I love this part :D) 

Okay now enough of blabbering, here is a card a made for the Moxie Fab World Challenge - Perfectly Placed Pleats  and Speedy the Cat's Friend's Challenge - Stitching

Look how the paper pleats make for the cutest candles. Doesn't that stitched sentiment look pretty too?

After I made one and liked it, I went crazy experimenting with colors, size, and various different things :D
Here is another variations I came up with.

I know I w…

10 things I love about you..

...thats what I told my DH yesterday as it was our engagement anniversary. One year back on 16th of May, we got engaged and I wanted to gift him something special and different and that is when I stumbled upon Monicka Wright's blog and decided to case her wonderful note card. I took the colors from Smidapaper May Color Challenge, polka dot theme from Lawnscaping Challenge. And I am also playing along Wee Memories Scrappy Saturday Challenge#56 - Get Sticky.

Supplies: papers: Echo Park Papers(For the Record);embellishment: Element stickers from Echo Park Springtime collection, Little Girl, For the Record, Walk in the Park, Twine from the twinery(charcoal)
I used one of my favorite Echo Park collection "For the Record" for this card and love the way it turned out. Added a little hand-stitching along the edges, embellished each tag with lot of elementary stickers from different Echo Park Collection and had the most fun writing those 10 things about DH. It made me fell so ble…

A year in review 2016 + Giveaway!


As we step into the new year, I wanted to take a moment and reflect upon this past year which has been mostly amazing for me. 2016 was tremendous for me in terms of both professional and personal life. Yes, there were moments and events that I would not never like to experience again but today I just wanted to focus on the good and happy.

So today I am going to highlight my favourite projects and moments throughout this year. I also have a giveaway for you guys as a thank you for always being so supportive and appreciative. You always motivate me to do better and more.

I started year 2016 with this close-to-my-heart watercolor piece. This artwork is special because this was the first of the many! I fell in love with using stamps to build watercolor scenes and kept making them throughout the year.

This photo of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco has so many lovely memories from our big family vacation this year. It was fun converting it into a watercolor piece. Also this …