Monday, January 16, 2012

Cricut Cartridge Storage

Hello!  I'm back as promised to share how I store my Cricut cartridges.  It's nothing too fancy or special and it works for now although I am already running out of room!

I use shelves from Menards.  My husband hung them on the wall in an L-shape which follows the flow of my space.  I like to keep my carts in the boxes.  I don't know why, I just like them in their original shape.  Although I know it works for so many people, I just can't imagine taking them out of their boxes.  All of the regular carts are alphabetical on the top shelf.  (As you can see, I'm starting to overflow so I will have to come up with more storage sometime soon!) The Lite carts are on the second shelf, also in alphabetical order.  I don't have that many Imagine carts so those are just lined up along the front right now.

This works for me because I can see all of them and they are within arms reach.

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5 comments:

  1. Love your shelves and I spy a super cool bucket!!!

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  2. I like to keep mine in the boxes too! I store mine though in the drawers of those white storage compartments that you can get in Michael's. I too am running out of room though...I have 5 drawers full now! Someday I'll have my own craft room but until then I'll just have to do with my little space in the kitchen.

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  3. I was wondering if anyone else kept them all in the original boxes. Wish I had a larger space also but someday maybe! Thanks for sharing Michele!

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  4. I have over 100 carts so I had to take mine out and I bought the storage boxes made for cricut carts that store the overlays, handbooks and carts themselves and it seems to work for me...for now anyway.

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  5. I am just popping over from the Circle Messageboard to check out your blog. I am already a follower. Your scrap room makes me want to go shopping in it, I love how everything is in reach. I look forward to more of your creations and inspiration!

    http://scrappindhilly.blogspot.com/

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