There are many types of pegboard hooks. If you’ve visited the local Home Depot or the neighborhood hardware store, you’ve noticed that pegboard hooks come in a gazillion shapes and sizes. In fact, it gets a bit overwhelming as to which hook you should use for which tool.
When we decided to give our office space a facelift, I knew I wanted a craft pegboard to organize the supplies I had been tossing into file cabinets for years. I had run across a few tutorials from time-to -time...
Lock In the Hooks The No. 1 complaint about pegboard? Hooks falling out when you remove a tool. The solution? Lock 'em in place. Zip ties are an inexpensive, surefire way to go—but you need to have access to the back of your pegboard (or plan ahead and install the pegs and zip ties before you mount the board).
Craft supplies are wonderful but it is the crafters never ending dilema to find storage for all. the. little. things. And Cricut crafters are no exception… if you’ve started making Cricut projects then chances are you’re looking for the perfect solution to organizing your tools and materials. Of course, there are tons of solutions (like […]
When I was last working on the garage, I installed a pegboard. Let me tell you, it's been a-MAZ-ing! It got a lot of loose stuff off the shelves, things that didn't fit in bins or otherwise just didn't go there. Have I mentioned I'm on a decluttering kick? One thing I've noticed about this...Read More