It's finished! There's not much to add except some photos to show you how I used kitchen and bathroom accessories to store my craft bits and pieces.
On this door I used two wire spice racks from Ikea. We removed the handle and reattached it to the bottom of the rack so it could be used for ribbons. In between the spice racks is a magnetic knife holder with magnetic spice tins, also from Ikea.
For storage inside the cupboard I used glass candy jars and vintage tins.
On the other door we used a toothbrush holder from Bunnings to hold paintbrushes, and cup hooks to hang scissors, a ruler, and an embroidery hoop. A bulldog clip is used to hold patterns and loose pieces of paper.
Now for a breakdown of the costs!
Cupboard - Free
Wallpaper samples - Free
Primer undercoat $24.00
Taubmans enamel topcoat $29.95
Leftover white enamel paint - Free
Stencil book $2
Shelves - $8 plus $2 for them to be cut to size
Shelf brackets $8
Spice racks, magnetic knife rack, spice jars, all from Ikea $30
Cup hooks and toothbrush holder from Bunnings $15
Clip for pattern $3
I hope the past three posts have inspired you to think outside the square when it comes to storing your craft.