Easy Craft Organization with the Dream Box 2

This post is sponsored by CreateRoom, but all opinions are my own!

If you have never heard of the Dream Box by CreateRoom, then you are in for a feast for the eyes! Craft organization never looked so good. It’s a crafter’s dream come true. Hence the Dream Box name! I finally got my hands on one and let me just show you my take on easy craft organization with the Dream Box 2. Plus if you use my referral link here (or use code KAILOCHIC), you can get up to $200 off your own!

Just look at all that organization!

I received the half tote set for my Dream Box which included quite a few drawers and tubs for all your small items and fit perfectly. Since I had some larger items I wanted to store like acrylic sheets, a huge rolls of ribbon, I didn’t need a full tote set. However, that is the great thing about the Dream Box, you can customize yours to fit your needs best! You can see some of the totes in use here for my pompoms and trim.

To add to the customization, I added removable wallpaper to the swing doors to give it even more rainbow vibes. While the Dream box folds up quite nicely when not in use, it can expand all the way to 9′ wide! That is a whole lot of storage for your craft supplies!

It even has a pull down desk top that you can use for all your crafting needs. And is perfect for storing large craft equipment like sewing machines and vinyl cutters.

Aiding in the customization, you can use the shelf and drawer brackets to create the best organization for your supplies. Whether you are storing vinyl, fabric, paint, ribbon, jewelry findings, etc. This thing will hold it all!

I am so glad that I finally got my hands on the Dream Box 2 by CreateRoom. It really has been a miracle organizer for all my craft supplies that were starting to over run my studio. Feel free to ask me any questions about it and remember to use my referral link here (or use code KAILOCHIC), to save big!

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