Hello friends, hope your week is going great! Today I’m sharing a project I’m pretty excited about. A simple farmhouse inspired DIY art caddy! Woohoo! Crafting is the “it” thing to do right now, we have crafts rooms, craft closets and even she sheds, just dedicated for us to craft and be inspired in. We even create fun crafting spaces for our kids. So this project can be used for our crafting space or the kids (or both).
So I wanted to share a fun and easy to do DIY art caddy that you can take from room to room AND since farmhouse is SO popular right now I wanted to make it farmhouse inspired!
- Darice Tin Divider Planter
- Mason Jars
- Studio 71 Colored Pencils
- Studio 71 Markers
- Darice Bristle Brush
- Studio 71 Watercolors
- Studio 71 Paint Brush
- Art Mannequin
I was so excited to find everything I needed on the Darice site for this DIY art caddy.
I cannot tell you how in LOVE I am with this tin planter, it’s just to beautiful! So many different ways you can use this piece, but of course were using it for the craft room. I might be getting another one for the kitchen!
First let’s add our mason jars. Let’s do all different looks and styles for our jars. If you want to take this a step further, then you can paint the mason jars. I especially think that would look good if you were doing this for a kids crafting space.
Now let’s add the fun stuff, our craft supplies!! Of course we need EVERYTHING, from colored pencils, markers, paint brushes, watercolors, and of course what’s an art space without an art mannequin. My 9 year old son actually uses his art mannequin all the time. He loves to draw and is really good at it. So momma really tries to encourage that.
My art mannequins! Like I said I just love these, they are great pieces of decor for any art space but also practical. I want to get the hand mannequin next, it looks so cool!
So that’s it, a simple farmhouse inspired DIY art caddy! This is a perfect fit for any space. What I’m really hoping is that this project really helps you get some of your craft supplies organized. But in a super cute way! Grab a drawing book and your ready to get creating! Also here’s a fun way I organized some of my paints for the craft room as well, craft paint storage.
Thank you so much for stopping by!