Full disclosure: I am not the most organized crafter. Except when it comes to Raskog organization. It’s the only spot in my craft room that stays clean, organized, and straightened when the rest of the room is in complete shambles.
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Have you ever had your eye on something so lovely and saved and saved your pennies to purchase said lovely and then when you go to make that long awaited purchase it wasn’t available anymore?
I Dream of Raskog
This is the tale of one such case. My beloved Ikea Raskog cart in that lovely turquoise color wasn’t available after we’d made the 3-hour trek to Memphis. I hemmed and hawed over my options and almost left without making a purchase. Thom persuaded me to buy the beige cart and he promised to spray paint it for me. It took him a few days to prep the cart for painting and when he was done, I had the cart of my dreams.
To add a fun detail, I punched some black vinyl adhesive stickers to add to the cart. I love that I can change these easily when the whim strikes. Contrary to the description in the original pin, adding the dots was not difficult at all. This pinner must have painted them (the pin came from Instagram).
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Tip #1 for Raskog organization is to have designated buckets for every type of craft or project. I picked up the adorable plastic berry buckets from the Target Dollar Spot.
Tip #2: don’t try to add too much. Keeping the Raskog organized and tidy depends on being able to grab items easily and also to be able to put them back easily.
Need a more detailed look at my Raskog cart? I made a video!
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