Craft Room Organization Workbook: Everything you need to do to clean, declutter, and organize in 30 days!
The 30-Day Craft Room Challenge Workbook walks you through EVERYTHING you need to do in order to clean, declutter, and setup your craft room in just four weeks. We go step by step, day by day, together!
By learning step-by-step, you avoid the overwhelm that usually comes trying to get control over something that is so far behind.
And good news if you're eager to start NOW. This 36-page workbook is instantly available to you as a digital download sent to your email. You can have it spiral bound at most office supply stores for around $4.
This comprehensive guide gives you a step by step organizing guide for every single day of the challenge! It tells you exactly what to do on each day.
The Craft Room Organization Workbook is a companion to my free 30-Day Craft Room Organization Challenge.
Instant digital download (nothing will be shipped).
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