Ok, so I don't have the room for a stock room, or closet. So my stock room is a "stock room". It's all over the place, but still organized! I have various boxes and organizers for all my products, scattered in different spots of the room.
When I forst started making buttons, I kept all of them willy nilly in a mason jar. I don't know what made me think that was a good idea... these are much better.
The glittery pink box is where I keep all my stickers! I got it from Walgreens, of all places.
And I keep all my colorful patches in this little mint box, along side some extra business cards.
I've just discovered the connivence and awesomeness of labeling things. Sometimes I can be a stubborn learner, ok? Also, button/mirror making parts have funny names.
This drawer thing is my newest addition to my studio, and it has been a life saver! One drawer for a bit more storage makes a world of a difference. I got it from Target, and it's actually a nightstand. The whole thing was that light beige color, but I painted most of it with my handy dandy chalk board paint, and did the pink trim with washi tape! The chalkboard paint lets me decorate it how ever I want, and makes a great customizable back drop for some photos, where I can write my own captions in chalk! I got that idea from The A Beautiful Mess Photo Idea Book, which I HIGHLY recommend, btw.
I don't keep my buttons in mason jars any more, but they make great organizers for the parts to make buttons! That trusty button maker is one of my favorite items that I own.