Mom and I began our paper crafting fun around 2000. And soon we needed a craft room. Over the years, we have added new organization ideas. When our paper shelves fell off the wall, my late husband put on his thinking cap. He was a frugal man and he came up with a little shelving unit that has kept our paper safe over the years.
He took two closet shelf units and place one a top the other but the trick was to put the top shelf upside down so the tops would create a thick and sturdy shelf for our paper.
A metal bracket along the sides keeps the units in place and they are attached to the wall.
A re-organization is going on, so my paper labels are missing. The sturdy shelf holds most of my cardstock (I keep the neutrals, White Daisy, Colonial White, Cocoa, and Chocolate in a smaller shelf unit next to this one. I will share that later.
Here you can see the double middle shelf.
My craft room is full of frugal pieces which makes it feel 'lived in' like the rest of my house.