52 Paper Crafting Organization Tips – Week 30

Welcome to Week #30 of my 52 Paper Crafting Organization Tips and StampinBuds Studio tour. Did you miss last week’s topic? I talked about my Hultarp Rail Organization, so be sure to check that out.

This week we are talking about power!

Week 30: The Power Tower

The Power Tower for Paper Crafting Organization

A couple of years ago I was hosting one of my annual Scrapbook Retreats and my friend Angela had something that caught my curiosity on her table. I’m going to nickname it The Power Tower because I think it’s something every true crafter needs when it comes to paper crafting organization.

Basically, it’s a tall power strip with 3 zones that can either be used to plug-in your most used crafting machines such as a Cricut, computer, lighting, etc. But, it’s also a charging station so that you can charge your Phones, Laptops, iPads, etc.

I have three of these awesome units set up around my room! One next to my main computer so that I can have a surge protector for my Mac and can plug in things like my iPhone and small photo printer. Another at the other end of my long desk so so that I can power my main printer and my Cricut machine. And yet another near my workstation that powers my electric die cutting machine, overhead desk lighting, and even my bluetooth speaker on occasion.

What about on-the-go? Well, I have one of these bad boys packed away in my crafting bag so that I can take it to crops and retreats! The design of one of these towers is energy saving, space saving, reliable, and even has a retractable cord perfect for on-toe- go crafting. It’s simply perfect because your close friends can also plug in!

So a big THANK YOU to my friend Angela for introducing me to this fun Power Tower. I’m not really sure what I would do without it… other than try to hide long power strips creatively – UGH!

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