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  • Amanda Gomez

    Old cassette tape cases to hold cords and ipod accessories. <----- Genius idea, if I had any idea where to get an old cassette case anymore.

  • Annie Perkins

    DIY Dorm IDeas: Cassette Case as Cord Organizer Neatly coil the cords of your small, tangle-prone cables and earbuds and tuck them into the empty plastic holder. If you have several, label each case with a sticker for clear identification. It'll be the end of crossed wires.

  • Kortney Carey

    cassette cases as ipod charger/ear phone holder without the tangles!

  • Ashley Rose

    Store headphones in cassette tape case - LOVE! Makes storing cords sooo easy!!

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