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  • Cressondra Peters

    Organize your craft room with tension rods. Perfect solution for wrapping paper and spools of ribbon.

  • April Whitney

    Craft Room idea On a Roll -- I've always wanted a gift wrapping station. This might just make it happen!!!Transform an open bookcase into a crafts and gift-wrapping station. Slip rolls of paper over tension rods and stretch to secure between the bookcase's framework. Tuck standard-size ribbons into boxes and string extra-wide ribbon rolls onto a dowel rod supported by brackets to keep pretty trims at the ready. ***Craft / Scrapbook / Wrapping Room

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