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  • Tina Schelhaas

    craft room idea, peg board and old tin cans

  • Andrea Taylor

    Vertical Tin Can Supply Storage source: IHeart Organizing: Super Inexpensive & Simple DIY Storage Solutions

  • Andrea Byrne

    For that non-existent craft room... "Paper-covered soup cans hold markers, pencils, and other crafting needs. Love the peg board idea.

  • Alexa Grestovic

    Make The Most Out of Small Spaces: Creative and Practical Storage Solutions | Learnist

  • Lori Graham

    DIY: Soup cans turned holders for peg board

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