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  • Jessi JB

    The Stonybrook House: Messy Desk Dilema: diy desk organizer with wrapping paper and mod podge

  • Erica Rhodes

    Drawer organization using cereal boxes and wrapping paper! The Stonybrook House: Messy Desk Dilema {DIY Drawer Organizer}

  • Melissa Meverden

    The Stonybrook House: Messy Desk Dilemma solved - DIY a desk organizer with leftover cardboard boxes, wrapping paper, tape, and glue

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