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  • Audra and chase

    DIY -- Drink and snack storage for back yard parties. *Or for balls, frisbees, dog toys, etc.* What a brilliant idea. So many uses for this.

  • Holly Watson

    DIY -- Drink and snack storage for back yard parties. *Or for balls, frisbees, dog toys, toy storage etc.*

  • Jennifer Norman

    DIY -- Drink and snack storage for back yard parties. *Or for balls, frisbees, dog toys, etc. I love a good backyard party

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Oh Yeah! Need one of these...maybe two! They'd be perfect for storing supplies in.

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DIY -- Drink and snack storage for back yard parties. *Or for balls, frisbees, dog toys, etc.* Totally love this! this is awesome!

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art supply storage! Would love to have something this organized for the Kids

I would love to have a room for just crafts and a shelf like this....

Store gift wrapping items in an "over-the-door organizer". This would be perfect also for craft supplies.

Kitchen cleaning supply storage: build a skinny closet into an otherwise unused space.

Garden Zone For a multifunction garage, divide the space into zones, designed for different tasks. Transform a simple potting station into the ultimate garden storage center with a few space-saving solutions. Adjustable shelving enables you to customize your space as needed. Here, staggered wire shelves corral pots, seeds, and fertilizers. A neat row of hooks beneath keeps garden tools within reach. Use magnetic message boards to organize garden tips and to-do lists