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25 Totally Clever Storage Tips and Tricks For The New Year

These 25 storage tips and tricks will get the ball rolling with clever tricks like using a walnut to get rid of scratches or storing bedding inside a pillowcase. Get 25 new totally clever storage tips and tricks.
  • Leonie Nijmeijer

    Magnets on the bottoms of plastic cups, inside muffin tins. Storage for kids craft supplies.

  • Melissa Bitter

    Muffin tin with plastic cups for an art supply caddy. Put magnets in the bottom of the cups to keep them from tipping. Excellent idea, especially for little hands and holiday crafts!

  • DeeDee Symington

    This is a great storage idea for kid's craft supplies... magnets at the bottom of the cups hold them firmly on the muffin pan. Genius!

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