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What Works For Me: Organizing Coloring Books - My favorite new coloring book organizer is a cheap dish rack. Pick your favorite books out of the pile and put them in the rack. Anything that doesn't fit in the rack goes in the round file (when I worked at the law firm, this is what we called the trash can). Use the utensil cup for crayons and scissors. [Pretty darned brilliant! -UDG]

Crayon and coloring book travel case featured at the blog "seven thirty three." (Unsure why, but if you click to follow the link, up pops a Pinterest warning about the page being reported for spam. I didn't see anything spammy on the blog, just lots of cute craft and party ideas.)

Ermagersh! How simply cute is this?!Organize coloring books using a dish drying rack! On it, Sunny!

Bubble Refill Container and bubble recipe :) great summer idea! This rocks!!

Now I've gotta track one of these down at the thrift store (or off the side of the road) because I don't want to pay $7.97 at Walmart. Yes, I'm that cheap!

All you need is milk, food coloring and dish soap. So cool! Art project

Repurposed metal bed springs used as craft room / jewelry organizer. Perfect!

Great idea, always see faded icky kids' tables at garage sales, how to clean one up.

Coloring Rubric- Brilliant! Great for kindergarten! But some will still color people green! ;)

How to make your own coloring book using family photos! I think my girls would have a blast with this and this would be a cute Christmas/birthday gift for my nieces and nephews!