organize cords using toilet paper rolls!

DIY self-disinfecting toilet brush

Organize & Decorate Everything: Organize Your Cords

Magic Eraser uses... did you know you can cut a piece off and float it in your toilet overnight and voila! no more toilet ring! The website has a list of about 100 uses!

Idea Only - The leftover cardboard toilet tissue tube does work well to corral those pesky extension cords. I split them down the side and keep them closed with rubber bands. I also use a Sharpie to mark on the tube the length, and any special use for that cord. This works really well to organize all of the Christmas cords and lights. YS

Desk Organization.

Cut a slit in your empty toilet paper rolls and slip them over rolls of wrapping paper to keep everything nice and neat. You can use a piece of tape to make it smaller for thinner rolls, and it keeps the paper from getting all messed up!

Reuse jars as storage

toilet roll tubes used as gift wrap holders!

How to Organize and Hide Your Hanging Computer Cables Under Your Desk: "An inexpensive and great way to keep computer cables organized is to use squeeze-type paper clips, also known as binder or bulldog clips. These are the black clips ( do come in different colors) with two chrome wire handles that you squeeze and open, to put over a large pile of paper. They're absolutely perfect as cord tidies."

Save space in your wallet & organize all your gift & store rebate cards by putting a hole punch through them and adding them to a key ring.

A cuff from a discarded dress or shirt! Brilliant!

Organization: I use a hair dryer every single day, but hate leaving it on the counter or rolling it up sloppily under the sink.

Binder Clips: A perfect inexpensive use

toilet paper rolls!

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Take the top and bottom off of 2 cans, mod-podge on some cute scrap book paper and attach them to a bathroom cabinet.

Wrap 3 cereal boxes together. Great idea for storing paper... LOVE THIS IDEA!