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  • JohnnieSue Elliott

    Now that the holidays are over, are you ready to tame your clutter? Valerie at The Crafter's File Box made a designer-inspired lazy susan craft supply organizer for a fraction of the retail price. She was inspired by a similar item at Pottery Barn Kids, and made her own version with stuff from IKEA and Target's dollar spot. Such a cute idea for keeping craft supplies in one neat and organized place (I think my sons would probably use it as a projectile launcher, but that's another story). [how to make a lazy susan supply organizer] Project Estimate: Lazy susan, $1 and up Metal pails, $4 and up Spray paint, optional, on hand or $3 E-6000, on hand Total: $5 and up A note about supplies: Valerie got her Lazy Susan at IKEA for $7.99, but you can also check around for lazy susans at thrift stores, or maybe you have one on hand already. She got her pails at Target's dollar spot for 50% off. You can sometimes find similar pails at Dollar Tree, or small ones in the wedding section 3 for $1 (although they might be a bit small for this project). Using What You Have: Instead of buying buckets, you could reuse cans, Crystal Light containers, or other containers you already have on hand.

  • Angela Corona

    Get some tin buckets from the Dollar Spot at Target and glue them down to a Lazy Susan. Classroom art supply organization.

  • Angela McDorman

    19 Ways to Organize Your Craft Room - love this lazy susan idea.

  • Debbie Olson

    DIY PB knockoff ~ lazy susan organizer just perfect for kids' craft supplies

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