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    • Rosa Gray Pettit

      Crystal Light container pencil holder magnets. The Snippets Craft Boutique: Sharing My New Craft Storage

    • Amanda Rosati

      Made from Crystal Light containers with magnets - use to hold dry erase markers on white board. Good for craft storage in the office

    • gina keysor

      Made from Crystal Light containers with magnets - use to hold dry erase markers on white board! Or markers in craft room

    • Kathy Humphrey

      Craft Storage Handy Containers~ made from Crystal Light containers with magnets that are attached to a magnetic board.: Marker, pencil and tool storage was made by using Crystal Light and metal candy containers. I covered them with patterned paper and then added magnets to the back of them. My husband mounted two pieces of sheet metal that I purchased at a local craft store to hold them to the wall.

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