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  • Melanie Reed Lehrer

    Scissor stand repurposed from a mug rack and other craft storage ideas!

  • Leanne Steinthal

    Cool! Coffee mug holder for scissors. Great idea for scraproom.- or the art room... I also like the cupcake stand for small things!

  • Elletts in Africa

    Another great site for clever craft room storage ideas! scissors hung on a mug holder

  • Connie Herrick

    storage ideas for your craft room - coffee mug stand holds scissors too

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