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  • amelia g

    Paint Cans Turned Organizer Create this cool organizer to store your art and craft supplies. Cover quart paint cans with scrapbooking, wallpaper, or wrapping paper scraps. Use double-stick tape or spray adhesive to secure the paper to the cans. To make a display, stack the cans on their sides and glue them together. Use the same idea with gallon cans to store larger items. Good for kids

  • The Learning Lamp

    Check out this #DIY storage idea for your kid's messy desk.

  • lisa schell

    easy DIY organization project: cover old tin cans with pretty paper to create desk organizers

  • Billie Dicker

    Paint Cans Turned Organizer (could also use formula cans) used soup cans for my desk 4/8/13

  • Alessandra Cadore

    Here's a great DIY idea for turning old paint cans into desk and/or craft organizers.

  • Susie

    Paint Cans Turned Organizer Create this cool organizer to store your art and craft supplies. Cover quart paint cans with scrapbooking, wallpaper, or wrapping paper scraps. Use double-stick tape or spray adhesive to secure the paper to the cans. To make a display, stack the cans on their sides and glue them together. Use the same idea with gallon cans to store larger items. clever, nice way to organize the desk!

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