Muffin tin odds and ends holder - good for crafts and tools: Use muffin tins made from heavier gauge metal. Drill and countersink a 1/4-in. hole in the shelf top, so the top of the screw is flush with the shelf. Place 1/4-in. fender washers above and below the rim of the muffin tin. Tighten two nuts against each other on the underside so the threads won’t loosen. Storage Solutions, Work Benches, Workshop Storage, Crafts Rooms, Muffins Pan, The Families Handyman, Garage Organizations, Muffins Tins, Great Ideas
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Ok, so these are on sale on Etsy for anywhere from $15-$45. Ridiculous! But super duper easy to make. I made my own from scrap fabric costing me ... $0!!!!! It is great to have and I love it (so a 5 for that) but it also got a 5 because of the price!
Beautiful idea but $32 on etsy + $10 s/h. I know that I can make this for about 2-3 bucks with a piece of barn wood, leftover kids blocks and some hooks. I don't care that much for the black blocks think that I would distress them in their natural colors
.Hanging by Susanne Hare Thin pieces of tin, aluminum, brass, in various pale colours, but the overall effect is light silver. Each rod is handmade. I've loved this thing since I was a kid - it hung outside, under cover on my parents' deck. Everything about it, the dimensions, shape of the drops, is perfect.