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  • Karen Atkinson

    How to hide emergency money. Take your empty chap stick container and pop off the bottom taking all the insides out and then glue the bottom back on. Perfect for some extra cash at the beach or in the car.**cute gift idea for teens

  • Carolyn Davenport

    THIS PIN is actually a tip on HIDING MONEY for TRAVEL! Yet, i think, it would be a GREAT WAY to GIFT MONEY in a stocking or in a GIFT BASKET, etc! (Just make sure the recipient actually sees the cash so, they don't lose it or throw it in a drawer!) lol How to hide emergency money. Take your empty chap stick container and pop off the bottom taking all the insides out and then glue the bottom back on. Perfect for some extra cash at the beach. Smart :)

  • Susan Freeman

    Great hiding place! How to hide emergency money. Take your empty chap stick container and pop off the bottom taking all the insides out and then glue the bottom back on. Perfect for some extra cash! Or even at the pool!

  • Trish W

    How to hide emergency money: Take your empty lip balm container and pop off the bottom. Take all of the insides out and then clean out the tube. Glue the bottom back on. Also great for storing cash when you're on vacation or at the beach.

  • Michael Harding

    Really good idea. If you're traveling, hide emergency money in a Chapstick tube. | 37 Essential Life Hacks Every Human Should Know

  • Echo Brittny

    21. If You're Traveling, Hide Emergency Money in a Chapstick Container. | 37 Essential Lifehacks Every Human Should Know

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