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  • Mariko Fujii

    Nice idea for bathroom storage ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Tomato paste cans, some fancy paper and Mod Podge (or colourful contact paper), and some 3M Command Strips and you've got yourself a smart storage solution.

  • Nicole Sonnier

    Tin Can Brush Holders (Take the top and bottom off of 2 cans. Mod Podge on some cute scrap book paper and attach them to a bathroom cabinet.)

  • Camille

    Brush holders to pit on inside of cabinet doors made out of tin cans. What a great idea!

  • Jordan Ferrell

    Brush holders made out of tin cans. Bathroom organization

  • Stephanie Mateer

    Bathroom Organization-Hair Styling Tools - The Frugal Female Brush Holders made out of tin cans wrapped in contact paper!!

  • Cammie Jordan

    Brush Holders Out of tin cans & duct tape or scrapbook paper

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