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  • Cora Holst

    Money-Saving Design Ideas for Kids' Rooms : Save old soup cans and transform them into a clever organizational system. Store art supplies, like colored pencils, rubber stamps and markers, for easy access.

  • Candice Worsham-Piersall

    Good idea for kids room. Hot glue gun magnets to painted soup cans; display on a steel cookie sheet.

  • Ashley McMillan

    Clutter Cups: Corral the clutter in the kids' room with magnetic tin cans. Hot-glue heavy-duty magnets to 10 soup cans and stick them to a steel cookie sheet. Hang it within kids' reach using a plate hanger. Use the cups to hold crayons, chalk, markers and even small toys. Label the cans for easy clean-up and identification. Mayber craft supplies, too?

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