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  • Diana Y.M. Lamon

    Organize Your Junk Drawer with Stuff You Already Have Around the House-- ice cube trays, tea cups, etc.

  • Angela Horneber

    Organize Your Junk Drawer with Stuff You Already Have Around the House (I love the icecube tray idea)

  • BrightNest

    Tips to organize your junk drawer! Ice cub tray = genius

  • junie12e

    Goodbye, Clutter: How to Reorganize Your Junk Drawer (with ice trays, tea cups, and freezer bags)

  • Jonny Sopotiuk

    Organized drawers are sexy. Organize Your Junk Drawer with Stuff You Already Have Around the House

  • Melody Yowell

    Upcycle an old ice cube tray as a junk drawer organizer! ....The black book of ideas #work #career #office #dream #love #passion #business #meeting www.morseandnobel.com

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Great tips on how to organize your junk drawer!

Dont have your fancy jewelry box on the road? pick up some cute inexpensive ice cube trays at your local store and use them to organize rings, small earrings, and bracelets that are able to fit

clever idea for organizing earrings! My mom use to do this! Very cost effective!

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Ice cube trays to hold and organize earrings and necklaces. Why have I never thought of this? :-/

De-Junk Your Junk Drawer Instead of being jammed in a kitchen drawer, household necessities like rubber bands, pencils, and glue are stacked in clear, labeled boxes of varying sizes (Zak! Designs canisters; Organize.com) inside a cabinet. Walsh's clear containers make it easy to see what needs replacing. Even better, their labels discourage the stashing of miscellany.