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  • Jaimi Sparks

    diy milk crate "chairs" + storage! Cute idea to put at the bottom of Abbie's bed

  • Shelee McCorkle

    Directions for making cushions for milk crate seats. I used these for small group seating in my classroom and kids loved them. I just covered with regular seat cushions though

  • Newworldmom - Darla Halyk

    Milk Crate Seats - love this idea for kids rooms

  • cindy Virapin

    a day in the life of miss kranz: summer time and the livin' is easy. aka too many DIY projects later...

  • Jeni Walton

    Storage seat - great idea to putsome toys in and a seat all in one for the grandboys!!!!

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- Milk crates zip-tied together on their sides so that a bench seat fits on top and $7 red crates from Lowe's can slide inside them. Very clever lady!

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