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  • Jenna Rose

    Great idea - DIY Shoe Box Power strip organizer charging station.

  • Hayley Romanescu

    DIY- Shoe Box Charging Box Organizer - Cool idea as long as it doesn't catch on fire!

  • Amanda G. Whitaker

    Shoe box to hide cords

  • Remington Olson

    OMG this would help with my cords! I HATE cords! Definitely going to try this.. Just hoping the powerstrip doesn't get too hot in the box without the air circulation. #diy gifts #diy fashion #diy decorating ideas #handmade| http://decoratedcookies3018.blogspot.com

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