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  • Jaci Dean

    Craft room storage idea: She used two shelves from one of those wire shelving units and zip tied empty thread spools in all four corners and the middle.

  • Earth Mom

    Craft room paint storage genius! She used two shelves from one of those wire shelving units and zip tied empty thread spools in all four corners and the middle.

  • Danielle Smith

    DIY: Craft paint issue solved. She used two shelves from one of those wire shelving units and zip tied empty thread spools in all four corners and the middle.

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