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Add a collection of colorful and inexpensive pails from the dollar store to the top of a lazy susan and you've got a fun craft supply organizer for the top of your kids craft table.
Get some tin buckets from the Dollar Spot at Target and glue them down to a Lazy Susan. Supper craft room idea
Pottery Barn Knock-off of a kids' craft center--much less expensive than buying it at Pottery Barn. Excellent way to organize your art supplies.
Now that the holidays are over, are you ready to tame your clutter? Valerie at The Crafter's File Box made a designer-inspired lazy susan craft supply organizer for a fraction of the retail price. She was inspired by a similar item at Pottery Barn Kids, and made her own version with stuff from IKEA and Target's dollar spot. Such a cute idea for keeping craft supplies in one neat and organized place (I think my sons would probably use it as a projectile launcher, but that's another story). [how to make a lazy susan supply organizer] Project Estimate: Lazy susan, $1 and up Metal pails, $4 and up Spray paint, optional, on hand or $3 E-6000, on hand Total: $5 and up A note about supplies: Valerie got her Lazy Susan at IKEA for $7.99, but you can also check around for lazy susans at thrift stores, or maybe you have one on hand already. She got her pails at Target's dollar spot for 50% off. You can sometimes find similar pails at Dollar Tree, or small ones in the wedding section 3 for $1 (although they might be a bit small for this project). Using What You Have: Instead of buying buckets, you could reuse cans, Crystal Light containers, or other containers you already have on hand.
Kids craft organizer - would be especially good if these were superglued to the lazy susan!