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    LOVE this idea of filing! LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!

    • Melanie Gomez

      I love this idea of using an old dish rack to organize file folders and pencils. Maybe a Paper rack for the Craft room?

    • Gena McCown

      Inexpensive and bright, use a dish drying rack as a file folder organizer and the utensil cup is perfect for pens, pencils and scissors.

    • Chris Price

      Such a simple file folder organizer. A wire dish drainer. Don't personally care about the file folder decor, but I love the dish rack. And just think. They come in colors!

    • Roz Barrick

      Use a colorful dish drainer to hold file folders. Use the utensil cup to hold pencils. This is genius. @Dani Resetar- Cheap Mops Craft Idea

    • Mary Russell

      use a dish drainer as a desk organizer. File folders sit like plates while pens/pencils go in the silverware holder

    • Heather Brackett

      Use a dish rack to organize file folders! For the file folder games I need to make at some point

    • Vicki McGee

      A dish drainer as a file folder holder- clever idea!

    • Lacey Morehead

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    I'm really liking the idea of using dish drying racks to store files! This would be great for file folder games!

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