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    • Tina McIntosh

      Made from a 6 pack with paint & scrapbook paper..... great idea

    • Kathy

      Paper craft / Repurpose - Turn an old six pack container into a tool or remote caddy. Cute idea!

    • Nicole Cote

      Paper craft / Repurpose - Turn an old six pack container into a tool or remote caddy. I've gotta do this for my art supplies!

    • Lindsey Carvel

      Paper craft / Repurpose - Turn an old six pack container into a tool or remote caddy. ~I may use for kids craft supplies?

    • Becky Turner

      Turn an old six pack container into a tool or remote caddy. I made one with torn pieces of scrapbook paper. Super easy!

    • Juliana Poelman

      DIY Beer Six Pack into a Caddy. Craft Supply or Make Up Brushes Storage!

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