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  • Becky Scott

    Did you know that toilet paper rolls fit perfectly inside empty oatmeal canisters?! Just cover with scrapbooking paper & place in bathroom or powder room.

  • Lori Shinn

    Did you know that toilet paper rolls fit perfectly inside oatmeal cans?! Cover with scrapbooking paper and place in your bathroom! - I /just/ missed the empty oatmeal container, but that's okay, I bought 4 more {Quaker was 2/$5 at Safeway, so just $2.50 and the kids get oatmeal & I get cannisters} I was thinking I'd, at least, put the small bags of beans into cannisters to make them easier to store in the cupboard. ~Ariel

  • A L

    Large empty oatmeal canisters are just the right size to hold two rolls of toilet paper or plastic bags under the kitchen sink...great idea!

  • Judy Mathena-Fishell

    DIY: Toilet Paper Holder ~ with reusing large oatmeal containers. You can use oatmeal canisters for many great uses. Organizes your yarn, sewing notions, crafts items, coins, home/office supplies or any number of other items. In the kitchen you can store other dried goods, from rice to noodles, breadcrumbs and more. Decorated, use the container to make a nice holder for homemade baked goods, or decorate your container to your themed bathroom to hold 2 toilet paper rolls (they fit perfectly).

  • Lindy Ellsworth

    Large empty oatmeal canisters are just the right size to hold two rolls of toilet paper rolls - great idea!

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