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  • Kara Vehar

    charging station made from a plastic bottle, I could use this. I lose my phone charger all the time.

  • Laura Parrish

    Hanging Phone Charger Is your cell phone charging station a disorganized mess? Ashley from Make It & Love It has a brilliant solution: Turn a bottle of baby lotion into a cell phone holder that hangs from the charger. Now, everything’s in one place—and it’s way chicer than a jumble of cables.

  • Tian Harrison

    How to make your own phone charger holder from a baby shampoo container - kinda genius!

  • Kimberly Totman Sampson

    Turn an old bottle into a cord holder pictures diy craft storage crafts do it yourself crafty life hacks life hack hacks cords

  • Meagan Waters

    An Upcycled Plastic Bottle Charging Station. super cool idea

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