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Crafts & Activities | Babble

A $9.50 thrifted chest is transformed into a pretty place to store toys in the living room. For those dressers you see with missing or broken drawers. Awesome

Thrifty Thursday: Toy Chest | A Lovely Place To Land

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

12 Surprising Uses for Oatmeal

Turn a kitty litter bucket into a quick toy box. Make lots of them and decoupage an image of what belongs in the bucket and let the littlest of the kids sort their own toys without help from mom!

Upcycled Stuff: Kitty Litter Box Turned Quickie Toy Box

How to take logos off cat litter buckets for repurposing.

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I had to stock up on kitty litter and like to reuse the old buckets time and time again. Infact, an old bucket is great for housing the salt for the sidewalk.

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Margarita Cupcakes, these are awesome had at my neices wedding...

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Convert a dresser into a wardrobe closet for dress up clothes.

When life gives you... The Lemons: J's bedroom reveal

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How to decoupage a tiny tin

Clever idea: reuse an old Altoids container by revamping it with paper, Mod Podge and Dimensional Magic.

How to decoupage a tiny tin - Mod Podge Rocks

Store crayons for the diaper bag in the travel wipe containers - great reuse idea!

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reuse and easy!

DIY- Storage | Ology

Painted Popcorn Tin becomes storage for dog food....

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Wrap 3 cereal boxes together.

Classroom Craft Ideas | Create | Spoonful

So here's my next Pintrest inspiration... again, I am not good at this crafty stuff...but It's an old container that the (fresh) cat litter came in. Spray painted, and cut out letters and Legos out of foam to give the kids someplace to keep all those damned Legos!

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toy storage using cat litter containers

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Recycle cleaned kitty litter containers into cat beds!

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Turn cat litter containers into tidy magazine holders. Cut off the label, cut off the top and wash. Purrfect bin for just about anything!

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