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how to make your own diy garage storage cabinets shelves - - Sugar Bee Crafts

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A garment bag will keep your wrapping paper neat through the chaotic holidays.

51 Game-Changing Storage Solutions That Will Expand Your Horizons

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Magnetic Strips Can Hold Tools - 49 Brilliant Garage Organization Tips, Ideas and DIY Projects

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handy way to organize fabric beautifully

Filing Fabric & A Fabric Organization Round-Up

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Tension Rods to support pans

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organized all short boards by turning an inexpensive 6-ft. stepladder (about $30 at a home center) into a lumber rack. Now every board is easy to see and reach.

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Make all that under-the-sink space work for you with the help of Command hooks and a little basket. For those little things that have nowhere else to live.

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Make the most of your cabinet space with rolling shelves.

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Great idea! And they come in larger sizes now too...usually at Dollar stores. So many possibilities!

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Closet storage! (flip flops totally don't need to take up space on shoe racks.)

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Hidden Hair Dryer Storage

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Shower Rod against wall with wire hanging baskets for tub/shower storage! Way better than the suction cups!

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Glue rope to used coffee cans / DIY

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Duct tape is easier than spray paint and makes it more durable.

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Smart way to keep track of all of those small packages of pantry items... they are just little sink caddies, held on to the wall by self-adhesive velcro dots.

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Use towel racks on the inside of cabinet doors to hold your pot lids!!

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PVC pipe hair dryer and flat iron holder... ugly, but a good idea!

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Hate the messy look of curling irons lying on the vanity or the toilet tank? Here’s a tip for you. Use hook-and-loop tape to attach 5-in. lengths of 2-in. diameter PVC pipe to the vanity door to hold the curling irons. Do the same thing with 3-in. pieces of 1-1/2-in. diameter pipe to hold the cords. Just measure your curling irons to see how long your “holsters” need to be. Let your curling irons cool before you stow them away.

DIY Bathroom Storage

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makeup magnet board - brilliant!

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Overhaul your linen cupboard – store bedlinen sets inside one of their own pillowcases and there will be no more hunting through piles for a match.

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Keep your Christmas ornaments safe.

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a good way to organize your dies

I organized my Nestabilities!

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Storage for ribbons

Kreative Jewels: Creative Chat - Ribbon

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straw holder for paint brushes

Tinkering Around

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garage storage cart woodworking plan

Garage Storage Cart Woodworking Plan - Take a Closer Look

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