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« on: July 25, 2012 12:10:47 PM »

I have about 8-10 of these empty containers begging for a project. They are perfect for storing something, except I have nothing that needs to be stored. Any ideas I may have overlooked? Or another fabulous crafty idea??

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« Reply #1 on: July 25, 2012 01:44:10 PM »

Do you knit? With a little hole they'd make a good yarn ball holder.

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« Reply #2 on: April 28, 2013 02:37:55 PM »

One idea could be to turn them into compost catchers and miniature worm farms for indoor use! Something like these but on a smaller scale for those without all the extra space.

Compost Bucket - http://www.diynatural.com/kitchen-compost-bucket-diy-easy-and-frugal/

Worm Farm - http://www.diynatural.com/vermicomposting-worm-farm-diy-easy-and-frugal/

I would love to make these but don't have to space for those big sized totes, so those containers would be perfect in my opinion.  Wink HTH

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« Reply #3 on: July 24, 2013 09:23:15 AM »

They look like they would be a good size for a little girl's purse---kind of along the lines of the "quiet" doll purses that were popular a while back- made from the bottom of a dish liquid bottle.  Could you clean off the stickers and add some kind of handle? Then a little dolly and a blanket would copmplete the set.

Portable game parts storage? I am thinking they would hold a good number of legos for a road trip. Or a few matchbox cars.  Or a craft kit for a kid--throw in misc. art supplies/recyclables and some glue--just add creativity for a fun crafty gift.

Store puzzles?

Organization tool--like cotton balls, q-tips, small soaps in the bathroom.  Pompoms, ribbons etc. in craft area. 

A good catchall size for fabric scraps or threads in sewing area.  How about a dresser-top bin for pocket stuff at the end of the day?

Paper mache over them (inverted) to make toadstool tops.  Fairy houses?

Would be great for swapping....
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