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DIY Coin Holder

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If you are like me and have a ton of change then you definitely need this! Coins add up fast and those little piggy banks don't hold enough. So I created my own coin bank using a Tide Pods container. It's super sturdy and holds lots and lots of coins!
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Total Time: 1 day

Yield: 1

Supplies:

Steps:

  1. Spray the top 3/4 of the Tide container with spray paint
  2. Flip over and coat all of the top 3/4 evenly with as many coats of paint needed.
  3. Once fully dry. Spray paint the bottom 1/4 with your 2nd color of paint using sweeping motions to get a good ombré effect
  4. Continue using your second color until the whole 1/4 is colored and dry.
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  6. Touch up any paint.
  7. Fill your container with coins or anything else that needs to be stored!

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January 22, 20180 found this helpful

Great way to reuse the container. I have this container also.

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January 24, 20180 found this helpful

Super idea and the photos really help. Thanks for sharing!!

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February 4, 20180 found this helpful

I use a long cardboard tube. Fits behind bedroom door is hidden and holds hundreds of dollars in coins.

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