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Reusing a Wicker Tissue Box

I have had this for a while. But, because most of the boxes of tissues I get at the dollar stores are about 1/2 inch taller, this looks silly. So, today I flipped it over and put a piece of cardboard in the "bottom" and showed how to use it for storing lots of things.

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Yarn, craft supplies, office supplies, food and so much more. Just some of the things I can think of are fat quarters, organizing tools, small items in the car console and the list goes on!

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March 13, 20191 found this helpful

I have a thing about saving boxes (ask the hubby..LOL!). Every so often, we buy ramen by the 12-pack. I save those boxes and use them to organize my large bathroom cabinet. Easier to find stuff this way.

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March 13, 20190 found this helpful

I love those, too. Another good one is the boxes from Velveta cheese (if they still have the good solid box on the bottom). We used to get commodity cheese and those 5 lb bricks came in the best boxes. I used to use them for stationary on my desk, esp' the long envelopes. I still love free shoe boxes as you can put what is inside on the long side or the end and see them from either angle!!

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