Tin cans are tiny containers just waiting to be put to organizational use. To recycle them into versatile storage, all you need is your imagination and a clean-edge can opener.
By Jennifer & Kitty O'NeilMore in Home Improvement
Corral the clutter in the kids' room with magnetic tin cans. Hot-glue heavy-duty magnets to 10 soup cans and stick them to a steel cookie sheet. Hang it within kids' reach using a plate hanger. Use the cups to hold crayons, chalk, markers and even small toys. Label the cans for easy cleanup.
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