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January 27, 2011

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Tracy Schultz

Cynthia you are sooo smart! I love this project and will make one for myself. Thanks for the inspiration!
:) Tracy

stephanie

Love it! Perfect for my small art table. Thanks for sharing.

Cathy

Great idea, love it.

jean

well, that is simply genius!!! thank you soooo much for sharing your wonderful idea!

Immi

L.O.V.E.

Ginger

I Have to make this!

Noah's Nest

Would be super handy when you are working with others at the crafting table. We always craft together at the dining room table. This caddy would certainly simplify all the "Would you please pass the...." that normally takes place. Great idea!

Karen

What a great idea.. I am also going to have to make one...

Lori

I'm always saving soup cans, etc. to make things like this also! I wrap mine with scrapbook papers or - even wallpaper! Just a suggestion though - put all of the 'seam' sides of the smaller cans against the larger can to hide them - it looks a lot neater that way!

rossane kasem

that is so clever..luv it

Julie Alberti

Where do you get the lazy susan?

Hani Shabbir

That is an excellent tin can organizer.. I love it! and I admit i have to make one like this for myself.. Genius idea.. I have included it as a feature in one of my posts i.e tin cans organizers.. come check it out and if you like you can grab the featured button..
Thanks and I appreciate it!
Love
Hani
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Abby

Love this! Very cute and practical. I love your blog!

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sarah

looks like you did this a while ago...but i wanted to let you know about a craft/scrapbooking tool called "Crop-a-dile". it is from a company called We R Memory Keepers. and it will punch those holes through tin can with an awl and hammer. just a hole punch. it's amazing!

Ruby Taylor

fantastic idea...tfs!!!

kerri smith

OMG! How clever you are! what a great space and money saver! Just need to get some tins!!!
I cant wait to make one myself!
Thanks so much for sharing!!!
kerri x

orit

can you please tell us why you used the gesso?
thanks, orit

Mitari Enteh

Lovely! Thanks for the tutorial :D

mtbluestocking

Thank you! So great.

Janique from Switzerland

thank you, it's a veryyyyyy good idea !!

sue morris

Totally awesome!! I love it!! Thank you for sharing your crafty secrets. :)

Dara Singleton

Your A Genius! Love this so much~!

Eleftheria

wow!!! how amazing!!!!! thank you for sharing!!!!!! will try that for sure!!!!

Zeffy

So clever I love the way the outer tins are higher up so that you can utilise the space on the lazy susan...well done!!

Marilyn

This idea could also be used with tuna cans when doing projects with confetti..to keep different confetti's seperated.

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