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    Maybe you have all seen these before, but I was at Walgreens buying a thermometer and cold stuff and there by the thermometers was a stacking pill organizer and it would be awesome to store eyelets in

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    I have some of those I use, my husband takes lots of meds and when they add another and they all don't fit, I take the old one and use it for my eyelets. They work great and cheap too.

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    Something I use to store eyelets and confetti is baby food jars. You know those stage 1 jars they are tiny and you can fit a lot in them.

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    LOL, baby food jars have been used for everything over the years.
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    just a thought- What about old prescription bottles?

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    TIC TAC containers make great storage for eyelets- & they fit really nicely on a shelf like wee little books!


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    I was just finishing a bottle of Parmisisan (SP) cheese and it had 3 holes on top and thought I could pull ribbon through those holes...LOL. I may see if a ball of yarn will stuff in it and pull from the center. I don't have that much yarn...LOL.

    I keep a box of empty containers in case I need them...LOL

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    Originally posted by javamom:
    TIC TAC containers make great storage for eyelets- & they fit really nicely on a shelf like wee little books!
    Now that is a great idea!!!

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    Originally posted by tlc3plus:
    I was just finishing a bottle of Parmisisan (SP) cheese and it had 3 holes on top and thought I could pull ribbon through those holes...LOL. I may see if a ball of yarn will stuff in it and pull from the center. I don't have that much yarn...LOL.

    I keep a box of empty containers in case I need them...LOL

    Clarinda
    That's funny! Who wants to spend money on thing to organize when you have all kind of storage items in the frig!

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    I was at Walmart last week in the bead section and bought a 'bead organizer' for my brads and eyelets. It looks a lot like the case for matchbox cars or embroidery thread, but intead of dividers, has about 2 dozen little containers (that remind me of tic tac containers, but open from the side) inside. I can see through them at a glance to find what I need. It was less than $10.


 

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