4. Store Cupcake Liners In Mason Jar
How cute and fun do these cupcake liners look on display in this mason jar? This is a great storage solution because it is really easy to see all your cupcake liners at once. This car could easily be kept in your pantry for a fun little surprise when you open the door, or you could keep it out on a shelf to add some color and vivacity to your kitchen.
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5. Store Wrapping Paper In Patterned Baskets
How to easily store wrapping paper is always a problem in many people’s homes. You want to be able to see it and access it easily, but you don’t want it to get messy or look ugly. Well, in order to solve both these problems you can store it in a basket like this one. It’s so gorgeous that it almost acts as a decorative accessory to the room.
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6. Store Pens In Decorative Magnetized Containers
If you find yourself with some old containers from tea, medicine, or candy, save them and add a magnet to the back of them. This way you can put them on your refrigerator and store pens and pencils in them. It’s a clever storage solution that’s not only functional but fun and unique as well.
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