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It's always a good time to get organized and what better way than with recycled tin cans, scraps of fabric and a Lazy Susan!
Collect or gather 8 or so small to medium size tin cans and 1 large coffee can.
Measure the height and circumference of all the outer cans and cut coordinating fabric to these dimensions. Next, slather a coat of Mod Podge to the outside and wrap and adhere the fabric to the cans.
Paint the coffee tin white.
Arrange the small cans around the coffee can (looks super cute like this, but I knew I needed to have the cans up off the ground).
Mark the inside of the coffee can, where you want the small cans to hang.
Using an awl and a hammer, punch 2 holes in the smaller cans, close to the top rim.
And then punch the marked holes in the coffee tin.
And with pliers, twist the wire on the inside to secure the small cans.
And ... you're done.
Fill the cans with your crafting suplies and then place the tin cans on a Lazy Susan so that you can spin the supplies around without reaching over the larger items that might be sticking up!