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Sew Organized Recycled Tic Tac Containers to Yarn Containers

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Happy Tuesday to you!  Thank you for joining me again for this week’s Sew Organized Craft Room feature!  Today I’m featuring another yarn, twine, or embroidery thread holder in a tic tac container.

atictac yarn container Sew Organized Recycled Tic Tac Containers to Yarn Containers

Remember these?  We used to eat them like candy growing up.  Now, they’ve come out with a larger container that’s perfect for storing things in.

Tic Tac Yarn Holders at sewlicioushomedecor Sew Organized Recycled Tic Tac Containers to Yarn Containers

Like yarn, twine, or embroidery thread.  I love the containers, see how the top flips open?

tictac flip top container Sew Organized Recycled Tic Tac Containers to Yarn Containers

I can already hear the wheels in your head turning with all the endless ideas you can do with these containers!

Yarn container at sewlicioushomedecor.com  Sew Organized Recycled Tic Tac Containers to Yarn Containers

After you fill it with your yarn, just close the top!

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Want to see more yarn containers?

McDonald’s I’m lov’in it! Yarn Holders

Fun McDonalds Im lovin it Use plastic cups for yarn holders at sewlicioushomedecor Sew Organized Recycled Tic Tac Containers to Yarn Containers

Did you see these Toilet Paper Roll Yarn Holders in the background?

DIY Toilet Paper Roll Yarn Holders Sew Organized Recycled Tic Tac Containers to Yarn Containers

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  1. Great idea Marti! I don’t have a lot of yarn but what I do have would fit perfectly!
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  2. Awesome idea! This is such a great way to keep yarn from getting tangled. I love that these are all from recycled materials.
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  3. You always have the smartest ideas! Love it!
    Christine recently posted…Delicious Spaghetti Dish with a Creamy Melt – #MemorableMeltsMy Profile

  4. Great idea! Pinning!
    Amberly Steele recently posted…Handmade Vintage ChestMy Profile

  5. Hey it’s Deonna from the Child at Heart blog. I LOVE this and would love for you to link up at our link party this week! I also have a super great spring necklace to give away so come on over :)
    http://www.thechildatheartblog.com/2014/04/link-party-with-morganize-with-me.html

  6. What a great idea!! I love it when you can recycle items without a lot of effort and solve an issue.
    Thanks for sharing your yarn storage idea with us at Project Inspire{d}!
    Diane | An Extraordinary Day recently posted…Rustic Burlap Easter Egg Wreath | Project Inspire{d} Week 61 Link Party and FeaturesMy Profile

  7. Great ideas.
    Debi
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  8. Marti – it’s brilliant!!
    Sewing or knitting and feeling like having coffee or ice-cream :)
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  9. Great ideas! Thank you for taking the time to stop by and comment on my Rosette Lampshade! ~Kelly

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  10. Marti, looks like I need to be doing this with my straggly scans of yarn. What great ideas!
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  1. […] Isn’t this a nifty idea? Re-use and upcycle old tic tac containers into thread containers. To see the tutorial go here. […]

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  3. […] you all the ways you can store yarn, like in the McDonalds cups, on a toilet paper roll, and in a tic tac container , but did you ever think you could use yarn for […]

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