What to do with Baby Wipe Boxes

I use old baby wipes boxes for many things. I store Jameson’s socks in one, in his dresser drawer, I also use them in the bathroom to store q-tips, cotton balls and other small products such as lotions, medicines, etc…and in the kitchen for Kool-aid packets!

I don’t really have steps for this project as it’s pretty self-explanatory.
I kept the boxes that didn’t have Winnie the Pooh on them, as is and covered the others with snowflake wrapping paper. I then stacked 2 rows of 3 on my shelves after filling them with things.

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Formula Can Turned Make-Up Brush Holder

This project is more so for the moms or daughters who need to store their make-up brushes. Although, it’s also a great way to store tooth brushes as well!!! Since I don’t have a category for this, I’ll be posting it here on the main page.

You can use any old can (formula, coffee, etc…) but since I have an infant, I have an over abundance of Similac cans.

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WHAT YOU’LL NEED:
A can
Wrapping paper or material
Scissors
Tape
Pebbles or beads

Step 1: Peel the Wrapper off of the can and rinse it out.

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Step 2:
Measure and Cut your wrapping paper or material.
For the Similac Alimentum cans I needed to use 4 6/16 inches x 21 1/2 inches of paper.

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Step 3: Line one end of the paper up with the can and tape it down then wrap the remainder around the entire thing.

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Step 4:
Use pebbles, stones or beads inside the can to help hold the brushes in place. I bought these for $2 at Wal*Mart.

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The Finished Product:

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