Cool Cord Organizer

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That's So Cool!
Series #4 
A quick and simple organizing project.


Does your charger drawer look like this?


Then try this...
Wrap 1/2 a cardboard tube in pretty paper or burlap, use clothespins to secure until the glue dries.
You might want to leave it full size for longer cords...


And that's it!


Instantly a neater charger drawer!
Very Quick, Easy & Cool! 
Susan

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8 comments

  1. A great storage idea, and so pretty too,. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Awesome idea! My cords do look like that, LOL. This is a project that I could have my 10 yr old help me with, to keep him occupied. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. this is so cute and innovative. you should submit to quirky.com - if you win they will have your product made and you can share in the profits!
    xo, shari

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  4. That's a great idea. I just organized a bunch of them and put them in plastic bags. I'll try this next time.

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  5. Keeping it simple...Love the organization idea, would have never thought of that!! Enjoying your site!! Looking forward to reading more from you!!

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  6. hiya susan , wow what a great idea , and not only for phone wires , tfs
    xmaggiex

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  7. This is a quick and easy project! I love it! I literally have BOXES of cords that I would like to do this with. I wonder how fast I can go through rolls of toilet paper? ;)

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