Twine Holder

Hi, friends!!

I told you in my previous post I am decluttering my house, and today I found a plastic tube I have no idea where and when it came from. It is not too big and weightless, so perfect for what I was going to do with it.

This is my tube!! No need for a full tutorial, even a kid can do it.

How to make a twine holder out of a plastic tube for your craft room

The rope was quite long and I decided to fold it instead of cutting it so I can reuse it anytime, and then inserted it into the tube.

How to make a twine holder out of a plastic tube for your craft room

I placed some different twine and tied the rope to the metallic drawers.

How to make a twine holder out of a plastic tube for your craft room

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    • Pili says:

      I don’t find it especially cite but I must admit it is really helpful. The girls and I can share all the strings and twine and don’t get mad looking for them later

    • Pili says:

      Yes Keri, not too chic but really functional! Now the girls can use them at their don’t peace and I don’t fear not being able to find it later

  1. Katrin says:

    Clever idea Pili! I love organized and functional craft supplies, and especially twine and strings can get so messy! So with this no more mess!

  2. Laurie says:

    This is a wonderful idea to keep twine and ribbons organized! Thanks for sharing at Snickerdoodle Sunday Pili! Pinned and tweeted

    • Pili says:

      Hi Laurie! I have ribbons in another place, but this works great for our threads. Now if we need some we don’t have to worry about not finding it.

    • Pili says:

      That’s the point, upcycling what I have around here instead of throwing it away. Glad you like it too!!

    • Pili says:

      Thank you so much Beverly! I’m glad I found a use for it and we all can benefit of it.
      Enjoy your Sunday!

  3. Kristina & Millie says:

    brilliant and so easy to do! Love how you used something you found to make something you needed! Love the baskets and having the twine or ribbon cleaned up but still accessible is a bonus!

    • Pili says:

      That stuff was lying around here for so long and suddenly I had a light bulb moment, don’t you like when that happens??

  4. Laurie says:

    Pili, Popping over from Brag About It to thank you for linking up your wonderful projects with us! I hope you have a fantastic week!

  5. Julie says:

    I love this idea for organizing string and twine.
    Thanks for joining and sharing at Cooking and Crafting with J & J. We hope to see you again.

  6. Life Loving says:

    Great idea! I love how you can find a use for anything and nothing goes to waste. You are a true recycler and a friend to the environment.

    Sally @ Life Loving

    • Pili says:

      Thanks for your kind words, Sally. My parents used to call me junky for a long time but I prefer your definition ;). She now understands me lol

  7. AJ @ Aspen Jay says:

    Hi Pili!

    Look at you being so resourceful! 🙂 My twine is all over the place, so I may just have to find a random tube so I can make one of these too!

    Thanks for sharing this with everyone at #TalentedTuesday.

    Hope you are having a lovely day!

    • Pili says:

      Aww, you are so kind Holly. Thank you so much for stopping by and your kind words. Enjoy the rest of the week!

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