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10 Tricks For Organizing Your Kids' Craft Area

From homework assignments to after-school crafts, parents are constantly stocking up on supplies, and that includes crayons, paintbrushes, stickers, and glue sticks. But once you make all your crafty purchases, where do you put them? We have 10 easy solutions for storing and organizing all of your child's art supplies. Which one's your favorite?
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