Get all of those little items sorted and organized once and for all with these ice cube tray organization hacks and solutions.
I’ve been doing a little bit of crafting with sequins, but am not ready to commit to a sequin/bead organization box or system. So, in the meantime, I have an inexpensive solution from Walmart: ice cube trays.
Ice cube tray hacks you’ll wish you had seen sooner!
I placed the ice cube tray in a plastic shoe box with a lid. Just don’t drop the plastic box… There is nothing more tedious than sorting through small beads and sequins!
Related: Did you know that you can buy ice cube trays from the dollar store? Check out these other GENIUS Dollar Store Organizing Hacks and Solutions!
Here are some other GENIUS organizing solutions that use ice cube trays:
Keep your smaller jewelry items separated and organized in an ice cube tray. Source: craft-o-mania
Screws & Nails – Manage loose screws and smaller hardware items in an ice cube tray. Source: Better Homes & Gardens
If your kids are into the Shopkins craze (or you have other tiny toys or figurines to keep on display and organized), mount a few ice cube trays to the wall. Source: The Grant Girl
Sort your junk drawer or miscellaneous office supplies with an ice cube tray. Source: Bob Villa
This one is for all of my quilting and sewing friends – use an ice cube tray to keep your bobbins sorted and untangled. Source: Brit + Co
Don’t forget to PIN these ideas for later:
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