Last Day to Enter Our Contest!

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All of us know what a paper towel holder is used for, right? Holding paper towels, of course. But did you know it can also be used to hold spools of ribbon? Or that a cereal dispenser makes a great bird seed dispenser? Bet you didn’t!

That’s what our first contest is all about. Theme: Some unlikely uses for everyday common items.

Do you have something in your home that was meant for one purpose, but you use it for something different and creative? Leave a comment on this post and let us know!

If you don’t have anything like that around your house, take a look at our store, find an item that you could use for something other than its intended purpose and leave us a comment with the item number and what you would use it for.

Four lucky winners will be chosen to receive:

1) $100 Stacks and Stacks Gift Certificate

2) Four Cubby Storage Unit from Ameriwood

3) Shower Caddy from Interdesign

4) Hanging Canvas Sweater Bag from Whitney

This contest will run for two weeks. You have until Friday October 19th at 5 pm Pacific Standard Time. Winners will be posted on Monday the 22nd at 8 am PST. We can’t wait to see how creative you are!

51 thoughts on “Last Day to Enter Our Contest!

  • March 28 2008 at 8:07 pm
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    I love Lazy Susan's! I have 2 under my kitchen sink which hold those under the sink items we want to be able to access quickly and easily. The items I use weekly ( dish soap, various cleaning products) I keep on the front one. Items I use occasionally on the one in the back. Just spin and the item is easy to access. I also have medication on one in a high cabinet up out of children's reach. Again, spin and there it is!

    I use a cute, sturdy, deep wicker basket for my cleaning supplies that I carry around the house with me.

    I use a cute deep enough flower pot on the dryer for lint scraps and dump once a week.

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