Keep track of your bobby pins with an upcycled Tic Tac container.
Corral your bobby pins Corral your bobby pins No more pawing around the bottom of your purse or gym bag: An empty Tic Tac case is the perfect size for keeping them in one blessed place. Read more: Organizing Ideas - Home Organization Ideas - Redbook
I had bobby pins all over the house, until I saw this great storage tip--a Tic Tac container! Glued a magnet to the back and stuck it to the inside of my medicine cabinet in the bathroom!
Fill a Tic-Tac box with bobby pins and throw it in your purse. | 17 Ways To Never Have A Bad Hair Day Again
Tic Tac Hack: DIY Bobby Pin Holder - I don't use bobby pins but other family members do. Bright idea!
Darlene's Stampin Up Idea: Use large Holiday Tic Tac Container for special treat. Cardstock only glued on back of container. Don't forget to punch hole in bottom of snowman.
**EASY Upcycle DIY: Make Your Own Bobby Pin Keeper** Here is a 5 minute or less EASY Upcycle DIY project- Make Your Own Bobby Pin Keeper. All you need is an empty tic tac container and a little washi tape. (I found the cute bird print washi tape at The Dollar Tree….so you can totally get it on the cheap.) #upcycle #DIY
I took the label off of a tic-tack box and pit my bobby pins in it.
Altoid Tin Ideas 1. Purse-sized first aid kit. 2. Tooth tin for the tooth fairy 3. Purse-sized sewing kit 4. Earphone container 5. Change purse 6. Crayon container 7. Carry your sweetner of choice 8. Carry your pins (hair pins, safety pins, etc.) 9. Decorate them for party favors (filled with candy or lipgloss, etc) 10. Emergency candles or decorative
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23 Life Hacks Every Girl Should Know - Keep Hair Pins in a Tic Tac Container - Life Hacks and Creative Ideas
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DIY Tic Tac Bobby Pin Case | 23 Life Hacks Every Girl Should Know | Easy Organization Ideas for Bedrooms
Take 2 elastic bands and separate the hair into 2 ponytails, one above the other, in the back of your head. Once the ponytails are secured, take sections of each ponytail and, starting at the ends, roll them toward the head, pinning them in place with bobby pins. Roll the top ponytail first, then the bottom, leaving pieces closest to the middle for last.
tic-tac case for boobypin holder! would be great for putting in my purse & traveling!