Using a 6-ft. cardboard cement form cut in half, I created two wrapping paper storage containers. I cut the cylinder in half and cut pieces of heavy cardboard for the base of each, attaching them with duct tape. Then I spray painted them to look presentable. — Peter Turner
You can purchase a concrete form similar to the one shown here for about $10—and get two wrapping paper storage containers out of it. That’s a steal compared to what you would pay for just one specialized wrapping paper storage container at another store!
Plus, the storage possibilities for concrete forms are vast. Think outside the home as well. They can be used to corral wood scraps in the workshop, long-handle yard tools in the shed and more.