milk crates

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  1. SunnyReader

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    where are the cheapest milk crates?---preferably in cute colors.
     
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    walmart normally has them, but this year the colors changed and they aren't as pretty as other years, but they are still nice. THey also have some new ones that are for papers like to drop papers in, if you have a Big Lots near by though they had those like .50 cheaper. Check online so you don't have to go waste gas, it at least gives you an idea...hope you find them. They also stack up, which is awesome!!
     
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    I cant find them online.
     
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    I found pink, blue, and green one's at Walmart for $3 each.
     
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    I saw them at WalMart yesterday for $3. I bought mine at Big Lots- same price.
     
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    What do you use milk crates for?
     
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    I bought 6 milk crates from Walmart last year. I tied 3 together horizontally and then velcored them to the top of a 4 foot bookcase. I then velcored 3 more crates on top of the first 3. I used them as places to keep art supplies, small games, puzzles. Has worked great in keeping things organized. A very inexpensive storage unit.
     
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    I saw them at Target yesterday for about $3.50. They had black, lime, teal, and fuschia.
     
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    I have some for home in my laundry area that I use to hold seasonal clothing, like bathing suits, outside tablecloths, etc. Have used them in the classroom to hold puzzles, games, etc. gotta love milk crates!
     
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