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DIY Jean Pocket Tool Belt

Where did the scissors go? Where is my pencil hiding? Tools go missing lots. It’s what they do. Tool belts are perfect to keep things organized and close at hand. Back to Article

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supernaturalblackcat
supernaturalblackcat wrote:
2014-06-22 17:03:57 -0700

cool now I can have a cheap tool belt for my tools so I can help my dad work on the trucks and trac-tors that we have

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SamKittyLOl
SamKittyLOl wrote:
2013-11-22 14:57:05 -0800

do you now moviestarplent.###?

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colleenaw
colleenaw wrote:
2013-09-05 14:46:35 -0700

Not my thing but neat concept I guess.

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Leilah303
Leilah303 wrote:
2013-08-03 18:03:29 -0700

WHAT! if you like crafts, it is the greatest
invention! sooo awesome, i'm making one!

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sparkygirl11
sparkygirl11 wrote:
2013-07-24 15:59:08 -0700

sooooo lame!!!!!!!

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rithma
rithma wrote:
2013-07-21 21:27:04 -0700

really lame lol

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rithma
rithma wrote:
2013-07-21 21:26:56 -0700

lame

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rithma
rithma wrote:
2013-07-19 14:32:55 -0700

really lame

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rithma
rithma wrote:
2013-07-19 14:32:37 -0700

lame

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MrClean3
MrClean3 wrote:
2013-07-17 20:04:05 -0700

I would rather just buy one.

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Rachel100
Rachel100 wrote:
2013-07-17 19:20:19 -0700

But...I love my jeans!!!

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liljume
liljume wrote:
2013-03-21 17:54:58 -0700

lame

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megaroo22
megaroo22 wrote:
2013-03-01 07:40:34 -0800

not going to cut my jeans

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Cielososweet
Cielososweet wrote:
2013-02-21 20:43:54 -0800

No

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Poll-tools

What tool do you use the most?

  • I use a hammer all the time.
  • Do scissors count? Cause that's what I use the most.
  • My power drill gets things done, can't leave home without it.
  • I don't think I own any tools.

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Teh_Skittlez
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