6 Simple Hiding Spots

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Introduction: 6 Simple Hiding Spots

About: Young architect who loves adventure, animals, photography, to create and to travel.

I have 6 simple spots for you to hide small stuffs at home or on a vacation. And they are better at hiding than my doggo.

The first three are for hiding stuffs at home and the last three, besides that are good for hiding stuffs while traveling.

You don't need any special tools to make it, maybe just a screwdriver for some of them.

Lets start!

Step 1: Clock

The first one is clock! The deeper it is, more stuff will fit.

Just open the back side and put anything you want in it. Simple as that!

Step 2: Lamp

You can check if your night desk lamp have the possibility of opening the stand. Maybe you can put your trinkets in it.

Step 3: Curtain Rod

Another simple useful thing at home. A Curtain Rod. You just need to untwist the head of it and it's ready for hiding your stuffs!

Step 4: Lipstick

Ladies brace yourselves!

Anytime you finish your lipstick or at least you are close to it (I never really have finished any lipstick) you can save the packaging, remove lipstick remains and make a little box for jewelry or money. It very useful while traveling. You can put your money in it when you're going to the beach, for example.

Step 5: Hair Brush

Many hair brushes have removable pads, so it is another useful object for hiding small stuffs.

Step 6: Hat

A hat! It has inner part suitable for hiding money.

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    4 Discussions

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    tomatoskins
    tomatoskins

    3 years ago

    These are great! I love all the GIFs!

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    coralina
    coralina

    Reply 3 years ago

    Thanks! :)

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    Pumuggel
    Pumuggel

    3 years ago

    The last one remembers me of my time in south america - I always had some $-bills inside my hat. It was one that I bought there on a local market, so I thought no (local) thief would take it (other than an imported basecap).

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    Buso
    Buso

    3 years ago

    What dog?