This is my answer to storing all those failed prints, and raft materials, and leftover filament, in a handy dandy containment unit, called a "Maraca". Make 2 or more and it's PARTY TIME!
A great way of celebrating the New Museum, MakerBot, 3D Printing, and the Old with Recycling. Maracas are festive. It requires recycled material in order to fill the maraca. It demonstrates, Reducing, Reusing, and Recycling. Each Maraca requires recycled material (leftover rafts, unfinished prints, and filament purgings) in order to make sound. It is a derivative of traditional maracas, and the New Museum print http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:12159 . This design, is a bit bigger, and more hollowed out (in order to be printed with less, while filled with more recycled plastic).
Print the Tops, Print the Handles, fill with recycled 3d Print material (rafts, filament scraps, bad prints), attach the handle with 1/4 turn, and TA-DA! You have a Maraca. Make two per print bed. Print the tops out of White, and bottoms out of other colors. I would chose to make the bottoms out of two or more colors, while preserving the white New Museum look. Be creative, your scrap now has a handy, trendy, new Home.
If you wish, the top and bottom can be glued together with modeling glue, MEK, or Super Glue.