More Ideas

Can you believe that I'm already back zone cleaning in my kitchen? Wow, a month sure goes by fast! In a previous post I asked for suggestions on storing plastic bags. Several of you had some good ideas (none of which I have yet acted upon). I think it will be a good art project for the kids one of these days. I did a search and found these handy-dandy baggy holders. I keep my holder (an old milk jug) tucked away under the sink where no one will see it. These spiffy ones range in price from $10-25. I don't think that I would actually pay money to store my plastic bags, but these do look nice. The one with the fruit motif was my favorite, although it does look a little bit like a birdhouse. http://riverbendramblings.blogspot.com
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Monday, August 07, 2006
More Ideas
Can you believe that I'm already back zone cleaning in my kitchen? Wow, a month sure goes by fast! In a previous post I asked for suggestions on storing plastic bags. Several of you had some good ideas (none of which I have yet acted upon). I think it will be a good art project for the kids one of these days. I did a search and found these handy-dandy baggy holders. I keep my holder (an old milk jug) tucked away under the sink where no one will see it. These spiffy ones range in price from $10-25. I don't think that I would actually pay money to store my plastic bags, but these do look nice. The one with the fruit motif was my favorite, although it does look a little bit like a birdhouse.
3 Comments:
Blogger Amy said...
The fruity one is my favourite too :) I'm hoping to sew one of those bag holder thingies sometime soon.

Blogger Mrs.B. said...
I like the stainless one but I don't have anywhere to hang it.

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