I was trying to come up with a way to upcycle my old Clorox Wipes containers. They are such great containers but what the heck do I need them for? Then I opened the cabinet under my kitchen sink and was buried by an avalanche of plastic grocery bags. I remembered tutorial on how to roll up grocery bags. Score!
Table trashcans from old clorox wipes containers! for the classroom so students don't need to get up for trash. They can throw away scraps and junk at their tables and empty at the end of the day!
Awesome idea! I have a couple of empty wipes containers just waiting to be re-used, but my grandmother made me an awesome plastic bag holder/hanger out of some fabric, so our bags are already taken care of! Thanks for sharing at The Fun In Functional!
Recycle a wipes container into a mailbox for letters to Santa! This super fun Christmas activity for kids is perfect for toddlers & preschoolers. Fun Christmas craft for kids too!
These wipes also contain olive oil and that’s why they feel so oily and super moisturising. I mostly need one wipe for ten nails. One single wipe can totally remove the nail colour from my nails. I usually place this on the top of my nail and keep it for few seconds then I gently rub the wipe on my nail and the nail colour comes off easily. These wipes are so easy to use and take only a few minutes to clean all the nails. But, one wipe takes a little extra time when it comes to darker shades. Actually, one wipe is not enough for the darker shades. I need a clean wipe to remove all the mess created by dark nail polishes.
Re-purposing baby wipes containers
Obviously, I needed to turn this discovery into something that my guy could play with regularly, so I grabbed an empty wipes box to make a toddler activity box to keep him busy. I made my toddler activity box using the wipe warmer where I was , but any old wipes container will work, as long as your little one can get his hand inside to pull out the surprises!
First, like any other covering project, we have to come up with a pattern. The easiest way to do this is to start with the wipes container on the wrong side of a piece of fabric. Trace around the bottom. This helps you to always know where to place the wipes container after moving it in the next few steps.
Recycled Baby Clothes: what to do with the newborn onesie that your baby outgrows in about a minute....cut off the top, sew a straight line and you have yourself an emergency diaper and wipe holder. I put these in our cars and keep a few at home. It holds a wipes container and 3 diapers.We have wipes containers in the office, the garage, the kitchen, and bathrooms. They’re filled with items we use everyday, things we need to tuck away, and stuff I’d never find again if it weren’t neatly stacked and labeled in the perfect container.Toddler "Bank" decorated Baby Wipes container with re-cycled Gerber Baby Food lids as "Bills" works for counting and colors and fine motor development!You know how I love giving new use to thrown out or old stuff. I collect containers (don’t even get my started on my Crystal Light container collection) and found the perfect reuse for old Lysol wipes containers. This is the perfect little gift to give yourself or a friend for the summer…a grocery bag container. These are wonderful to throw in a beach bag for wet suits. They are perfect to have in your car for summer road trips. Whatever you reuse plastic bags for having a container full of them looks a heck of a lot better than stuffed in a drawer. Plus they are so much more portable this way.DIY: Reusing Baby Wipes Containers to Store Plastic Bags. Tired of all the piles of plastic bags lying around your house? Tired of trashing your old baby wide containers? Here's a great way to keep your plastic bags organized without spending a penny!I knew that I wanted to do a fun project involving the tops from baby wipes containers ever since I saw this post from I Can Teach My Child on Pinterest. I started saving wipes lids and was inspir...