Make a Clever Plastic Bag Dispenser

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Alter the Length to Fit Your Space!

If you’re like us, you have a lot of plastic bags from the grocery store and other shops that you frequent. While it’s nice to keep some of these useful bags on hand, they can be a challenge to store, especially if you’re short on space.

This clever “Plastic Bag Dispenser” solves the problem, and with style. Simply stuff bags in the top and pull them out one at a time from the bottom.

Plastic Bag Dispenser

This project is also a great way to use up some of those scraps, which is always a good thing, right?

The instructions include directions to alter the length of the dispenser to fit your space.

Once completed, simply hang it on a hook in the kitchen, laundry or utility room.

Click here for the free “Plastic Bag Dispenser” tutorial from Samelia’s Mum.


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