f The Bugbytes: Recycling

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January 28, 2010


Recycling  - yes we all can do it. Many have recycled the cartridge boxes for giving gifts. One other thing which can be recycled is the plastic wrap? that the cartridge comes with. Cut out the edges and just keep the inside flat pieces/rectangles. They will come handy in doing cutout windows for boxes etc.
I think I have mentioned it already in one of my previous posts - but since I was doing it all today while I was organizing thought I would mention it again. Remember we will be doing lots of boxes and bags soon in Tuesday Treats - they'll come handy :)


Michele said...

dang lady, been a few days since I've been to your blog. I have a lot to catch up on!

I save the cart plastic too. In fact, there are a couple ladies who bring me cart plastic at crops. LOL! I have a ton now. I guess I should make lots of window boxes? lol

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