Make-Do Mondays, as you may recall from last week’s post, is to be hosted by Shari at My Practically Perfect Life. I’m no longer the hub, but I do have a small make-do idea to share and link to the carnival.
Back in August, I posted a photo of my make-do plastic bag dryer—a crock full of utensils on which I can hang the bags.
But I have yet another plastic bag dryer I can set up when we’re rinsing out a lot of bags all at once. I got this idea from a magazine like Better Homes and Garden or Real Simple. Can’t remember which. I keep all the wooden chopsticks from our Chinese takeout and pop those in the holes of a retired toothbrush holder.
Two or three sticks can fit in each hole, allowing for lots of bag-drying “racks.”This make-do set-up is kind of cute and very handy.
I almost donated the toothbrush holder to Goodwill. I’m glad I didn’t. When I saw this make-do solution, I was able to start using it right away.
This, along with the utensil crock dryer, allows us to get several uses from each bag.
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