Baby Wipes Container
Money Collection We use a baby wipes container for money collection at our yard sale every year. Dressed up, it is an amazing donation collection as well. Photo and tutorial via Jodi and Marlaina
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 wipe containers? Here's a great way to keep your plastic bags organized without spending a penny! This would be perfect for taking on camping trips!
cutting a roll of paper towels in half, placing in container and soaking with 4 cups warm water and desired mixture (including coconut oil). The ingredients differ only slightly depending on what kind of wipes youre making. For baby wipes add 1-2 squirts of baby wash. For make up remover wipes just add the coconut oil ( a squirt of your favorite face wash if you want, but its no
The "Ineeda" Box Car Emergency Kit: Take Two: Supplies: wipes container or plastic shoe box; 2 large Ziploc bags (for trash or carsickness); travel pack of baby wipes; hand sanitizer or antibacterial wet wipes; lotion; band aids; tissues; paper or note cards; pen; safety pin; tweezers; hair elastic; peanut butter crackers; gum or mints; feminine prod; binder clip; sunblock stick
DIY BABY WIPES. Use Bounty paper towels, a plastic airtight container from Wal-mart or Target. 1 tbsp baby soap, 1 tbsp baby oil, 2 cups warm water. Put ingredients in the container. Cut the roll of paper towels in half and place in container. Seal and flip over to soak up liquid for at least 3 hrs. Remove the cardboard tube and start pulling the towels from the center.
Perfect for the busy months after the birth of a baby. Each bag contains a onesie, wipes, diaper and hand sanitizer. Grab one on your way out the door and you are ready if any accidents happen. When you get to bag 3, refill and use over and over again!
Homemade Baby Wipes - I have been doing this for almost two years! I only buy wipes to use in the diaper bag. My "recipe" is a bit different (baby lotion, baby wash, baby oil and water) and I roll the papertowel off the roll, layering it in the container in one continuous piece. Whatever works!
Doll Storage Bench How cute is this storage bench? Keep tiny doll pieces right inside, then use the wipes container as a bench for the dolls. Photo and tutorial via Karen, Mom of Three
DIY Homemade Baby Wipes. If you want to have total control over that sort of thing, or you just ran out and don't have time for a grocery run. Good to know!
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!
8 Ways to Reuse Baby Wipe Containers Around the House | At Home - Yahoo! Shine
Baby Wipe Containers to store toys or tools...love the chalk paint idea so labels can easily change
Ribbon holder -- cover any cyclindrical container (oatmeal, pringles, baby wipes) with paper or fabric. Cut out a strip down the middle. She suggested a dowel down the middle to hold several containers, and then hang on the craft wall.
Bargain Baby Wipes: Cut a paper towel roll in half so you end up with two halves that look like toilet paper rolls. Put them in an airtight container, a coffee can or formula can is a great fit. Mix one and a half cups of water, and a tablespoon each of baby shampoo and baby oil. Pour it over the towels and let them soak. Click for more Unusual Uses For Baby Oil and Baby Powder | Homesessive
diy home sweet home: GREEN and FRUGAL - DIY Disinfectant Cleaning Wipes. A commentor posted: If you soak about 4-6 oranges worth of orange peels in a gallon of white vinegar for 1+ weeks, it infuses the vinegar with a strong orange scent. The orange oil is a powerful cleaning agent and also, it gets rid of the horrific vinegar smell!