Baby Wipes Container
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.
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
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!
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!
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These hanging storage bins are made from baby wipes containers, but they could be made with any tall, round container...coffee creamer, bleach, etc. They can also be covered with colored duct tape or painted to match the area around them. These would be great drink holders if you find a way to hang them on the deck or chair rail.
Uses for empty baby wipe containers: 1. crayon holder for on the go 2. when camping store your spoons/forks, napkins, etc 3. use the small containers and cute storage for paperwork, money, mp3 player/cords while traveling 4. make your own piggy bank 5. glue a lego board to the lid and store legos for on the go 6. snack storage when traveling 7. emergency baby/toddler kit (meds, diapers, band-aids, etc)
Toddler "Bank" decorated Baby Wipes container with re-cycled Gerber Baby Food lids as "Bills" works for counting and colors and fine motor development!
Outdoor Toys Once my girls start using the sidewalk chalk, it never fits back into the containers quite the same. Baby wipes to the rescue, yet again! It also nicely holds bubble wands or even a DIY bubble solution.
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.
Cute baby shower gift. Diapers and a personalized huggies wipe container.
For Funzies: Home-Made Baby Wipes a plastic Maxwell House coffee container a roll of select-a-size Viva paper towels 2 cups of water 2 tablespoons of Olive Oil (Almond Oil is much nicer, but it's far more expensive) 2 tablespoons liquid baby body wash a splash (a little better than a teaspoon) of Tea Tree Oil*
Baby Shower Gift for the Daddy-to-Be: "contains list" diapers diaper rash cream gloves goggles (home depot, about $2.50) face mask (home depot, about $2.00 for 1) clothes pin for your nose tongs for diaper disposal hand sanitizer (travel size) baby wash (travel size) wash cloth baby food spoon pacifier bottle baby sockies wipes (travel size) tylenol...for daddy