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  • Briana Galbreath

    So cute! car trash can. Need for roadtrips?

  • Karen Hamilton

    car backseat rubbish bag tutorial

  • Deb Gemmell

    car backseat trash bags. http://tinkerfrog.blogspot.com/2011/01/ba-dunk-ba-dunk-or-where-to-put-your.html

  • MiniMade

    crazy mom quilts.... trash bag for vehicle

  • Teresa Lemmon

    Car trash bags

  • Dana Heisler

    crazy mom quilts: van trash cans. I'm so doing this! Much prettier than plastic bags. Could reuse grocery bags as a liner for quick cleanup.

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small and compact can be tied on the back of the headrest it stays open at the top so it is easy to throw rubbish in its its sized so that you can recycle plastic produce bags as bin liners it uses a recycled round margarine container to form its shape can be easily laundered Best of all, it can be made in well under an hour if you need a last minute gift idea!!

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I think this is a great idea, I could use a trash bag is my vehicle that could actually look good and get used as well great idea, simple project

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