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  • Eco-Vegan Gal

    DIY Plastic Bag Jump Rope from @Childhoodlist1 via @AptTherapy. I advise avoiding plastic bags at all costs, but if you have some around this is a great idea for kids!

  • Tiffany Vakaloloma

    A Childhood List: 105) DIY Plastic Bag Jump Rope

  • Maggie Lea

    DIY plastic bag skipping rope

  • Sara Lederach

    DIY Plastic Bag Jump Rope - Great way to reuse the dreaded plastic grocery bags!

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