Hello everyone! I'm linking up with Tara for the brightest part of any Monday:
I tried to keep my Monday Made It simple because we're in our final nine days of school and things are getting busy!
So this is a quick and easy storage fix I learned all about from my kind friend Diane over at Fifth in the Middle. You can see her post about Grocery Bag Containers by clicking the green link, hers came out beautifully!
Diane showed us how she converted a canister of wipes into a handy storage container for those oh-so-helpful plastic bags you might have floating around the classroom:
2015 UPDATE: Plastic bags come in handy when my students need to carry something extra home, when someone moves to a new school, when projects are being carried onto the bus...the list goes on and on! I've now used this container for years and it has been so helpful to have the plastic bags handy.
I just printed the label (you can find it at the end of this post), laminated it, and hot glued it to the container. Then I removed those extra flaps on the inside (so the bags could slide out a bit easier) and voila!
I love how the container takes up very little space and I don't have to look at my ugly grocery bags anymore! Now they are all tucked away, ready for use at any moment. Thanks Diane!!
I have the label all set to download here, in case you would like to use it as well. Please click on the image below for a direct download:
And please be sure to check out all the fantastic creations below: