Reusable snack and sandwich bags are an excellent option to both save money and save the environment compared to disposable plastic bags. They’re great for school lunches for kids, meals on the go, travel and work lunches for adults. The only problem is that some reusable food bags are expensive and may be out of reach for those on a budget.
This DIY Reusable Snack and Sandwich Bags tutorial is easy and way cheaper than traditional reusable food bags from the store. Keep reading to find out how you can make your own reusable food bags.
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50 All Natural, Non-Toxic DIY Cleaning Recipes That Really Work
Are you looking for natural cleaning solutions for your home without harsh ingredients or toxic chemicals? Check out DIY Non-Toxic Cleaning Recipes by Heather Dessinger. This e-book is filled with 50 easy recipes that you can make to clean everything from windows to laundry to leather.
Do you want to learn how to:
- Make non-toxic cleaners that as good or better than store-bought cleaners
- Save a ton of money by making your own cleaners
- Get your home and clothes to smell amazing - without the artificial scents of conventional cleaners
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