So back when LM was a wee one- a left over, half filled bottle spilled in the barely 3 minute ride from daycare to the house. Spilled. on. the. carpet. of. the. car- milk.all.over! Apparently the lid was not on correctly. We all have had these accidents with those bottle caps!
Lesson learned so now ALL leftover food containers travel to and from in a plastic bag. I know I drive daycare crazy with this quirk but what ever, I am a nice parent besides this (or at least I think I am, they might say something else about me). So, now I kill two birds with one stone and recycle grocery bags into daycare food bags. For the longest time I kept them in a mason jar on my counter so I could get one at any time. This was cute, but didn't hold many bags and although I like it, I have been searching for a new container.
My temporary solution is to use one of the many wipes cases we have around the house. However, I am not a fan of 1)the look and 2) having things unlabeled
Here is what I did-
I took some black contact paper (only color I had around)
eyeballed it and started cutting and adhering to the wipes case.
I know I could have gone all out and decoupaged it or painted it, but that just seemed like such a big commitment to a temporary solution. I am the 90% completion queen and wanted to finish this and move on!
I figure that when I find my final solution I can put latex gloves in it that we keep stored in the garage.
What do you keep your plastic bags in- I want something that the LM can't get into and pull them all out! Next week I will show you how I store my plastic bags at work!
I am linking up to Skip to my Lou again!