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Deirdre14920971 Deirdre14920971 4 years
I have an old wipes container in my car. It holds plastic bags. It looks nicer than a bag of bags.
TimekaJacqui TimekaJacqui 4 years
They've been all in my house. I've had these thangs for yearrrs! I have mine as a first aid kit, and i just popped another one out today to use for storage!
BeckiWhitaker BeckiWhitaker 4 years
I've always used my wipes containers for wipes refills. I don't have a lot laying around to repurpose!
CarolCurrieSobczak CarolCurrieSobczak 4 years
I have three kids who are teens now, but I received DIY wipes as a shower gift for my eldest, and even with three kids in 4.5 years, I have never purchased baby wipes. I made my own!! Have given them as baby gifts at every baby shower I have gone to -- was the best gift I ever got!!
GabrielleWatson49923 GabrielleWatson49923 4 years
In the past I've used an extra huggies wipes box to organize my coupons. I created file folder/dividers on my cutting machine (Cricut or Silhouette), labeled them, and then I stored my coupons in them by date (oldest to newest). When I would sit down to sort new coupons or I would pull coupons, I pull out the folders I needed and sifted through them. It is small enough to take with you to the store just in case you see something on clearance that you have a coupon for as well. Helps you to stay organized and it was free to use after all the wipes were used up. I find that the Huggies boxes work the best for holding coupons :)
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