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Recyclable Bag Box

This was a simple recyclable bag box to store our bags from the grocery store, Lowe's etc. We use them quite a bit to clean up the "land mines" laid by our dog in the yard and to clean out the cats litter box daily. We also bring the overload to pack the bag boxes located at our favorite dog parks... because we all forget to bring one sometimes to clear the dog parks of all the land mines. So I mad this lidded box so we would have a convenient place to store them.

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Comment by Claude Bradford on March 18, 2014 at 11:30am

Great idea and it's a very pretty box. Great colors and art work. A must have to store and organize those plastic bags. Great job!

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