Trash To Treasure

Recycled Plastic Grocery Bags

Comments (14)
  1. Kuks Barrera says:

    Congratulations DIY Inspired! Here’s to a million more posts.


    [The above toast was performed with champagned glasses repuposed from found Tic-Tac containers and worn tires.]

    1. dwulf says:

      Thank you so much for your support, Kuya! I appreciate so much that you comment and “like” my posts. I love you so much! I mean…labu!

  2. Kuks Barrera says:

    So after misspelling a bunch of stuff in my previous comment, I thought I’d make up for it by supplying a link to the CRAFT magazine site. This is a method of fusing plastic bags together to make a rather durable fabric. It’s pretty cool, as their sample utilizes a Target bag (another one of my favorite stores).


  3. dwulf says:

    I can’t believe I’ve never been on that site! Adding it to my favorites! I heart you…

  4. Holly says:

    I love all the great things you found on Etsy. Thank you again for including me.

  5. dwulf says:

    Holly, it was my pleasure! Your necklaces and rings are beautiful! 🙂

  6. dwulf says:

    BTW, Jolene can I have one of those lunch totes for chirstmas this year??? Tee hee…

  7. Janice T. says:

    These are so neat! I love the hat and matching purse.

    1. dwulf says:

      Such great artists! Thank you for commenting!

  8. Ferrah Demonte says:

    I’m going to try to make that tote bag!

    1. Bambang says:

      Hi. We are running an oraingc fresh produce delivery in Panama, Latin America. We work with small farmers in the interior and deliver in the capital area.I follow your blog for ideas and inspiration for the work we do here.From the get go we implemented a system of returnable baskets made of a local woven material called bejuco .It is quite strong and durable, and so far after 10 deliveries it is still usable. It also offers added income to the local artisans we buy it from.We designed a rectangular shaped basket with a lid so we can stack them when making deliveries and storing.Not sure if you have a local sustainable material you can work with instead of plastic, but that might be an option to look into. Maybe wicker or willow?Just an idea

  9. Vanessa says:

    Hello, Neat post. Like your web site! 🙂

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