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Thread: Waste containers for car

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    This is what I am working on today. Going to have thrift sale as soon as the weather cools down A bit.

    they clip on the air vent
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    Cute, good luck.

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    Very nice...what did you put around the top to keep it open?

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    Cute & Clever..hope you sell lots!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by deenatoo
    Very nice...what did you put around the top to keep it open?
    Nylon banding, I get it at harbor freight when they are opening boxes to stock shelves. You can pick it up at other places to they usually just give it to you.

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    wow, those are so cute, thanks for sharing

    Quote Originally Posted by mtspools
    Quote Originally Posted by deenatoo
    Very nice...what did you put around the top to keep it open?
    Nylon banding, I get it at harbor freight when they are opening boxes to stock shelves. You can pick it up at other places to they usually just give it to you.

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    Cute

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    Thanks for the quick reply....that is very interesting...may have to try a couple...

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    Thanks to all

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    These are so pretty, much better than the plastic shopping bag I hang on my stick shift and push over to the passenger side.
    I'll bet you sell all of these, they are both cute and practical at the same time.

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    Very cute. For the one I made for thread scraps, I cut down a mayo jar and put it inside so that it is easier to dump.

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    These are beautiful.

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    I need one of those. Hope your sale goes well.

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    Good idea. cute.

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