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Fruit Packaging Nets Craft Apples

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No matter how hard we try to buy everything in the least packaging, we somehow still end up with quite a bit that we can't avoid. These net packaging came with some of the potatoes and onions that we bought from our local store, when we had absolutely no choice but to get them. Over time, we've collected quite a few and here's what I've done with them instead of throwing them away:


1. After cleaning thoroughly, fold the net opening out- and downward.
2. Keep folding down, as if rolling down a sock.
3. When fold till the end, turn it up-side-down and we'll get what looks like an apple.


I learned to do this from my sister who brought the craft home from her preschool one day years ago. It is extremely easy and fun to do, and they are now in my 6 year-old niece's toy fruit basket :-) (which she woul…

Using Old Food Wrappers As Bin Bags

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We still get the odd plastic bags whenever we can't avoid it, but the key is to moderate and reduce consumption as much as we can.

Life isn't what consumerism tell us to have, we don't have to buy bin liners just because the label says that it is for the bin. We can create our own lifestyle without depending on what's sold in the shops :-)