Halloween is next month and I’ve been a busy girl creating all sorts of fun craft projects to make things festive. It’s one of my family’s favorite holidays and we go all out with decor and goodies. Today I’ve partnered with Lysol® to share how to make this DIY Halloween Plastic Bag Dispenser.
I’m sure I’m not the only one who has a collection of plastic bags from the grocery store. They make great garbage bags for the bathroom and I just always seem to have a collection going. Ironically my collection was basically a bag of bags that I kept hidden in the basement stairwell and the kids always seemed to knock it down so I thought I’d better get creative.
It all started with a container of Lysol® Disinfecting Wipes and I got inspired. Inspired to create, yes. But also inspired because I just found out that Lysol has partnered with Box Tops for Education, one of my favorite programs that supports throughout communities across the country. In celebration of this partnership, for a limited time consumers will get 20 bonus eBoxTops when they purchase two participating Lysol® products. That’s $2 for your school people!
Healthy Habits Program
Kids spend an average of 30 hours each week at school so to stay in line with families practicing healthy habits at home, the Healthy Habits Program was born. Thanks to the National Education Association (NEA) and National Parent Teacher Association (PTA) in a partnership with Lysol®, they’re teaching kids how to properly wash their hands as well as other techniques to stay germ free. minimizing the spreads of germs will surely reduce sick days as a result!
We’re washing our hands and using Lysol Disinfecting Wipes as well as Lysol® Disinfectant Spray to keep our surfaces clean so that we stay germ free and I recommend your family does the same.
DIY Halloween Plastic Bag Dispenser
And now for the fun project that you’ve been waiting for – I’m going to show you how to make this DIY Halloween Plastic Bag Dispenser.
You’ll need the following supplies:
- Empty Lysol Disinfecting Wipes container
- Halloween card stock or scrapbook paper
Step 1. Trim your paper to fit the length of the Lysol® Disinfecting Wipes label, adding an extra inch.
Step 2. Flip your paper over and apply adhesive to one end of the back side and adhere it to the back of the Lysol® Disinfecting Wipes label, ensuring that it is straight.
Step 3. Apply adhesive to the other end of the back side of the paper and stick it to the other end of the paper.
Super cute, super easy and a great way to up-cycle a Lysol® Disinfecting Wipes container for a new purpose. How else would you up-cycle a Lysol Disinfecting Wipes container?
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