You Can Think Twice Now Before Tossing Out Your Plastic Bread Tags!
There might be more you can do with those that can make parts of your life a little easier or a little better organized!
Take a look at these ten ideas! If you discover that you can use at least one, then your day was just made a little bit better!
Thanks to kitchn.com for the creative thinking! And to brain-sharper.com for one of their images!
- Wine glass charms – Don’t spend money on wine charms if you can make your own. If you have a lot of the same color bread tags, write each guest’s name or draw unique designs on them with permanent marker!
- Bookmarks – Never lose your place in a book or magazine again.
- Power cord labels – Label power cords with bread tags for easy identification.
- Organize spare keys – Write what the key opens onto the bread tag and then use it as a key ring.
- Organize rubber bands and hair ties – Loop rubber bands and hair ties into the bread tag to keep them from tangling into each other.
- Mini scrapers – These little tags are strong but just flexible enough to act as mini scrapers to help get stickers, little bits of dried food in the corners of baking pans, or bits of dried candle wax off of surfaces.
- Plant labels – To keep track of your plants, hook labeled bread tags onto the side of the planter or right over a branch or stem.
- Earbud holder – Wind your earbuds neatly around a bread tag so they don’t get all tangled in your bag or pocket.
- Mark the end of a piece of tape – Avoid the frustration of finding the end of a roll of tape by attaching a bread tag there instead.
- Guitar picks – Hold the bread tag on the notched end and strum away with the other for an easy guitar pick substitute.
What else have YOU used these handy bread tags for? Use the comment section below to share YOUR creative ideas with us!