15 ingenious recycling tips for bread bag clips


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We often find these handy little clips in the bread aisles in the supermarket, on loaves of bread or ready made brioches. They keep the food fresh and allow you to reseal the bag once it’s open. But like many objects, they can be used in more ways than one to enhance our daily lives!

It is a nice little reminder that even though these objects often find themselves in the bin, you can keep them and find great ways to re-use them. You simply need to add a little colour and decoration to add fun or function to the things you use every day. Find some inspiration in these 15 images.

1) Use bread bag clips to sort your threads. Just wrap them around the clips and slip the end of the thread into the clip. Voila!

Amizuki
Amizuki

2) Help your children with their maths, using bread clips to make a visual counting aid.

Addition and subtraction has never been easier!

chickenbabies
chickenbabies

3) Decorate your bread clips to make personalised gift wrap when you are giving a present to your loved ones. You can match the design to the occasion!

These cute snowmen make a great addition to winter gifts, or even decor for the Christmas dinner table.

craftsbyamanda
craftsbyamanda

4) Keep your wires and cables within arm’s reach by sticking a bread clip to your desk or bedside table.

This also works well with paper clips.

diply
diply

5) Why not try out some original jewelry made from bread clips?

greenecoservices
greenecoservices

6) Are your socks escaping you in your underwear drawer? Keep them in carefully sorted pairs with a few bread clips.

House of Hush
House of Hush

7) Attach a bread clip to the end of some sticky tape, to help you easily find the end.

lovemytapes
lovemytapes

8) A great way of differentiating your sets of keys

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ocfied
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