I have quite a collection of bread clips or tags, and wondering what to do with them? Many recycling companies may not take them, the problem being there is no number on them. But Bread tags are made with high density polystyrene products that can be recycled into coat hangers, seedling trays, skirtings, outdoor furniture, poles and decking
First your bread tags can make a difference:
Here it is- 33 Ways to Reuse Bread Clips
1.) You can use to tag assorted wires or exstenson cords. I have them under my computer with
2.) Reuse to seal other food stuffs
4.) Play tiddly winks
5.) Make Wineglass charms
6.) Use as a spool for threads or other crafty stuff.
7.) Use in the garden to mark your plants
8.) Make a bookmark
9.) Use the colors to teach kids various colors
10.) put Numbers on and use for a counting game for kids. Add a + or – signs
11.) Use as game board pieces. or for poker money, bingo chips, scrabble
12.) Have a scavenger hunt with prizes with the most collected
14.) Make Art
15.) Use to clip soap bags.
16.) Use a scarper for food, paint and other small spills, on oven, floors
17.) Put at the end of scotchtape, masking tape. No more looking for the end.
18.) Use as a marker in your knitting or crocheting projects.
19.) Mark keys, (next project)
20.) Use to keep rubber bands together
21.) Use as guitar picks
22.) Hang and use for mobiles
23.) Garage sales- use as tags
24.) Hold socks together whether in the wash or in the drawers.
25.) Put in toilet paper rolls or other cardboard cylinders to make a musical instrument
26.) Spray paint and use as christmas ornaments
27.) Use to put on your clothes, when you have worn them, what goes with what. could be good for color blind.
28.) Make Bread Tag Monsters- Crafts by Amanda gives you a whole tutorial
29.) If you are a risk taker and play lotto, you can use as a scratcher.
30.) Use to secure Christmas tree lights.
31.) Decorate and use as gift tags
32.) Make Bread Tag Halloween Jewelry (see Video)
33.) Put at the bottom of planters instead of using stones