Introduction: Small Storage Solution
My wife convinced me I should post this.... so here it goes.
After the holidays this year we had many small amounts of this and that that needed stored, Easy-Bake Oven ingredients, Makit & Bakit Suncatchers crystals, etc. Since there wasn't a good solution readily available I tried to come up with one.
If you have a FoodSaver (or similar food sealer) and snap seal bags (any size) you are in business. Scissors and small funnel are also helpful.
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Step 1: Gather Supplies
Zipper seal plastic bags
Step 2: Measure
Decide what size storage bags you want and place bag on sealing strip.
Step 3: Seal
After you seal it make sure it cools for a few seconds before you peal it off the sealing strip.
Step 4: Cut
You can either leave it as a multiple compartment bag or carefully cut it into smaller individual bags.
Step 5: Fill the Bags
For smaller items you might want to use a funnel.
Step 6: Many Uses...
Snack bags can be used for tiny things. Gallon size bags can be used to make pencil bags, travel bags for plasticware, etc.