If you are like most people, you have a lot of plastic grocery bags lying around the house. Most of us end up reusing them as trash bags for small trash cans, doggy-doo pickup, kitty litter box liners, or plastic versions of a paper lunch sack.
But for people who want to get more creative with reusing plastic grocery bags, you can use them as DIY snow shoes, make a lightweight kite, keep your houseplants hydrated while you are on vacation, and even fuse layers of old plastic grocery bags together to create a fabric for a reusable grocery bag.
Plastic grocery bags aren't the most environmentally friendly things in the world, but they can still give you good karma points. If you have more plastic grocery bags than you know what to do with, you can always donate them to animal shelters, thrift stores, libraries, non-profits and other businesses that can put them to good use.
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