I still have baby wipe containers all over the house, even though we haven’t had a baby in diapers for more than 3 years.

Storage Solutions from Baby Wipe Containers

User Question: "Looking for crafts I can make with diaper wipe containers.* KinderJam Answer: 24 Awesome Ways to Reuse Baby Wipes Containers!

Things to make out of old wipes boxes.  Lots of projects on page.

How to Reuse (& Do Magic With!) Baby Wipes Boxes

Use old wipes containers to organize your classroom. I think could work for organizing supplies in a middle school classroom. I like that the containers are decorated. If anyone needs any wipe containers let me know. I have tons!

My baby wipes pop-up container box has become a fixture on Elise's shelf so I thought why not make it extra pretty? So I decided customize it by covering it with fabric. Here's what the Huggies baby wipes pop-up container tub looked like before: Not too bad but I wanted something more custom. So I

Custom fabric-covered Huggies baby wipes popup tub container {free pattern

fabric "wipes" for babies to play by pulling them out, which all babies love to do

DIY Fabric "Wipes" Toy My littlest loved to empty the wipes container.and now can with this fabric wipes box! Check for one with a soft inner side.

Use old baby wipe containers to organize games and keep pieces together

50 Insanely Clever Organizing Ideas

Playing card storage solution - Organize playing card games using empty baby wipe containers. Simply cut out the name of the card game from the original box and tape onto the recycled container.

For the car. What mom doesn't need spare bags for trash, wet clothes, things your kids collect at any spare moment, etc.

What mom doesn't need spare bags for trash, wet clothes, things your kids collect at any spare moment, etc. Toss this bad boy in the trunk.

Don't throw out those containers! You can turn them into toys and organizational tools. Get 8 ideas here.

How to Reuse (& Do Magic With!) Baby Wipes Boxes

Don't throw out those baby wipe containers! You can turn them into toys and organizational tools. Get 8 ideas here.

Put grocery bags in a baby wipe container to make them quick storage

Reusing Baby Wipe Containers

A Simple Heart for Home shows you how to turn your baby wipe containers into plastic grocery sack storage containers. I love this idea! You can find 50 more ideas for re-using baby wipe containers here.

genius! You know how babies like to pull all the tissues or wipes out of the container- well turn it into a game; but with fabric scraps. You can also use it as a way to introduce numbers and colors.

diy wipes toy - reuse a wipes container, fill with fabric pieces, and put numbers/letters on the fabric if you want. It may keep the kiddos from playing with the real wipes.

Travel Boxes - repurpose baby wipe containers with old toys to stay in the car -- no more lugging toys back and forth!!

Travel Boxes

Travel Boxes - repurpose baby wipe containers with old toys to stay in the car -- no more lugging toys back and forth! Make a special one of quiet toys for church

This month we are joining in Project: Recycle & Create again, this time to make a gift, recycling an item, and this is what I made: This DIY fine motor skills toy made from an upcycled baby wipes container was a hit with my 22 month old boy, and even his 4 year old sister …

Upcycled Wipes Container Toy

How to make a custom fabric-covered Huggies baby wipes popup tub container case free craft idea, project tutorial and pattern

Custom fabric-covered Huggies baby wipes popup tub container {free pattern

Baby wipes container revamp (use fabric and mod podge, template provided)

A baby wipe box for each kid with snacks for the car ride. I could use them for art supplies too.

20+ Tips & Tricks for Road-Tripping with Kiddos

Old baby wipes container as a snack box for a long car trip - 1 for each kid LOVE THIS IDEA! *something I could have done back when I still had baby wipe containers!

Love this! Awesome for work and for when Jett is bigger. Traveling Legos from a baby wipe box

Lego's On the Go: Use an old baby wipe (or maybe OxyClean?) container, hot glue or super glue a large Lego piece to the inside of the lid and you have a perfect Lego Travel Box.

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