Do you collect these wipes clutches like I do? They are so cute and I love bags – any kind, any size! They always have a great design BUT I never know what to do with them. They usually end up being used just for wipes or in my kid’s toy bin because I can’t let go.
10 OTHER Uses For A Wipes Clutch
These wipes clutches can be used for so much more! Here are 10 ideas to get you started.
Toothbrush and Toothpaste
Traveling or at the office? This little water proof bag would be perfect to store your toothbrush and toothpaste.
Genius right? It looks just like a tissue box and you really do need these in your diaper bags too.
Reusable Snack Container
No more throwaway plastic bags. It is water proof and you can actually fit a large quantity of goldfish inside. Or a sandwich. Or cheese sticks. So many snack options!
Keep all your pencils and pens in one place. It’s easy to take with you, or also a great option for a home office or a kid’s room too.
Traveling soon and need to take a lot of tiny little bottles that may or may not leak like crazy from airplane pressure? The wipes clutch has you covered.
Does any child actually put crayons back in their little cardbox box? Mine certainly never have. This is a great option for crayons of all different sizes, colored pencils and even scissors.
Again with the little cardboard boxes. My house could be covered in flash cards if I looked away for a few minutes.
Store your laundry money, spare change, or garage sale money in the handy bag. It’s even got a wristlet strap to help you carry it around.
Since the wipes clutch can really only hold about 3 Target grocery bags, it’s not going to be your only solution. But I’m thinking of long car trips when you need to have some trash bags handy and don’t want them just laying around.
I have two little girls and the amount of teeny tiny little hair ties and bows we have is just insane. If you have boys, you can use it for your own hair ties.
What do you think should be added to the list? Let us know in the comments or on Facebook.
If you liked this post and want to see more of Practical Mommy, please sign up for the weekly email below.