Bread Bags for Storing Artificial Flowers

I use artificial flowers for every holiday and used to just throw them in a large storage container. Then I started washing out my bread bags because they are the perfect length and started saving those little plastic tabs for holding the bag closed.


You can wash and shape the flowers so it does no real harm to squash them slightly getting them into the bag leaving the stems at the opened end of bag and closing them with tabs. The flowers are quite resilient and you usually have to shape them when you use them again anyway. Also you can see what's in the bags and if not just label them. I found this to work for me and is a space saver as well.

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June 26, 20160 found this helpful

Hello how can i store latex flowers pls ? Tku

May 31, 20190 found this helpful

THANK YOU! Mom's been hanging all hers in grocery bags, so she has to open each open each bag to see which bouquet is which. I read this 10 minutes ago, and have already started the switch!


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