Mini Mission- Tuesday 25July2017

Declutter some useful little item you rescued from going in the trash. You know, little bits and pieces that seem a waste to toss so you keep them because you might find them useful one day. They are usually plastic so put one in your recycling bin and liberate a little space.


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About Colleen Madsen

Colleen is the founder of 365 Less Things and lives in Newcastle, Australia.

Comments

  1. Lol, Colleen. My friend, S and I went to a scrapbook album making class on Saturday. We also bought the kit from another class we couldn’t go to. We had a little bit to do on the album from the class we attended and then the entire album from the kit. So yesterday we did got them done. There were all of these plastic bags, other bags, hard plastic packaging and cardboard. If S didn’t want it I put it in the trash. Didn’t keep anything. There were even a few stickers and other items we neither wanted so we put them in a small bag to take to other scrapbookers. So it came in and went out fast.