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Want Pretty Garbage? @DesignerLiners Dress The Mess! {#giveaway}

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Every once in awhile you come across an idea that is just plain clever.  DesignerLiners are a product that fits this bill.

Trash bags are quite boring.  In fact, they're not snazzy or jazzy or cute in any way.  But now they can be!  DesignerLiners (which is also just plain fun to say - try it in your best infomercial voice!) have a pattern on the inside of the bag which shows when you fold it over a trash bin.  Clever!

In addition to just a trash liner, I think the DesignerLiners would be great to use in assembling a gift basket.  A new trash can, add the cute liner and fill with cleaning supplies, brooms, mops, etc. and tie it up with a ribbon for a housewarming gift or college dorm gift.  It would be adorable and perfectly useful too!  The bags would also be perfect for the trash cans at your next scrapbooking crop or crafting event.

The bags are biodegradable and come in ten different color/pattern combinations - Pink Polka Dot, Orange Polka Dot, Navy Blue Polka Dot, Red Gingham, Gold Gingham, Black Leopard, Blue Leopard, Red Toile, Blue Toile and Black Tattersol.  We got to try out the Red Gingham which made us think of summer BBQs, seafood and fried chicken.  These bags are not real thick so I wouldn't use them for heavy trash but they're perfect for lighter trash like paper scraps, empty soda pop cans and the like.

You can visit DesignerLiners to learn more about this unique product.  Would you like to also have a chance to win your very own package of these fun and stylish trash bags?  Just enter below using the Rafflecopter form.  If you encounter problems with the form or GFC widget loading, try refreshing the page and that usually does the trick!

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samara said…
i love the black leopard
ACMommy3 said…
I'm sorry I'm a repeat, but I also love the black leopard the best! :-D
Anonymous said…
I like the blue toile.
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Crib Couture said…
I like the blue leopard.
Jessica Peeling said…
Black leopard! (
Jessi said…
I love the red toile! mamasgotflair at gmail dot com.
Tiffany said…
I love the blue toile!

pipandgabesmom2011 at gmail dot com
tarter95 said…
I like the black tatersol pattern.
tarter95 at hotmail dot com
Julie said…
like the red gingham pattern
Ashley said…
I like the navy polka dots.
TQ said…
Count me in with the black leopard lovers!

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Holly S. said…
Love the Hounds Tooth!
Amy said…
I LOVE the orange and white polka dots!!
Renfie said…
I love the navy polka dots
SHYAM said…

Great thoughts you got there, believe I may possibly try just some of it throughout my daily life.

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