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  1. Stephanie Wood Evans says:

    These are great. I can remember my great- grandmother rinsing and reusing plastic bags (being a survivor of the great depression) she was go gaga over these. I would mix and match them and having two boys just starting out on they’re school adventure these would be perfect. Start them out showing all the little, everyday ways to waste less and be a positive example to their classmates. :-)