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  • Use bread tags to organize and tag your unmarked keys.
  • Show off your ingenuity at your next dinner party by printing your guests’ names on bread tags as wine glass charms.
  • Use bread tags to organise your cords and keep them tangle free.
  • Keep your socks together in the wash with these nifty little tags.
  • For the musicians out there, bread tags make for very retro guitar picks.
  • Decorate your bread tags and use them as book marks.
  • Use them to seal plastic bags of food that you are freezing.
  • Bread tags are a wonderful and effective way at keeping rubber bands clipped together – much better than putting them in a ball where they lose their elasticity and become a mission to get loose!
  • Dry pantyhose, stockings, hose, etc on a thin wire coat hanger. Simply attach them to the hanger with old bread bag clips.
  • Spray paint these silver, gold, or green and use to hang Christmas tree lights.
  • Bread tags are a great way to replace lost pieces on board games.
  • Keep some bread tags on your desk and use it to mark the end of your tape rolls – you will never lose the end again!
  • Crafters can use bread tags to wind spare threads and yarns on and knitters can use them to hold their place.

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