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Kitchen Tip: Resuse Clothes Hanger to Make Your Own Chip Clips

Posted on 26 July 2012 by noelskitchen

What a neat use for old clothes hangers.

Like any parent, you probably have many of these hanging around in your kids closet that don’t get used anymore because your child has grown out of those toddler clothes.

This is a wonderful idea on Pinterest, that I’ve added to my kitchen organization board on how to turn those old clothes hangers into something useful!

Start out by taking some wire cutters and snapping off the “clip” ends of the plastic hanger.  They will look like this:

And they turn out like this:

Chip Clips…Frugal Idea!!!

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