Thursday, July 24, 2014

Great idea!

I just saw this great idea for packing things in a small area.  I probably wouldn't do this for a normal get-away, because I think the clothes would get pretty wrinkled, also it would probably only work if you were wearing a t-shirt and shorts.  However, if you have limited luggage, or maybe for a kid going to camp, this would be great.















15 comments:

Deb said...

Great idea for packing with kids. I have tried something like this in the past and it worked pretty well. Thanks for sharing!

Linda E said...

A perfect way to pack for children, and it would leave space for grown up clothes! Thanks for sharing, and it is simple...like me! lol

Betsy Brock said...

wow...how very clever!

Karin said...

Hi Mari, it was fun catching up on a few of your blog posts! I'd love to play with the play dough! Fun memories of doing that with the kids and more recently with the grands. Alaina is just soo sweet!

Sola Scriptura said...

What a great idea! This is certainly something to remember.

Blackberry Lane said...

Great idea! Have a happy Friday.

Terri D. said...

It is certainly a great idea for packing kids' clothes, since they usually just wear shorts and a tshirt anyway. It would keep their suitcase tidier, too!! Excellent idea.

White Lace and Promises said...

Wow! My daughter lived out of a suitcase for several summers traveling with college group. We would roll her clothes to make room but never anything like this.

:) said...

Nice idea!!! Thanks ;)

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Great info here today!!

Jenny said...

My grandkids would love this. It wouldn't work for my clothes but I roll everything up and that's a neat packing solution too. xoxo

Michelle F said...

I need to let my grown-up Boy Scout see this. Great idea!

Justabeachkat said...

My daughter just sent this to me earlier tonight. Great idea for kids!

Hugs,
Kat

Judy said...

What a great idea, I'm going to remember this the next time I fly.

Jean Stauffer said...

I did used to lay all my clothes out and then roll them up in one big roll, with things most likely to wrinkle on the outside. It worked well for avoiding creases, but was a pain when I arrived, unless I had someplace to hang everything up. More than likely, what I wanted first was in the middle of the roll somewhere!