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Plastic Bag Dispenser


A must-have plastic bag dispenser to store away plastic bags neatly. No more unsightly plastic bags in your kitchen. Sewn from lime green cotton fabric featuring a patchwork with floral cup prints, it is designed to allow you to reach out for the plastic bags easily whenever you need them.

by Tamar Village
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Product Description

Tired of constantly having to pack up the mess of plastic bags? Just store them compactly into this cylindrical-shaped dispenser sewn from thick lime green fabric featuring a patchwork with floral cup prints. It is designed with a drawstring closure at the top for you to hang it up and an elasticized opening at the bottom for you to pull out the plastic bags with ease.

This product is a great holder for not only the messy plastic bags, but also your toilet rolls. Trust this handy, space-saving dispenser and you will come home to a tidy and organized kitchen.

These dispensers are sewn by the wonder hands of ladies who were previously trapped in the sex trade in Singapore. Making these crafts is their only source of stable income and it represents their burning desire to start afresh. As we bring change to our messy homes, your purchase of the products can also bring change to these women’s life!



  • 90 g
  • 23 x 39 cm
  • Red  fabric featuring a patchwork with floral bamboo-like prints
  • Fits up to 15–20 regular-sized plastic bags
  • Multi-functional
  • Machine washable
  • 3 designs to choose from : Bamboo Flowers/Blue Ocean/ Pink Flowers


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Tamar Village

Tamar Village

Tamar Village Ministry was established in 2010 to reach out to ladies trapped in the sex trade in Singapore. The ministry has been reaching out and walking with the ladies through a journey of healing and restoration, through counselling, coaching and discipleship. Recently, they started a 3-year reformation programme focused on transforming the lives of ex-streetwalkers and re-introducing them back to the society. The ladies are taught how to hope once again and to realise that they are still precious despite the circumstances that they have gone through. The products sold here are hand-sewn by the ladies, and all the proceeds from the sales will go towards funding their journey of transformation into productive members of society once again. Read More