Back to school time is approaching and it’s time to think what to craft for your kids to make it more pleasant. Some kids carry lunch to school or just some snacks not to be hungry during the day. A lunch box or a bag is a good idea in such a case, and many kids will prefer a lunch bag as it’s not so heavy and can be easily put into any bag. Let’s make a couple of cool lunch bags to making back to school more comfortable.
This DIY stenciled canvas lunch bag is a fun and easy back to school craft and a great way to share your style. Take a usual canvas lunch bag and add colors and a print to it with a stencil of your choice, here it’s a lemon. Your kids will love this bold and colorful bag and it will make their lunch more enjoyable.
Make a lunch bag of fabric and then spruce it up with some bold thread or yarn. This tutorial contains some instructions on how to decorate the lunch bag making seams with a sewing machine. Such an idea is sure to give a unique look to your bag, it will add color and a bright patterned touch that isn’t that easy to find somewhere else. Be original!
These simple and stylish lunch bags are easy to make and look rather modern. These lunch bags are sewn of canvas and are spruced up with colorful hand-stitching on the edges. The project involves lots of that, so be ready to hand-stitch a lot but the result will be amazing, so don’t be lazy!
This cool and stylish lunch tote is made of canvas and stenciled with a food print. You may take a ready canvas tote or make your own one, and then choose a food and drink stencil that you really like. Here it’s a sandwich with a word, done in black. Get inspired to realize your own idea!
Florals are timeless and sewing a lunch bag of floral fabric is a chic idea. This project will tell you how to make a lunch bag of dark floral fabric, which is sure to fit your style and add even more elegance to it. A realistic floral print makes the lunch bag chic and bold, though you may try different colors and variations.
How to make your lunch bags as practical as possible? Easily! Make a fabric lunch bag with upcycled plastic inside! Such a bag is sure to keep your bag safe whatever food you carry. Choose scrap fabric you like and add some plastic bags; to give the bag a paper bag shape, use an iron but be sure to use a really low heat so that your plastic doesn’t fuse together. Enjoy!
This easy sewn insulated lunch sack is a quick and fun project for you or your kids! Choose your own fun fabric and line up the bag with vinyl, which is sure to keep your bag safe from any food and drinks your carry. This is another great idea besides plastic bags if you have some vinyl at hand. Make some bags and carry everything you like!
Invite your kids to participate in this simple DIY project! This is a fruit and veggie stamped lunch bag, so vivid and so bold! The kids loved seeing the bright and colorful bag they made and we’ve been using it as a lunch bag this week, switching off from their typical bag. It’s also handy for packing snacks on the go, or makes a great handmade gift from kids.
This is a cute idea for anyone! This is a snack bag or pouch decorated with a colorful applique. The author tells how to make such an applique in details: how to draw it, how to transfer it to the fabric and so on. If you don’t have a ready pouch, feel free to use other tutorials to make one first.
Here’s a colorful lunch bag lined with vinyl and with colorful trim. There’s a whole video tutorial to make the bag fast and effectively, watch it and make to store the food. I love the colorful fabrics chosen for the lunch bag, they are super cute, and that classic paper bag shape is awesome.
Here’s another boldly printed lunch bag lined up with vinyl – a very practical solution! The bag is closed with a Velcro but you may add a button or choose some other way to go. To hold the paper bag shape, you may add extra stitches on the edges. Get inspired!
You can stop buying paper lunch sacks (win for the environment!) and personalize your kiddo’s lunch bag to fit their style. This lunch bag can be made lined or unlined. If you have a sturdy home dec fabric, laminated cotton, etc. you can make this without lining. If you want to use quilter’s cotton, you will want to make it lined and interfaced.
This quick and easy snack baggie is waterproof, food safe and reusable. It’s great for lunches, sandwiches, and snacks on the go. The bags are lined and colorful, which makes them perfect for snack storage and for carrying them with you. Read the tutorial to make some!