School has almost started and soon you’ll need to pack sandwiches and snacks for your kids to take them to school. You may also need to pack food in case you are trying to eat healthily and carry everything with you. A snack or sandwich bag is right what you need in such cases, and we are ready to share some tutorials to make one! The good thing about them is that most of these bags are reusable, which means going green. Take a look!
These reusable snack bags are ideal for a party or to pack foodie wedding favors, so take a look! Made of oil cloth, they can be easily washed and used again, so eco-friendly! The tutorial is very easy and fast, and you can make as many as you need in just minutes. Enjoy your snacks!
It’s 9:00 pm and your kids tell you they have run out of ziplock bags for tomorrow’s lunch? Then try your hand at making reusable snack bags! These wipe clean in a snap and can even take a spin in the washer if they become soiled on the outside. Sure makes you happy to recycle and reuse!
This DIY hanging snack tower is a fun and convenient way to store snacks for your on-the-go adventures, like road trips, conventions, hiking, and more. What is it, you ask? It’s an efficient way to carry the snacks – not just baggies or the usual food storage containers. This is something that could also be clipped onto the outside of backpacks and bags without taking up valuable space inside. You’ll have easy access to your snacks and they won’t take up valuable space in your backpack or bag. Read how to make one and enjoy your food!
This free sandwich bag sewing pattern and tutorial is so easy you’ll be able to replace your old plastic snack bags in no time. The author designed these free fabric sandwich bag and snack bag sewing patterns to have extra-large flaps. The flaps act like teeny little place mats, which helps avoid germ fests. Get inspired and make some!
I’m totally in love with this quick mandarin orange slice snack pouch! It’s perfect to keep all the snacks wrangled and together in the purse. The design is bright, fun and bold and it’s easy and portable and looks stylish. You’ll easily find this pouch anywhere, even in the largest bag or tote thanks to its bold look. Enjoy!
This quick and easy snack baggie is waterproof, food safe and reusable. It’s great for lunches, sandwiches, and snacks on the go. They are food safe because they are solvent-free, environmentally friendly, and release no volatile organics, but only if you use the special kind of fabric. Best of all, it’s super quick and super easy to sew! Perfect for beginners.
Take a look at these cute fruity pouches – aren’t these just perfect for a quick snack on the go? And seriously how adorable are those fruit stamps? This pineapple pouch will be able to do double duty and work as your pool party bag! Don’t worry if you don’t have the sewing skills to make your own zip pouches, there’s an easy solution. Read the tutorial, make some and go ahead and fill your fruity snack pouches with all your favorite snacks like granola bars, snack bars, dried fruit, nuts, string cheese, and the like.
These reusable sandwich bags are made out of cotton fabric and there’s a vinyl coating to them to make them durable and easy to clean. Check out how simple they are to make! When it comes to washing these little reusable snack bags, you’ll want to stick with lukewarm water and a non-abrasive sponge or washcloth. Let them air dry then use again and again forever! If your bags ever get really crumpled looking, just use some of the paper from the vinyl adhesive process and iron the vinyl smooth again. Do not use an iron directly on the vinyl.
This is a fun and simple sewing project that’s a great addition to any summer picnic basket set – a reusable, plastic-lined snack baggie. Not only can you make use of some of the plastic bags they push on you at the grocery store but you can also cut down on buying disposable plastic baggies and change it up with something cute and personal with a very simple sewing project. That’s a win-win-win, right?
Make some DIY reusable snack bags that can be washed and reused for my kids snacks at lunch. I like bold colors and prints and trim in bright shades, which make these bags perfect for kids. Read how to make them and prepared a bunch for your snacks!