Reusable Fabric Snack Bags DIY

Reusable Fabric Snack Bags DIY // thepapermama.com

Every day my kiddo heads to school we need to pack her some snacks and a small lunch. I really try not to use plastic bags for packing up the food (since it just goes right in the trash), and multiple plastic containers don’t seem to fit in her lunch boxes. This is why I made these Reusable Fabric Snack Bags DIY for school time. I can put any dried fruit, crackers, granola, or any other dry food in there annnnnd it’s so easy t to clean. I just need to toss this bag in the washer with some towels when we clean them. She really loves the bags that have her name on them. She’s 4 and is REALLY into spelling her name.

Reusable Fabric Snack Bags DIY // thepapermama.com

Just so you know… it’s a pretty simple sewing project. You just need to sew straight lines, yay! To get the full tutorial, click here. There’s a free printable for you to make your own labels!

– Chelsey

P.S. I’m a paid contributor for the HP Create blog


4 comments

  • Dressmaking Fabrics on said:

    Wow, so such things like this do exist, I don't even know, I've been in sewing industry for a decade, how fool I am, but moving on I'll look forward to craft some, can't wait.

  • Anne-Marie on said:

    So cute. So handy =)

  • Erika on said:

    Thanks for sharing! I hate using anything that can't be re-used, but it's tough because so many containers are so bulky. I'm going to try this!

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