DIY Reusable Sandwich Bags


DIY Reusable Sandwich Bags

DIY Reusable Sandwich Bags
DIY Reusable Sandwich Bags

It's one thing to tote your lunch to work in a plain plastic baggie. But what if you could add some pizzazz to your peanut butter and jelly sandwich? With this tutorial for DIY Reusable Sandwich Bags at hand, just about any type of sandwich will look interesting and appealing. This budget-friendly sewing project won't take long to make, and the result is a sandwich bag that can be reused for years to come. Show off your personality in a big way when you make these reusable wraps and consider using materials in an assortment of colors and patterns. You'll always be able to spot your sandwich in the break room at work when you make these wraps!

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Sewn byMachine


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A plastic, reusable container is a better choice. This project does not seal out air that can cause a sandwich to dry out depending on where itn is stored. A wash reuse container like Tupperware and others have is a mu87ch better choice in terms of environmental waste as well as the time it takes to make this project.

This project really looks labor intensive. The upside to complete this would be that you would be saving the environment, sorta. Instead of using those throw away plastic baggies using this would save daily trash of a baggie. For me, practically, I would use a container that I can wash and reuse.

Interesting. I like that these are reusable and the way they are designed, you just "wrap" the sandwich up. Practically any size sandwich could be prepared and used to transport in this designer wrap. Great project.


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