8 Reusable Snack Bags to DIY
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8 Reusable Snack Bags to DIY

Say farewell to filling the planet with piles of plastic ziplock bags and flimsy, boring paper bags. If you’re looking for a snazzy way to take lunch to work or send snacks to school with your kids, check out these cute snack bags to DIY! It’s amazing what a difference a pretty little lunch bag can make when you’re in the mood for a snack. So lose the soggy brown bags and go for one of these classy options instead!

1. Back to School Snack Bag: Got a sewing machine? Good because you’re going to need it for this gold faux-leather adorned looker. (via Brit + Co)

2. Recycled Cereal Bag: Turn a cereal bag into a pretty zippered snack bag. The fabric is so fun and easy to hang on to for little fingers while the cereal bag keeps things from getting wet and drippy. (via Casa Turtle)

3. Reusable Snack Baggies: This project requires a bit of stitching, but rest assured that there’s a plastic lining so all of your hard work doesn’t get destroyed. (via Happy Hour Projects)

4. Foldable Bag: These are super simple to make, and the cleverly designed flap folds out to provide a clean eating surface for your child. (via How Does She)

5. Reusable Snack Baggie: With literally three lines of sewing, you can surprise your kids with little baggies that are way better than anything you can buy in your grocery store aisles. (via Sisters What)

6. Pretty Patterned Bag: Minimize spills with a secured top. Since these don’t spill, they are the perfect little baggies to throw in your bag for emergency snacking. (via The Chic Site)

7. Plastic Sealable Bag: We love it when we can do our little thing to save the planet and especially when we look good doing it ;) (via Brit + Co)

8. Itty Bitty Snack Bag: Toss these tiny bags into the lunchbox or diaper bag for hungry little tummies. This tutorial shows you how to laminate your fabric, which is perfect for easy clean up. (via Red Brolly)

Are you trying to cut back on your use of plastic bags? What do you think of making reusable snack bags? Talk to us in the comments below!