Now that you are wrapping your sandwiches in an eco-friendly vinyl wrap
, you can go a step further and carry those wrapped sandwiches in a neat woodgrain oilcloth lunch bag
, courtesy of Derek and Lauren over at Design*Sponge.
To make the lunch bag, you'll need 1/2 yard woodgrain oilcloth, scissors, a sewing machine
, thread, a ruler, and Velcro
sticky dots. Derek and Lauren cut the pine woodgrain into three pieces, then sewed the pieces together. After turning the bag right side out, they attached the Velcro sticky dots, and the job was complete.
While many of the commenters like the oilcloth bag, a few think that the lunch bag really isn't eco-friendly at all. I think the bag is awful cute, and would argue the fact that if you use the bag every day, then it really is environmentally friendly, simply because you aren't using and tossing a paper bag