Blackboard-inspired DIY lunch bag
Monday, December 17, 2012/
Paper lunch bags can be wasteful, but the reusable ones are often expensive. However, there’s a lunch bag on the market that is cheap and easy to make, and lets you write on it.
The DIY lunch bag comes from Facci Designs. It only requires some basic sewing skills and some blackboard oil cloth.
Once the cloth has been cut up and sewn into the shape of a bag, it can be written on with chalk, allowing mums to leave notes for their kids or remind their husbands of important points.
Given the pace of households these days, it can be hard to remember everything that needs to be done, which is why this creation is so handy.
Can you think of any others to help busy mums and dads?
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