DIY Lunch Bags: 10 Cute, Simple, and Free Tutorials to Make Your Own Lunch Bags

It’s just about that time! Can you believe it? Back-to-school time is here already? I remember, as a kid, how fun it was to get all stocked up with supplies, and nothing was more exciting than a new lunch bag. I’ve rounded up ten of the simplest, cutest, and most useful free lunch bag tutorials on the web, including zip lunch bags, oil cloth lunch bags, lunch bags for bento boxes, DIY sandwich wraps, snack bags, and more, so you are sure to find one that fits your lunch-packing style. Check out our round up of DIY Lunch Bags: 10 Free Tutorials for Adorable Lunch Bags…

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  • Lunch Bag 1 of 11
    Lunch Bag
    Get the free tutorial at The Long Thread.
  • Oil Cloth Lined Lunch Tote 2 of 11
    Oil Cloth Lined Lunch Tote
    Make a wipe-clean lunch tote to fit any size container with this tute. We use this every single day. Get the free tutorial at Prudent Baby.
  • Resuable Snack Bag 3 of 11
    Resuable Snack Bag
    Get the free tutorial at Prudent Baby.
  • Handled Lunch Bag 4 of 11
    Handled Lunch Bag
    Get the free tutorial at Pink Penguin.
  • Lunch Sack 5 of 11
    Lunch Sack
    Get the free tutorial at A Lemon Squeezy Home.
  • Vintage Pillowcase Lunchbox 6 of 11
    Vintage Pillowcase Lunchbox
    Get the free tutorial at Oh Fransson.
  • Zip Top Lunch Bag 7 of 11
    Zip Top Lunch Bag
    Get the free tutorial at Blissful.
  • Reusable Sandwich Bags 8 of 11
    Reusable Sandwich Bags
    Get the free tutorial at Along for the Ride.
  • Oilcloth Lunch Bag 9 of 11
    Oilcloth Lunch Bag
    Get the free tutorial at Tumbling Blocks.
  • Fold-over Lunch Bag 10 of 11
    Fold-over Lunch Bag
    Get the free tutorial at Blissful.
  • Make Your Own Lunch Bags 11 of 11
    Make Your Own Lunch Bags
    Did we miss any awesome DIY lunch bag tutorials? Let us know about them in the comments!
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