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Reusable Eco Sandwich and Snack Bag Set of 2 - Organic Cotton - Lime - Back to School $18 - Today Pin
Reusable Eco Sandwich and Snack Bag Set of 2 - Organic Cotton - Lime --- Back to School $18 - - #DIYandcrafts
a piece of bread sitting on top of a microwave
DIY Reusable Microwave Popcorn Bag sewing tutorial
Learn how to sew a microwave popcorn bag to sell on Etsy or Amazon / sewing pattern for a microwavable bag
there are two pictures of tea bags in the same cup and saucer, one is filled with green tea
Reusable tea bags
DIY: reusable tea bags by Ccathadley
diy reusable snack bags quick and easy no sever or zippers
Reusable Snack Bags: Easy Beginner-Level, Hand or Machine Sewn
DIY Reusable Snack Bags with full instructions! In the interest of full disclosure, I warn you that I am not a very good seamstress. I am really good at sewing a straight line, but that’s about it. So don’t worry if you aren’t good at sewing. If I can do this, so can you. I promise. Just give it a shot! Click thru to find out how!
two pictures showing how to make reusable food wrap for sandwiches and apple slices
Tutorial: Reusable waxed fabric food wraps
Emily from Life Sew Savory shares a tutorial for making reusable food wraps from waxed fabric. If you’re thinking, “But I don’t have any waxed fabric!”, don’t worry &…
three different types of cloth scrunffles on a white surface with blue and grey stripes
Linen & Cotton Bowl Cover Set
We love how easy these linen and cotton bowl covers are to cover food and ingredients. They’re washable and reusable and come in a variety of sizes
two mugs with tea bags on them sitting next to each other and the words diy reusable tea bags free sewing pattern
Craftsy.com | Express Your Creativity!
If you mom enjoys a good cup of tea she would love these DIY, reusable cloth tea bags. Make them extra personal by adding a photo or a special button to the end of the string.
several pieces of cloth sitting on top of a wicker basket next to scissors and air plants
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Break up with cotton balls by making these DIY reusable makeup remover pads. These are great for going zero waste, and they work just as well as disposable cotton! Plus they're cute to boot.