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I am spending some time this week with my kids at a friend’s house in South Dakota so I haven’t gotten any crafty posts done. The kids are having a blast spending time outside, riding four wheelers and dirt bikes while I catch up with my friends. I thought I would repost one of my back to school posts from last year about how to print on brown paper lunch bags.
These could be used as bags for school lunches or they could be used as treat bags at parties!
Create your printable in Word by changing the page size to what ever your bag size it. I set mine at 5×10. Then insert the graphic of your choice and position it where ever you want it.I found these images on Graphics Fairy but you child may be into cars or Pokemon or dogs. Use whatever your child likes.
Tape the flap down and the opening shut. I tried printing several different ways before trying to tape it and the bag kept getting jammed in the printer. This helps prevent that.
Insert the taped bag into the printer. Put the end with the taped opening into the printer first and make sure the taped down flap is face down.
After the image is printed, gently remove the tape.
To create a closure, just punch a couple of holes in the top of the bag and tie some ribbon or ric rac through the holes.
I hope you have a great weekend and I look forward to seeing what you’ve been working on at Monday’s link party! Be sure to check out the rest of my back to school posts by clicking on the school bus to the right or on the Back To School tab at the top of the page.
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