Recycled Oreo Zipper Bag Free Sewing Pattern

Recycled Oreo Zipper Bag Free Sewing Pattern

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Recycled Oreo Zipper Bag Free Sewing Pattern
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Turn an Oreo bag into a snack baggie you can use all year round. Use this easy step-by-step tutorial to create your own version of this Recycled Oreo Zipper Bag Free Sewing Pattern. These are fun bags to pack in kids lunches or soccer games or for school supplies. They are made durable by using clear iron-on vinyl and since they are cookie bags they are already food safe! Free sewing patterns don't always have to involve fabric. In fact, you can use a ton of unexpected supplies and even items you might otherwise discard. Kids will love showing off the unexpected design and will want to carry their lunch with them to school every single day.

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Time to CompleteIn an evening

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Difficulty LevelEasy

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I am all for being able to reuse items instead of just putting them in the trash. This is a very unique way to reuse an item that would probably just get thrown away. I am sure what will give me the most trouble will be the zipper but there are a few good photos to help me along the way. I love this idea and I know I will be looking for bag to use to make zipper food safe bags.

I love this. Oreo's are some of my favorite cookies. For a minute I was a little concerned that the Oreo bags that are being used now would not work. I am pleasantly surprised that that will not be an issue. I want to make as many of these as the iron on vinyl I purchase will allow. This is taking recycle to a whole other level.

Who doesn't love Oreos? The thought of making this cookie baggie excites me. I didn't know I could use iron-on vinyl and that it was good safe. Thanks for this tutorial, you have saved my bag packs from all those crumbs and broken pieces of cookies and chips leftover. This is such a simple sewing tutorial, I can pack as many snacks since I can make it as big or small as I want.

Every time that I think I have seen it all, you come up with something new. This is one of the neatest yet. I have four grand kids and I want to make one for each of them. It will be a really nice and unique gift. And I will happily volunteer to empty the cookie bags as needed!

This is so cool! I don't have a sewing machine, and have not used one in 30 probably. But this bag is small enough that I think I could get by with hand stitching it. I have NEVER heard of this iron on vinyl before and did not know what it was all about. Now that I know, I can say that I am currently thinking of MANY different uses for it!

Love this idea! My daughter would love to make them out of some of her favourite cookie bags. Have you tried larger versions? I would like to combine two bags to make a larger version for items like bread.

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