Introduction: The Compact Reusable Lunch Bag
Want to save the environment? Want a better lunch box? Want both? Well now you can! With the Compact Reusable Lunch Bag, lunch becomes both compact and green! (Note, green lunches are better for you)
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Step 1: Materials
For your lunch bag, you will need the following:
-A small brown paper bag, such as the ones from stores that sell things such as soaps and put them in the little bags.
Step 2: Wrap 'er Up
The first part you want to cover is the bottom. Cover it so it has an evenly placed layer and is just starting to creep up on the sides, as shown below.
Step 3: Wrap 'er Up Again
Now Start to wrap up the sides. Don't worry about going all the way around because at the end you will create a "seam" by placing a vertical piece of duct tape to cover it all up.
Step 4: Add the "Seems"
Finally, you will add a piece of duct tape to the sides where the brown paper is poking out. The vertical piece of duct tape will cover the last of the paper making the bag just short of indestructible. I made one in March of my freshman year of high school and now in my senior year of high school I am still using it. I have not had to add any tape to it in the time that I have been using it. It is fantastic, if I do say so myself.
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