Although regular lunch bags are cheaper if you buy in bulk, create your own bag encourages creativity and allows you to use any type of paper you want. The designs are endless! Do not limit your creations just for lunch, the same concept can be applied to also create your own gift bags. Also, teach children how to make their own lunch bags can be a fun art project that requires a lot of supplies and creates a lot of clutter.
Pregnant or glue sticks lengthwise sides of two sheets of paper. The average letter size paper is 8.5 inches (21 6 cm ) by 11 inches (28 cm) and serves well, but the product end end up being less than the average lunch bag paper. However, for a more appropriate size bag, use tabloid paper, measuring 11 inches (28 cm) by 17 inches (43.2 cm).
Folds inward sides that encintaste paper, using the same width for both folds. Double the amount depends on how big you want your paper bag. For a thin bag, bent inward just a little paper bag for food with greater capacity, make big folds.
Open up the folds so that you stay with a design in the form of square box. Invest your folds, putting them in the bag, in the opposite direction from that originally plegaste. The paper should be resting on the table. Fold the bottom of the paper. Fold size again depends on how big you want the bottom of the bag. The paper should be starting to take the form of a lunch bag.
Spread the bottom of the bag you folded, keeping the rest of the bag flat on the table. Push both the innermost parts bag to the table so as to form two small triangles pointing to each other. Then all the remaining bends both sides of the bottom down on top of the smaller triangles. You should get two triangular pieces without facing ends.
Bend both top and bottom flaps of the bottom of the bag until they meet in the middle fold. Make sure that slightly overlap one on the other. Pregnant along the entire bottom of the bag so that the four flaps you created remain in place. A long strip of tape along the bottom center should serve. Open the bag, which is now ready for use.