Make your own Reusable Sandwich Wrap

Saturday, October 25, 2008 1:16
Posted in category Crafts, Make your own

Do you like the idea of Wrap-n-Mat so you don’t have to use so many plastic baggies, use up plastic wrap or wash as many plastic containers? Unfortunately, Wrap-n-Mats can be hard to find – I have yet to actually see one in a store!  They are quite economical to purchase, but you can also make your own version for lunches if you want some different fabric styles.

There are several tutorials available online. Crazy Mumma has intructions along with photos of her version of reusable sandwich wrap, CraftZine has one (which totally reminds me of the unbleached earth-friendly fabric with a bit of a print on it and eHow has one too.  Blog with Alex used a vinyl table cloth, red checkered of course, to line hers with, so it was very easy to wipe down and reuse. 

And, there is an added bonus, these also act like a placemat, which is good if your child (or hubby!) tends to be one who drops crumbs all over the place!

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2 Responses to “Make your own Reusable Sandwich Wrap”

  1. Leah S says:

    October 26th, 2008 at 12:05 pm

    What a brilliant idea, I LOVE it! I have never seen these before. I can’t sew, but I just might buy one of these for my son. I guess my son won’t be as enthusiastic when he gets it in his stocking!!!

  2. Melissa says:

    February 20th, 2010 at 12:45 pm

    Excellent! I love these. I use waxed paper or plastic sandwich boxes currently, I’d love a few sandwich wraps too.