Tapestry Lunchbox

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Designer Frederique Morrel makes me feel embarrased for using a ziplock bag. These quirky lunchboxes made from vintage tapestries have to be one most unique ways to carry lunch I have ever seen. ” Based on the convenient format of a well known meal container for kids available at fast-food restaurants. Folds flat. Each product is one-of-a-kind”. Beautiful.
Frédérique Morrel


DIY: Oilcloth Lunch Bags

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The same oilcloth that covers your kitchen table can transport your children’s lunches — or your own — in leak-free style. These reusable bags will cut back on waste since they can simply be washed with a damp sponge (oilcloth is not washing-machine safe). Use a single pattern for the whole bag, or cut out complementary patterns or solid colors for side panels. You can attach small Velcro tabs to hold the bags closed, or clip the tops with colorful wooden clothespins.

Oilcloth Crafts: Lunch Bags. Via Swissmiss.


Built NY Lunch Bag

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Tired of taking your lunch to work in a paper bag only to see that your favourite ravioli dish has leaked through to those important papers for your boss? Metal lunch boxes with cartoon characters not your style? Bad marketing style intro. aside the Built NY Lunch Bag might be a great way to take your lunch to work with a semblance of style. It’s an insulated two compartment design that holds food and drink separately, is avaliable in 5 different colours, opens up to form a placemat, and when finished can be rolled up or stored flat. Luckily if your ravioli does spill the Built NY Lunch Bag is machine washable.
You can view and purchase it on their site.