jurassic jaden lunch bag DIY

August 2, 2010

A number of folks have written in asking about the canvas lunch sacks for the Jurassic Jaden party so we thought we’d share how quick and easy they were to make!

We used Wilton EasyImage iron on transfers, these canvas bags and a simple design we created and printed onto the iron on transfers.

Once we printed the design onto the transfer we then cut it out and simply ironed.

And doneĀ  – simple, sweet and reusable lunch bags!



hannah on August 2, 2010:

love it, thanks!

Lorraine Russo on September 1, 2010:

Hi. Thank you for the DIY lunch bag. I am having trouble locating the Wilton Iron-on transfers product. I checked online but it is out of stock. Can you recommend some other places to locate it? Thank you.

Lorraine Russo-Harty

Hip Hip Hooray on September 2, 2010:

Hi Lorraine! Sorry for the delay in responding — we can’t seem to locate it online either. We haven’t tried it but the transfers by Avery look similar? http://www.createforless.com/Avery+T-Shirt+Transfer+Sheets+8.5x+11+Dark+3+pc/pid126699.aspx?utm_source=googlebase&utm_medium=cse

Good luck!

Leanne on January 28, 2011:

Is it possible to share the design itself? Thanks!

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Reecea on August 22, 2012:

I love this lunch bag! I included it in my collection of diy lunch bags and totes here:


Thanks for posting!

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