I love using anything brown to wrap gifts and that includes lunch bags. I closed the tops of these bags with a zig zag stitch and spray glued leftover wrapping paper scraps to add color. If you don’t have a sewing machine, fold over the top and use double stick tape or a sticker to seal shut.
Roll down the sides of a paper bag and line with a cloth napkin to fill with baked goods. These are pirogis, a Salit family tradition. They are rolls filled with bacon, pork and onion. Recipe to come!
Use packaging materials to wrap gifts. These came in a box to protect a gift I ordered online.