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I'm willing to bet you could make them with waxed paper and an iron.. Don't put the iron directly on the wax paper use something between, I'd just experiment. You coul also use staples.
 

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They have these bags at QFC which is a Kroger chain of grocery store. They are not the same brand but similiar. I use to buy them for my mom (she could not get them at her house) anyway they are regularly $1.99 but would go on sale for $1.00 for a box of 25 or 50 I cannot remember off the top of my head.
 

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Duh , never even thought of just wrapping it in paper. Although I am thinking more for snacks, at school.I have found these small tuperware containers that are good for things like Kiwi and wet stuff.

hmm what grocer is everyone shopping at that you are finding these? Maybe they have them at Whole foods? Ugh I hate going there , its such a pain to get to.
 

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How about buying some wrap'n'mats instead? You can get the sale ones for $5 I think, and we throw them in the laundry when they are dirty.

Dh wraps up everything - snacks, fruit, sandwiches, meat, to pack in his lunch. Messy stuff gets packed in a tupperware type container.
 

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I didn't know these were machine washable! I am always washing them by hand and it's such a freaking pain to dry them!

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How about buying some wrap'n'mats instead? You can get the sale ones for $5 I think, and we throw them in the laundry when they are dirty.

Dh wraps up everything - snacks, fruit, sandwiches, meat, to pack in his lunch. Messy stuff gets packed in a tupperware type container.
 
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