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Lunch Bag Fun
Lunch Bag Fun
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Lunch Bag Fun

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Make lunchtime extra fun with these colorful owl and hungry monster lunch bag add-ons. Quick and easy projects for back to school crafting!

Step: 1

Bead Colors Needed:

  • Pink - 15
  • Plum - 7
  • Yellow - 12
  • Cheddar - 7
  • Orange - 10
  • Kiwi Lime - 42
  • Light Green - 57
  • Toothpaste - 26
  • Dark Blue - 18
  • Black - 42
  • White - 20

See the Supply List for beads and tools you can purchase here. You will also need:

  • Reusable lunchbags
  • Hot glue gun
Step: 2

Download the PDF for the Lunch Bag Fun Project Pattern. You will use the large heart, large square, and large hexagon pegboards to create your projects. If you are using a clear pegboard, slide the actual-size pattern underneath it. Place your beads following the pattern.

Step: 3

Ask an adult to fuse your designs. Place your pegboard on a flat, heat-safe surface. Set a household iron to the medium setting. Place ironing paper over the pegboard. In a circular motion, begin to iron the project. When ironed properly, the beads will still have open centers. DO NOT OVER-IRON as this will cause the beads to close and can make assembly of your project more challenging. Let the design cool.

Step: 4

Remove the paper and bead design from the pegboard. Flip the design over to expose the non-fused side. Repeat the fusing. Let cool completely. Once the design is cool, peel off the ironing paper. Your pegboards and ironing paper are reusable.

Note: Beads need heat for about 10-20 seconds per side to fuse evenly. Lift the paper occasionally to see how the beads are fusing. Additional heating time may be required.

Step: 5

ASSEMBLY: Hot glue (adult only) the designs onto the lunchbags.