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Thread: Working on for flea market/craft show

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    Working on for flea market/craft show

    Trying to get several of these finished in time for my first-time ever selling anything! My daughters love these for their kids' lunches. Hope everyone else does too or else I'll be stuck with them!
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    How exciting. Hope you sell everything.

    Linda

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    I must be dense, what are you making? Napkins?

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    very nice....

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    What are they?

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    It is a reusable sandwich wrapper and snack bag. The snack bag is not pictured too good, sorry. It is behind the wrapper. They are totally washable and keep sandwiches and snacks fresh. Like I said, my daughters love them for their kids' lunches and talked me into makes lots of them to sell at this craft fair. The insides are made of nylon ripstock. Sorry if you guys were confused!

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    Good luck....wish I had had them when my kids were little.

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    I bought some like this at a church fund raiser. They were lined with clear plastic - are these? Can't tell. Used it for a long time back when I was working. Sured saved a lot of throw away plastic sandwich bags. Thought at the time they would be fun to make, but forgot about them since I retired.
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    good luck they are very nice!!!!
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    Hint...put a sandwich inside for display.
    Promote it as going green.
    They should make it mandatory.
    Hey, if they can limit what si3 soda you can buy in new york, then they shouldd make people go green for lunch.
    super great idea, best of luck...sell out by noon.

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