5 Minute Friday: Printable Thanksgiving Leftover Bags

Five Minute Friday

Welcome to 5 Minute Friday. This is a weekly post where we share quick tips, projects, and recipes that can all be completed in 5 minutes or less! The topic this week is Printable Thanksgiving Leftover Bags.

DIY Printable Thanksgiving Leftover Bags

It’s mid-November and we are quickly approaching my favorite holiday, Thanksgiving. Turkey, corn, mashed-potatoes, cranberry salad and pumpkin pie! Yum! With all of that delicious food there is bound to be mounds of leftovers. Now, only if you had cute bags to send some of that food home with your holiday guests…Oh wait you can! Just follow this super easy tutorial and you will be all set.

Supplies
– Paper Bags- the plain old brown lunch ones work great
– Printer- I have an inkjet and these bags turned out awesome! Results may vary with a laser printer.

Ready! Here we go!

Step 1:
Place your brown paper bag against a plain piece of computer paper in your printer so the ink prints on the same side as the flap. There is a seam down the non-flap side of the bag that makes printing difficult if you try using it.

DIY Printing on Paper Bag

Step 2:
Print one at a time. The plain computer paper will feed through with your bag. And that’s it!

DIY Thanks Leftover bags

Super easy, right?

Click the image below for the free PDF link. Please download the file and open with Adobe Reader to ensure proper print sizing. When printing, make sure that Page Scaling is set to “None.”

Thanksgiving Leftover Bags

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