5 Projects for Picnicking

[On the Blog] 5 Projects for Picnicking

Summer might be almost over and people are already thinking about heading back to school, but there’s still time for a picnic! Head out into the fresh air and sunshine to celebrate summer’s last hoorah. Before the weather and leaves begin to change, here are 5 projects that will have you ready for a picnic.

PB & J Sandwich Bags

PB & J Sandwich Bags

Pack your lunch in style with these decorated wax bags. Attach a ticket so that each bag can be labeled with the owner’s name, and you’ll be able to keep everyone’s different sandwiches straight.

Click here for a closer look.

 

Picnic-Style Place Cards

Picnic-Style Place Cards

Attach these tags to their lunch bags, or clothespin them to the tablecloth to weigh it down against the summer breeze. These decorative tags also serve as a reminder of the good times that they can take home as a souvenir.

Click here for a closer look.

 

It’s in the Bag Project

It's in the Bag Project

Spoil the kids with a delicious treat bag full of their favorite candies and goodies. Plus, these bags are perfect for wrapping up leftovers from your day of fun.

Click here for a closer look.

 

Sweet Tooth Cupcake Toppers

Sweet Tooth Cupcake Toppers

Top every cupcake with a festive flag to celebrate the occasion. In just a few minutes, create these washi tape flags for instant DIY touch to all your favorite picnicking foods.

Click here for a closer look.

 

Have a Treat Packaging Inspiration

Have a Treat Packaging Inspiration

This picnicking version of the “to-go box” is a great way to have your guest wishing for more. Each bag fits a single cookie and will have them leaving the party with the best taste in their mouth.

Click here for a closer look.

 

Mingle Magazine

For even more party-planning, get-together-throwing, and shindig-having inspiration, check out Mingle Magazine.

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[On the Blog] 5 Projects for Picnicking

Summer might be almost over and people are already thinking about heading back to school, but there’s still time for a picnic! Head out into the fresh air and sunshine to celebrate summer’s last hoorah. Before the weather and leaves begin to change, here are 5 projects that will have you ready for a picnic.

PB & J Sandwich Bags

PB & J Sandwich Bags

Pack your lunch in style with these decorated wax bags. Attach a ticket so that each bag can be labeled with the owner’s name, and you’ll be able to keep everyone’s different sandwiches straight.

Click here for a closer look.

 

Picnic-Style Place Cards

Picnic-Style Place Cards

Attach these tags to their lunch bags, or clothespin them to the tablecloth to weigh it down against the summer breeze. These decorative tags also serve as a reminder of the good times that they can take home as a souvenir.

Click here for a closer look.

 

It’s in the Bag Project

It's in the Bag Project

Spoil the kids with a delicious treat bag full of their favorite candies and goodies. Plus, these bags are perfect for wrapping up leftovers from your day of fun.

Click here for a closer look.

 

Sweet Tooth Cupcake Toppers

Sweet Tooth Cupcake Toppers

Top every cupcake with a festive flag to celebrate the occasion. In just a few minutes, create these washi tape flags for instant DIY touch to all your favorite picnicking foods.

Click here for a closer look.

 

Have a Treat Packaging Inspiration

Have a Treat Packaging Inspiration

This picnicking version of the “to-go box” is a great way to have your guest wishing for more. Each bag fits a single cookie and will have them leaving the party with the best taste in their mouth.

Click here for a closer look.

 

Mingle Magazine

For even more party-planning, get-together-throwing, and shindig-having inspiration, check out Mingle Magazine.

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