120 pcs/package orcustomized
12 pcs/bail, each package 10 designs .
100 pcs.ctn or customized
10 pcs/polybag or customized
Fabric packaging bags are a great alternative to Styrofoam and other plastics when it comes to box packaging. These bags are very versatile, durable, easy to use, and don't have the harmful chemicals of plastics. They're also much easier to clean as they're tear resistant, and you can throw them in the washing machine and they will not mold or absorb smells.
Instead of using disposable paper and plastic containers, why not try reusable bags that will last for years to come? Also, if you have your kids doing a crafts project with crafts glue, why not give them reusable containers for the glue. Instead of buying supplies, craft projects, and craft items, why not make it yourself. Not only is it cheaper than buying your supplies in bulk, but you can use the materials over again.
Because it's so lightweight, these bags are perfect for packaging high quality paper, magazines, or even children's art projects. You can also use it for packaging kitchen ingredients, such as casseroles, sauce bottles, and more. Also, it's a great choice for packing mushrooms, peppers, onions, and more. These reusable containers are also great for packaging fruit and vegetables, as well as pasta, noodles, and more.
If you have a new school project or class assignment, you can pack it with supplies inside the box. Then, when you need the supplies, all you have to do is take out the bag and pop your items in. One of the best things about using fabric as a packaging material is that you can also cut up the fabric and sew the bag itself, or you can sew on to the inside of the bag. This allows you to use it in conjunction with fabric wrapping, because you can use the fabric to wrap the food, rather than packaging it.
If you're looking for a single sheet of material, consider doing a project around the house. You can make a very low-cost container for just one small item, then cut the material into four sections for each item. Your kids will love helping to pack for their summer camp, and their parents will be so pleased with how economical and cost-effective this type of bag is.
There are numerous fabrics you can use, like cotton and polyester, and they work beautifully for both food and arts projects. When you use a craft thread, you can actually use this fabric for sewing up a pattern or outfit, and also as a sewing machine cover. Don't forget to get a bag of matching thread so you can use the same colors to sew them together.
It's a good idea to keep the food you're packing within the bag as much as possible, so if you can, put it in the same layer as the fabric. Once you have a bunch of fabric products wrapped up, you can stack them on top of each other in a basket and stick them into a closet or under the bed. The hard part is letting the door fly open! Plus, you can store them for days, so you won't have to worry about getting out the boxes every time you need to pack.
If you're tired of having to clean the Styrofoam containers you use, or you just want something a little better, consider purchasing some fabric packaging bags. These are great alternatives to the unwanted plastic or Styrofoam. Use them to package with, or you can even save the excess fabric for an upcoming craft project.