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Iron-On Veggie Bags

Did you know yesterday was National Eat Your Vegetables Day?! I don’t usually need an excuse to eat more than my fair share of vegetables but if you do perhaps these easy to make iron-on bags will inspire you to eat more. These bags are great for the farmers market or to store your veggies in the fridge!

Iron-On Veggie Bags | Oh Happy Day! Iron-On Veggie Bags | Oh Happy Day! Iron-On Veggie Bags | Oh Happy Day!

Materials: Printable veggie bag template, 8.5 x 11 printable Iron-on transfer paper (I used Epson Iron-on Cool Peel paper), muslin bag, (larger sizes work well too), scissors, iron & ironing board (not pictured)

Step 1: Print out the veggie bag template on 8.5 x 11 iron-on transfer paper.
Step 2: With scissors, cut out the template getting as close to the artwork edge as possible.
Step 3: Iron out the muslin bag if there are any wrinkles. Place the veggie bag template face down in the center of the bag. Iron the template to the bag (for best results follow instructions provided with the printable iron-on paper).
Step 4: Let bag & template cool then carefully peel the iron-on paper off of the bag.
Step 5: Go to the market and fill the bag with your favorite favorite vegetables!

Iron-On Veggie Bags | Oh Happy Day! Iron-On Veggie Bags | Oh Happy Day!

  1. Nadja

    June 18, 2014

    Trés belle idée !

  2. Debbie

    June 18, 2014

    Such a cute idea! Will have to try:)

  3. Meg

    June 18, 2014

    Great way of getting people involved in a DIY that then they use! Happy veggie day! I am on a juice-ing binge so I’ll have mine in liquid form today 🙂

  4. Nina

    June 18, 2014

    Very cute! Great gift idea….the bag full of fresh veggies! Love this!

  5. Hillary | Nutrition Nut on the Run

    June 18, 2014

    so stinkin’ cute!!i heart veggies.

  6. Rebecca

    June 18, 2014

    Have you bought bags from this site? I looked forever for cheap fabric grocery bags for an upcoming wedding project and was shocked how expensive they are. I’d love a reliable source.

  7. GaiaGoodnessNaturalFoods

    June 24, 2014

    So glad i found this post. It’s perfect for my upcoming IndieGoGo campaign. As one of the perks, I want to give away these bags with my logo and some cute fruits and veggies on the back of the bag. I was going to pay for them to get printed which was going to cost me an arm and a leg, but I’ll will definitely give this project a try. It looks super easy. Any suggestions on where to order the bags from for a great price?

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    June 25, 2014

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