Geeky Paper Lunch Bag Prints
UPDATE (April 28th/2013): Krusty Burger now added! My way of saying thanks to the influx of hobbyists coming here daily to make these.
The new template is below with the others. Original post as follows:
Another printable for you to tackle, for those who like really easy DIY. These are logos you can print onto your paper lunch bag to make it look like a take-out bag:
You can use white paper bags or regular brown bags (for that McDonald’s look). Your choices are Los Pollos Hermanos, The Krusty Krab, Mooby’s, and Smiley’s (that only took a minute to make so why not?).
You can find the instructions and downloads after the jump.
The art is sized to a standard 8.5″ x 11″ piece of paper (ignore cropping warnings). It is upside down and offset to allow for the correct placement of the paper bag loaded like so:
It should work on most printers, this is about the same as printing on card paper or a thick envelope. If it jams or doesn’t feed, sorry. I recommend you print just the one side. Use the sliding guide on the feeder (what you use for envelopes) to help load the paper bag optimally.
The layout is for the standard 5.5″ wide bag. It should look slightly off for 6″ bags. You might have to nudge the artwork in Photoshop or Paint if you want it centered better.
Click to enlarge, save to your computer, then print as-is.
I’m aware this isn’t a new idea, as there are a few other places online you can do a Pollos Hermanos lunch bag, albeit you can’t print directly on the bag with those. But the other 3 designs are new to this type of project.
With a geeky printed bag you might find yourself saving the bag and re-using it more! Good for the environment. I hope you enjoy these.
Posted on September 11, 2012, in Films, Food, Health, TV and tagged American Beauty, Arts and Crafts, Breaking Bad, DIY, diy project, Films, Food, Kevin Smith, Krusty Burger, Papercraft, Spongebob Squarepants, TV. Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.