Magnet Snack Pouch

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By General Crafts Contributor Victoria from the blog Dazzle While Frazzled.

DIY Reusable Snack Pouches

School is starting. YAY! Start the new year with a DIY magnet-closure snack pouch. Also great for pens and pencils, or to hold personal toiletries in your purse.


Step #1:
Cut a total of four sections of fabric: two at 9”w x 11”h and two at 9”w x 6”h. (Make larger or smaller depending on your needs.)

Magnet Snack Pouch collage 1

Step #2:
Pin the two longer pieces of fabric with right sides together. At one end, use a ruler to form a triangle-like shape.

Additionally, pin the two shorter pieces of fabric with right sides together.

Magnet Snack Pouch collage 2

Step #3:

Sew these two separate sections. Once sewn, turn fabric so right sides are out.

Magnet Snack Pouch collage 3

Step #4:
Apply super glue to the first super magnet. It will be applied to the inside of the top piece of fabric of the longer section, in the triangle point.

Now apply super glue to the second super magnet. It will be applied to the inside of the top piece of fabric of the shorter section. To determine where exactly to adhere this magnet, you will need to place the two sewn sections together, fold down the pointed section of the longer piece to get a placement for this second magnet.

Magnet Snack Pouch collage 4

Step #5:
With the magnets secured, pin the two sewn sections with right sides together. Sew.

Magnet Snack Pouch collage 5

Step #6:
With the bottoms sewn together, fold the shorter section up. Pin the sides together and sew to form the pouch. Happy snacking!

DIY Reusable Snack Pouches

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About Victoria

Hi! I'm Victoria, the Dazzle behind the Frazzle! I am the {often frazzled} mom to three kids, ages 2-7. Even though I'm sorta reserved in personality, when it comes to our home, it is full of color, unique DIY home decor projects and lots of quirks and character. I love that my ideas aren't what you may find all over Pinterest. My biggest thrill is coming up thrifty solutions to pricier decor ideas! I rip out pages from pricey catalogs and inspire to make it myself. Some popular projects include Backsplash with a 1920s Vibe, DIY Hanging Orb Planter and No Sew Cloth Basket Liners. Visit DazzleWhileFrazzled today!

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