10 Things to Do with a Barf Bag

air-sickness-bag

  1. Collect the bags from every airline you’ve been on.
  2. Scrapbook.

  3. Reuse as envelopes. (use www.instructables.com for inspiration) this is a thing in Australia, according to Wikipedia.

  4. Write a letter to a friend on it.

  5. Make a hand puppet.

  6. Use for storage. Don’t forget, the bags seal!

  7. Use as a lunch bag.  (heh heh. Snicker snicker.)

  8. Place damp food leftovers in, seal, hold at arm’s length and proceed down entire aisle of plane looking green.

  9. Create a poster for that friend or teacher you have with the middle school sense of humor.

       10. Put on feet to make airplane slippers. Proceed down aisle again.

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Look for more airplane activities from Lizzy in the upcoming issue!

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2 thoughts on “10 Things to Do with a Barf Bag

  1. It’s a thing in Australia? Hmm… I live here, and I’ve never seen it. Maybe I’ll have to make it a thing again.

    When I was little, I never got airsick, but I got carsick *a lot*. My father used to collect as many puke bags as possible and put them in the car, particularly when we went on long car trips.

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