NOW is the time to start making those DIY gifts you want to give your loved ones this year. I have a bad habit of usually waiting until Christmas decorations start flooding my visual field before I remember that I want to make a bunch of DIY gifts each year, and by that time it's often too late to start working on the good ones. So don't make my same mistakes, get going no this DIY Leather Lunch Tote today!
How many of us pack a lunch for work? Most of my friends with office jobs have some sort of Tupperware / plastic bag combination, which if you consider that you carry that stuff everyday, likely isn't in keeping with your general lifestyle goals. So here's a simple and classic lunchbox design that keeps everything contained and is the perfect weekend project.
Brian Wood Arkansas-based BSquared Inc came up with this super creative solution for taking your tunes on the go. He built a portable iPod speaker/amplifier inside a vintage lunchbox, complete with a volume/power knob and beautiful wood casework to house the components.
According to Lunchboxes.com, a tiffin box is for a "Tiffin," a "lunch, or any light meal. It originated in British India, and is today found primarily in Indian English. The word originated when Indian custom superseded the British practice of an afternoon dinner, leading to a new word for the afternoon meal.
The stacked design corresponds to exactly how I love to eat lunch: a little serving of lots of stuff, in order.