I am in no position to make an original post today, or any other day since Tuesday, (it has been very busy here; I only just discovered in my own mid that today is Friday) but I'm happy to post this clever and useful post from Oh Happy Day about using the desktop printer to print on lunch bags. Jordan, proprietress of Oh Happy Day used Adobe Illustrator to design something to put on there, but I think in the brown bag genre you could really do something cute just in Microsoft word, which she suggests.
I'll go a little further. If I were doing this in Microsoft Word, I would choose a short phrase, choose a really thick sans-serif font, justify the text, and have the color be brown, red, or a light-ish blue (that might not show up real well, but instead be kind of a cool ghosting effect). Or, I would choose a script and just put one word or a name on there. Then I would draw a heart or a star or a smiley face, maybe at the tip of the final flourish of the word.
All for now. Have a great weekend!