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Use fabric paint to make a DIY craft tote bag. Take your craft supplies on the go with a handy canvas tote and custom canvas pencil bags. This craft supply tote would make a fantastic gift!
I am a bit of an on-the-go crafter. See, I don’t have a dedicated craft room of home office. I have a closet office and a large dresser filled to the brim with craft supplies. So, when I work on craft projects, I often do it in the living room or at the kitchen table.
This means that I find myself gathering supplies in a basket or bag so that I can go work at a table in another room. I decided to make things a bit more structured by making a dedicated craft supply bag. Now, I can gather all of my supplies and take them on the go to work wherever I want… a friend’s house, a coffee shop, or just my kitchen table.
If you have a crafter in your life, this DIY bag would make a fantastic gift!
I stenciled a fun quote on this canvas tote, perfect for carrying my craft supplies:
Then I sprayed these canvas pouches, that can carry markers, notebooks, and other small to medium-sized crafting supplies:
Supplies needed to make this Craft Tote Bag
- Canvas tote
- Canvas pouches
- Tulip Color Shot fabric spray paint in black
- adhesive fabric stencils
- alphabet letters
- black fabric paint and pouncer brush
- ruler and pencil
- iron and ironing board
Bag #1 – A Stenciled Craft Tote Bag
- Start with your canvas tote. Unfold and iron it if needed.
- Measure out four even lines with a ruler and lightly mark them off with a pencil.
- Use the ruler as a guide for a straight line, then line up the letter stencils to create your quote.
- Load a pouncer brush with black fabric paint. Using a straight up-and-down motion, stencil the letters onto the tote.
- Before the paint has fully dried, carefully peel the stencils off the bag.
- Set the bag aside and let the fabric paint fully dry.
Bag #2 – A DIY Craft Supply Pouch
- Lay a canvas pouch flat.
- Place the alphabet stickers on the pouch and smooth flat.
- Optional: iron. If the stickers don’t stick well to the canvas, use an iron. Lay small piece of thin cotton fabric over the stickers and iron (no steam) on a low setting. This will re-activate the adhesive and give you crisp lines when you paint.
- In a well-ventilated area, spray the fabric paint over the stickers.
- Before the paint has fully dried, carefully peel the stickers off the canvas.
- Set the bag aside, and let the paint fully dry before use.
Thanks again to Hobby Lobby for sponsoring this post! Now it’s your turn to get crafting. Visit your local Hobby Lobby store or HobbyLobby.com to shop a variety of wearable craft supplies and canvas bags that make the perfect blank slate for your stencil decorations – no matter what your style. Be sure to use your 40% off coupon to snag a deal!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Hobby Lobby. The opinions and text are all mine.
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