Well Rounded Poly-Canvas Bag Created with Iron-on-Inks

Good morning! Nicole here. I have a fun project to share with you today. I promise you, I wasn’t thinking about candy when I created this adorable bag. But, it sure does look like something I bought from the candy store. It’s such a fun bag and I had a ton of fun making it.

Disclaimer: “The Crafter’s Workshop provided me with some product to create this project. The opinions I share are solely my own.”

To begin, I traced the canvas bag onto copy paper using a pencil so I knew the amount of space I was working with.

Then, I used Pastel Sublimation Markers and the TCW384 Mini Well Rounded Stencil to create the patterns. I simply used the markers and colored in the images through the stencil.

After I was finished coloring in the patterns, I added protective sheets at the bottom and top of the project and then I popped the canvas in my heat press at 400 degrees for 45 seconds. Once the bag cooled down, I used super glue to glue down the clay circles and then I added a few buttons using thread and a needle.

Isn’t this bag darling! I just love it so much. It totally makes me happy! I created a video so you can see how this beauty came together.

Thank you for visiting today! I hope you have a fabulous week!

Nicole Martel, Design Team Member

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