I am notorious for carting around a plethora of craft supplies. I take them to friends' houses to work on projects. I take them to work sporadically for special mission. And occasionally, when wonderful people buy from my Etsy shop, I have to tote their shipments to the post office. Amazingly enough - I don't have a bag to help me in my mission. Well... didn't. I DIDN'T have a bag. Until now!
In this tutorial, I use my Cricut Expressions 2 to cut iron-on material and apply to a canvas tote. Let's get started!
Cricut Expressions 2
1. Unroll your canvas tote, wash and iron out the wrinkles. Set aside.
**REMEMBER!!!** For iron-ons, you will be cutting the MIRROR image of your design.
Put the phrase into the line, spelled backwards and size to fit.
8. Carefully remove the excess material around your design and any pieces that you won't to iron onto the tote. This is called "weeding". Cricut sells a lot of "weeding" tools. I just use an X-Acto knife. Set aside.
I have already used this bag extensively! I love that I always know where my craft stuff is when I travel with it and ... well, it's cute. :) I hope you are inspired to make your own!