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Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Great White Shark Glitter Vinyl Tote Bag!

This fun craft was made with products I received at no cost from Oriental Trading and Cricut.
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 Great White Shark Glitter Vinyl Tote Bag!
"I'm so great" pun book bag--perfect for Shark Week!
Okay, next week is Shark Week, so get some crafts ready to go to add to the fun!
I've got shark themed crafts all week!
This craft is adorable and works best with a Cricut Explore Air 2 machine!
Don't have one?  Enter my giveaway for your chance to win!!!
 You'll need:
Canvas bag (Oriental Trading)
Glitter Iron-on, Multi
Cricut® Iron-on Lite, White
Cricut Explore Air™ 2 machine
Iron
and these 2 png shark silhouette files:

Right click to save off, personal use only.
Here's the body.
 And the underbelly.
Upload the png images into the Cricut Design Space.
Cut the large body out of multi colored glitter iron on.
Then cut the belly out of white iron on.
Weed out the excess vinyl.
Simple shapes, so it does not take long.  You could cut them by hand with a hobby knife if you don't have a fantastic machine.
Place the shark, plastic side up on the tote.
Press the iron on it for a few seconds.
Peel off the plastic when it is cool.
Then line up the white part on the shark.
Iron carefully so the hot iron doesn't touch the exposed glitter vinyl.  You can cover with a tea towel if you want.  Press down firmly for about 15 seconds.
Let cool and peel back the plastic.
I used a hole punch to punch a little eye from the weeded part of the white vinyl.  You can use scissors and cut a circle.
Then use white vinyl to cut the phrase "I'm so Great"  I used a free font called HVD comic serif pro
Iron it on the same as the other pieces, peel off plastic when cooled!
Now you can fill it with books and other sharky fun!
Come back every day this week for more Sharktastic fun!
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