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Feeling Crafty Iron-on Designs Tote Bag with Cricut EasyPress 2

craft a tote bag in less than 5 minutes.

 Feeling Crafty Iron-on Transfer Tote Bag with Cricut EasyPress 2 

Crafting is life...so this bag is perfection.  The best part, this tote bag takes less than 5 minutes to put together!  Fill the tote with on-the-go craft supplies and take the show on the road!
 Supplies for this post were supplied by Cricut and Tote Bag Factory.  Affiliate links included.   You will need a tote bag of your favorite color...mine is blue!  Here's the link for this great bag, in a variety of colors.  This bag is sturdy and strong.  It is fully lined (in lime green) and has an inside zipper pocket.  I love the handles and the strong stitching.
You will also need:
Cricut EasyPress 2 Large
Cricut EasyPress Mat Large
Iron-On Designs Anna Griffin Feeling Crafty
Colored Canvas Tote
These iron on designs are perfection!  They are easy to press on the surface of your choice.  Heat up the EasyPress 2 to the recommended setting.  Place the tote on the EasyPress Mat.
Warm up the tote and iron out the wrinkles with the EasyPress 2.
Take the backing off the Iron-On Design and place it centered on the tote.
I covered it with the protective sheet, but this was not necessary.
Then place the EasyPress 2 on the design and press firmly, but don't stand on it.
Remove the EasyPress 2, turn over the canvas and warm up the other side.
Let the design cool down completely and then peel the cover sheet off.
Boom!  That is it!  Is the simplest and quickest craft!  In just under 5 minutes you can have the best crafting tote in the land.
Iron-On Designs are a great way to craft with large groups of people...great for summer camps...perfect for handmade gifts and more!
Fill with markers, paper, yarn and crochet hooks, and all the fun supplies!
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1 comment:

FunDIY said...

Feeling Crafty. This tote bag look amazing. Bright, fun colors. Love the iron-on designs you chose, it is good that they are precut. Looking forward to see similar projects, thanks

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