Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Kid's Crafty Tote

Create a special tote for your little, or not so little ones to use to carry their supplies from place to place.

The wood tote came from the dollar bin. It was already red so that saved me a step - no painting!

You will need:
  • Joy® Embroidered Iron On Letters - White
  • wood tote
  • white paint pen
  • felt die cut ribbon
  • colored rhinestones
  • glue gun
  • ruler
  • lo-tac tape

1. Add small details around the edge of the tote using a white paint pen.

2.  Arrange the letters on the tote. Use a quilting ruler to make sure everything is centered and straight.
Use a low tack tape to mark where the letters will be placed. This tape leaves no residue when it is removed, and it won't damage dried paint.


3. Adhere the letters to the front with lo-temp glue, then remove the tape.
4. Adhere the die cut ribbon to the front under the letters then add contrasting rhinestones to the center of the flowers.
You can find Joy®, iron-on embroidered letters and letter sheets at your local craft store.

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