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Colorful Queen Bee Bag

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Get creative with Tulip fashion graffiti. Carry around your fashion queen bee tote bag from I Love to Create. It's nicely decorated with its bright colors and designs.

Materials:

  • Tulip® Fashion Graffiti™ Big Phat Fabric Marker™
    • Blackout
    • Long Island
    • No Parking
    • Rush Hour
    • Sky Line
    • SoHo
  • Tulip® Fashion Graffiti™ Fabric Paint Cannon™
  • Tulip® Surface Cover™
  • Tulip® Fashion Graffiti™ Cannon Fabric Paint™
    • Blackout
    • Cosmopolitan
  • Chalk pencil – gray (optional)
  • Messenger bag – white – natural fibers

Instructions:

  1. Cover work surface with Tulip® Surface Cover™. Lay bag on prepared surface.
     
  2. Use the Blackout Fabric Marker to create an outline of the word “QUEEN” across bag. Draw a bumblebee resting on top of the “N” and a crown on top of the “Q.” Refer to photo. Tip: If desired, use a gray chalk pencil to lightly draw out designs before tracing over with marker.
     
  3. Use Blackout to draw stars and other desired designs on bag. Color in “QUEEN” with Skyline Fabric Marker, adding accents as shown with SoHo. Color in bumblebee with No Parking and Blackout.
     
  4. Color in crown with Rush Hour in the middle and Cosmopolitan around the edges as shown. Use each marker to create lines and color splotches all over front of bag as shown. Let designs on bag dry.
     
  5. Fill Fabric Paint Cannon with Cosmopolitan Cannon Fabric Paint then spray randomly on bag and strap, following package instructions. Pour remaining color back into bottle and clean Paint Cannon.
     
  6. Pour Blackout Cannon Fabric Paint into Paint Cannon. Lift bag flap up and spray pouch with Blackout, then spray randomly over bag strap. Let dry.

 

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