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Favorite Photo Decoupaged Tote Bag

Crafters young and old (or young at heart) will love adding a DIY touch to this Favorite Photo Decoupaged Tote Bag. Teen craft projects are a great excuse to introduce creativity and fun into an otherwise unexciting day. Pick a meaningful image and simply print it onto a piece or cardstock or fabric film. In only five simple steps you can add your image to a plain canvas tote bag. This is a great gift idea for a friend or parent.

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Materials:

  • Tote bag
  • Outdoor Mod Podge
  • Printed image on fabric film or cardstock
  • Foam brush

 

Instructions:

  1. Print the image of your choice on fabric film or cardstock.
     
  2. Apply a medium layer of Mod Podge to the printed image.
     
  3. Apply the image to the tote bag.
     
  4. Let dry for five minutes and apply a sealer coat of Mod Podge.

 

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I have ruined 4 bags trying this. I followed instructions, but ended up with big messes. Since you say apply to image that is the side I did. What happens to the cardstock? Mine just stayed there. Is it supposed to peel off? Tried that too, doesn't work. Further instructions would be nice. Everything I did was a disaster. Thank you. Janet Fenwick

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