How to Decorate a Fabric Tote Bag with Seguins

How to Decorate a Fabric Tote Bag with Seguins

How to Decorate a Fabric Tote Bag with Seguins
How to Decorate a Fabric Tote Bag with Seguins

"Having as an excuse the latest law in my country for the plastic bags and because I always want to protect the environment, it was the perfect time to start using my fabric tote bags again! My favorite bags especially for the Summer time! And if you take into consideration that are my favorite baseline to experiment with diy, then you can imagine how thrilled I was! Afterall it is amazing to create your own accessories for the Summer and not only! So after my Geometric Tote Bag and my beloved Tote Bag with Bows , it was about time to get a new bag and "play" with it! This time, it was a fabric bag with parrots in amazing bold colors! "

Materials List

  • tote bag
  • Glue for Fabrics
  • Seguin Ribbon
  • Scissor

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This is such a wonderful upcycled project for a tote. I have some plain canvas bags in white and beige that could use a makeover. I normally use them for grocery shopping but now that it's summer, I could decorate one with a palm tree or a flamingo, keeping up with the tropical trend. It's super easy and maybe you've never thought sequins were cool but you will when you see this.

What a cute and fun idea. These would be a great item to make and sell here in Florida. Anything tropical will go over big time. And now that you haven spired me with this easy to do project my creative juices are flowing. Next up for my grand daughter is a SpongeBob tote!

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