DIY Fabric Patch Library Tote Bag

The kids are back in school!   How adorable is this tote bag for library books.  It's super easy to make which makes it a great project to do with kids!

What you need:
Aleene's Fabric Fusion Peel & Stick Sheets
Scribbles 3D Paints
Pet Shop Die Collections by Ellison
Laura Kelly Buttons by Buttons Galore
– Diecut machine
– scissors

Apply the adhesive sheets to the felt/fabric with one of the sticky sides. Choose a design and either cut it out or run it through a die machine to get the shape you want. I used the adorable puppy from my Pet Shop Collection with Ellison, because it's brand new and I love it!

Peel the other side of the adhesive sheet and apply it to the tote bag. This is permanent, so be careful how you place it!
Then I added buttons with the Fast Grab glue and used Scribbles paint to create outlines and eyes for the puppy.
I added a little polka dot ribbon for the final pizazz. Ta da!

Happy Crafting (and reading library books too).


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January 15, 2015