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Folk Art Teacher Bags


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Design by: terriski (10 Projects)
Project skill level: easy
Project time: less than 30 minutes
Project tags: Boxes/Bags/Tags Fashion Teacher Gifts/Cards Grade School Preschool/Kindergarten Gifts

A canvas tote bag using Folk Art Cartridge

CRICUT ®: WHAT WAS USED

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED

  • Square 1 Masterpiece Iron

STEP-BY-STEP How-TO INSTRUCTIONS

For this project - I used Square 1 Masterpiece inkjet printable iron on. I didn't want to waste the material as it is semi expensive so I cheated. I measured out how much I would need by first cutting/sizing everything on paper using the expression.
Once I had it measured/laid out I then printed off a 3x11 section of the color I wanted for the letters and then a 4.5 x4.5 section of the red for the apple. Once I had it all printed I let it dry for a few minutes.
I then selected the Font on Folk art for the apple. I used size 4" w/o any shadow/layer - as I knew the base was white and would work ok with this. (Button - Apple)
I then cut out the letters selecting again just the font feature. (For cutting on this printable iron on - I used speed 2, pressure 4, blade 4 - I always use a new blade for just fabric).
Once I laid the design out - I then iron it on with a medium no stem iron. ( I liked the little tulips /negative pieces so I used them for the back of the bag). I made 1 for each of my daugthers teachers. This bag is a good size for carrying little stuff in school - books, lunch bag.

Step 1

For this project - I used Square 1 Masterpiece inkjet printable iron on. I didn't want to waste the material as it is semi expensive so I cheated. I measured out how much I would need by first cutting/sizing everything on paper using the expression.

Step 2

Once I had it measured/laid out I then printed off a 3x11 section of the color I wanted for the letters and then a 4.5 x4.5 section of the red for the apple. Once I had it all printed I let it dry for a few minutes.

Step 3

I then selected the Font on Folk art for the apple. I used size 4" w/o any shadow/layer - as I knew the base was white and would work ok with this. (Button - Apple)

Step 4

I then cut out the letters selecting again just the font feature. (For cutting on this printable iron on - I used speed 2, pressure 4, blade 4 - I always use a new blade for just fabric).

Step 5

Once I laid the design out - I then iron it on with a medium no stem iron. ( I liked the little tulips /negative pieces so I used them for the back of the bag). I made 1 for each of my daugthers teachers. This bag is a good size for carrying little stuff in school - books, lunch bag.

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