DIY Logo Tote

Dragonfly Designs Logo Tote

You guys!!!  I am BEYOND excited to be headed to SNAP Conference in Salt Lake City today!  Soon I will be surrounded by 500 talented, creative bloggers!  I can’t wait to meet some of my favorite people in real life and give them all a giant hug!  To celebrate with you, Abbey from The Cards We Drew has created this epic blog hop to showcase Crafts in a SNAP {15 Minute Craft Ideas} that ANYONE, whether beginner or seasoned pro, can learn to create in no time at all!!  I am sharing my DIY Logo Tote tutorial – with an easy way to personalize any bag or purse.  Be sure to scroll down to check out some of the projects that my blogging friends have made in a SNAP… 

Crafts in a SNAP 15 Minute Craft Ideas

I mean, how fun do all of these crafts look?!?  Seriously.  Find links to all of the awesome Crafts in a SNAP at the bottom of this post.

DIY Logo Tote

Lets get creating!

Supplies:

thrifted tote

freezer paper

scissors

iron

acrylic paint

sponge dauber

paint pallet

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Step 1:  cut the logo out of freezer paper.  Iron the paper to the tote.  Be sure to press around the edges carefully to fully adhere the paper to the fabric.

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Step 2:  daub paint into the logo stencil that you have created.  Be sure to place a piece of scrap paper behind the fabric that you are painting so that the color does not bleed through to the other side.

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Step 3:  allow the paint to dry.  Peel the freezer paper off and you are all set!

Dragonfly Logo Tote

I chose to use my favicon (the little symbol on my website tab bar) because it is easily recognizable and I love the graphic look of it.  Plus it was fairly easy to cut out and paint.  A more intricate logo would take a bit more time and cutting skillz *wink*.

DIY Logo Tote

Here’s a sneak peek of what I will be toting around at SNAP.  A notebook, my new business cards (LOVE) and iPhone.

How to Make a Logo Tote

Heading to the airport now… SO EXCITED!!  I hope that I haven’t forgotten to pack anything!  Enjoy the rest of these Crafts in a SNAP!


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