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Geometric Triangle Tote Bag Design

Geometric Triangle Tote Bag Design
Geometric Triangle Tote Bag Design
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You can never have too many purses, bags, and totes! That's why you're going to love this Geometric Triangle Tote Bag Design for a cool new bag to add to your endless collection. Canvas tote bags are the best because you get to be your own designer, and your new bag can be used in so many different ways. Use this DIY tote bag to carry all your beach essentials on a hot summer day or use it as a green alternative for picking up a few groceries at the local supermarket. This canvas bag is stylish, versatile, and eco-friendly so you'll always have a go-to tote for when you can't make up your mind!







 

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsFabric

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts

Easy

Materials List

  • Tulip Multi Fine 20pk Permanent Fabric Markers 
  • 8X10 canvas
  • Cardstock
  • X-acto knife
  • Tape

Instructions

  1. I like to start with a clean white tote, think of it as a blank canvas. For this tote I wanted to transform it into a geometric semi monochromatic masterpiece. I began by cutting out triangles out of cardstock, then used a water erasable marker to trace around the triangles. You can find this marker at any craft store in the sewing department.

  2. Once I covered the entire tote in a triangle pattern, I began coloring the triangles in with the fabric Markers. I chose three color families to color in the triangles.

  3. I started with the green marker family and staggered the colors in no particular pattern. As I was coloring I left some triangles white.

  4. Next I moved on the blue marker family and repeated the process.

  5.  I repeated the same process with the purple marker family. A cool trick to getting your colors bright an vibrate is to fill the entire tringle as you normally would, wait a few seconds and then go over it with the tip of the marker to make the colors brighter.

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