Ebrush Design Team: Mitsyana Wright Week 1 Cycle 2
So happy Mitsyana is back with us again. Here she as the cutest tote!!
Hey there eBrushing fans...
DT Mitsy here to bring you a quick way to transform a plain cooler bag into a pretty prim insulated tote.
I was inspired by a project that you may have seen on HSN during their live eBrush segment... It was a mini burlap tote made by my awesome DT sister Yolie Burke...
How stinkin' adorable is that??!!
So I too made a tote... but not just a regular tote and not a mini one either!
But I did stick to her layout... Why mess with a good thing!!
Cooler bag (Coleman)
Steel Rule Flower Die
Pink Ruffled Trim
Sharpie Markers ( Pink, Light Pink, Metallic-Silver)
needle & thread
Contact Paper/ Shelf Liner
Digital/ Electronic Cutter
I started off by cutting my tulle. You can buy this at the local super store for about 1 or 2 dollars. They come on a little roll 6 inches wide and contain several yards. I used mu Tattered Flowers die to cut out the biggest flower. Because it's a steel rule die I cut 20 layers layers through all at once. Then I stitched them all together making sure to alternated the petal in between each other.
I then eBrushed my tulle flower with 2 different pink sharpies. I first sprayed down a layer of light pink then dark pink toward the center.
I then attached a rhinestone button in the center and sewed onto the strap. I also sewed the pink ruffled trim along the edge of the outer pocket.
Next, I cut a stencil using my electronic cutter and shelf liner paper. Because of it's adhesive backing it makes awesome stenciling material. My stencil is less likely to move which is extremely awesome because my surface isn't flat.
I then eBrushed my stencil with a metallic silver Sharpie.
I removed my stencil....
Oh, it turned out so pretty!!
I was going to give this to one of my daughters but I may have to keep this one. I have two daughters and I wouldn't want them to fight over it!! LOL
Hope this inspire you to eBrush and alter things you may already have at home. You'll be surprised at your results!
~ DT Mitsy
Visit my personal blog for more inspirational projects!
Your monogram bag turned out FABULOUS Mitsyana!! So happy my bag inspired you! :) :) :)ReplyDelete