Just in case you have too many tote bags laying around that you just can’t use all, here is a quick DIY on how to make a grocery bag holder from a tote bag. It’s a great recycle/upcycle project because an unneeded tote bag gets a new purpose.
Make A Grocery Bag Holder From A Tote Bag
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I collect tote bags because although they can’t be used all the time, sometimes they can be turned into something new and useful. With my order of some knit fabric from Girl Charlee‘s KnitFix (which is available every month) they send a unique tote bag along. The fabric is stuffed into those bags, really a cute way of shipping out their fabric! The size of their totes are 15 1/2″ x 15″ and the design is screen printed.
Some bags I am using for daily grocery shopping but some are stashed away, waiting to be turned into something fun. Like this bag, it features a fun camping scene. Besides being cute, they are really sturdy and the design is
You need the following materials:
- tote bag
- cutting mat
- rotary cutter
- serger & sewing machine
Watch the video tutorial here:
Hope you enjoyed this video and will make a bag holder soon!
Other bag holder DIY’S you might love:
- how to make a bag holder from a tea towel
- fat quarter bag holder tutorial
- bag holder made with scrap fabric pieces (so pretty!!)
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