Hi! Mary Nasser here today to show you what I did with the EXCLUSIVE
When I saw these stencils, it was love at first sight!
They reminded me of fruits and vegetables…a kiwi, peach, cucumber, and tomato.
And I knew they'd be perfect to make super-cute lunch totes!
I started out with a quick trip to the local craft store and bought a 4-pack of canvas tote bags.
With my 40% off coupon, each bag cost just a little more than a dollar!
Next, I cut my 9" x 12" stencil apart.
It's the first time I've ever cut one of my stencils apart!
But I wanted to see which fruit/vegetable I wanted on each colored tote.
I also wanted to be able to stencil all four totes at once!
I used artist tape to keep each stencil in place, grabbed my ink sweeper and heavy body white acrylic.
I also inserted a sheet of paper from my 9" x 12" disposable palette into each bag.
You could also use cardboard, too. (I just didn't have enough cardboard!)
Then I pounced on light layers of acrylic paint so that it would not seep under the stencil.
Lastly, I carefully removed the stencil to reveal my new lunch tote!
Whenever Mary Beth and I have a play date at her studio, we bring sack lunches and eat at the studio, too.
Think I'll bring my lunch in the pink kiwi bag next time!
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Mary C. Nasser
Mary C. Nasser