Watercolor Painted Tote Bag

Watercolor Painted Tote Bag

DIY hand painted tote bags like this one are just too pretty to resist!

Watercolor Painted Tote Bag
Watercolor Painted Tote Bag

Learn how to make a Watercolor Painted Tote Bag with Marvy Uchida! It's easier than ever to paint on canvas using the perfect fabric paint pens. The design may look intricate, but the tutorial breaks down this project and makes it so easy. If you're wondering what kind of paint to use on canvas fabric, the Fabri Ink pens by Marvy are perfect for achieving that gorgeous watercolor effect. Don't forget to add beautiful detail with a fine tip black pen to finish this project. This would be a gorgeous and easy gift to make for any loved one, and a handmade gift is always so appreciated!

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Main MaterialPaint

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Materials List

  • Canvas tote bag
  • Marvy® Uchida Color In™ Water In Brush
  • Marvy Uchida® Fabri-Ink™ (in desired colors)
  • Marvy® Uchida Fabric Marker (black)
  • Piece of cardboard

Instructions for Watercolor Painted Tote Bag:

Tip: For the message on the tote, use the Marvy® Uchida Fabric Marker to write it and then thicken the down strokes to mimic brush lettering. You can use a pencil to write this out first and go over with the marker if you desire.

  1. Place a piece of cardboard inside your canvas tote bag in order to keep the paints from bleeding through.

  2. Mix your Fabri Ink and water using 15 drops of ink in your Color In Water In Brushes.

  3. Paint your flowers on your tote bag. Allow ink to dry in between layered flowers in order to prevent bleeding.

  4. Allow the painted flowers to dry completely.

  5. Using a black Marvy® Uchida Fabric Marker, add details to the flowers.

Watercolor Painted Tote Bag

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