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DIY Bachelorette Party Bags

February 25, 2014
DIY bachelorette party bags

I’m working on these cute little DIY bachelorette party bags at the moment.  They are gifts for all of the girls attending my sister-in-law’s bachelorette weekend.  I’m going to fill the bachelorette party bags with some fun items, including a party mask, red lip lollipops, sparklers, tattoos, a water bottle and the all important hangover first aid kit and much more!

How to make my DIY bachelorette party bags:

What you will need

  • Hot iron
  • Your print design
  • Iron transfer sheets
  • Cotton bags

Step 1: Print your design for your bachelorette party bag onto your iron on transfer.  For best results here, you should follow the iron on transfer brand.  [Tip! Make sure you choose the correct type of transfer. There’s a wide range out there. The Epson transfers are especially for ink jet printing on cotton material.]

Step 2: Get your iron nice and hot and keep it dry (no steam).

Step 3: Place your iron on transfer on top of your cotton bag.  It helps if you have a piece of hard card underneath to keep the fabric smooth. For best results here, you should follow the iron on transfer brand.

Step 4: Slowly and gently iron the transfer on to the bag. [Tip! If you find the transfer sticking, let it cool a little before you start to peel it away the wax paper.]

Et Voila! Your DIY bachelorette party bags are now complete and ready to be filled with goodies.

DIY bachelorette party bag supplier details

I purchased the cotton bags from Blank Clothing.  After visiting my favourite online marketplace, Etsy, I bought the little bicycle image from this designer here.  I’m going to print this design straight onto these iron on transfers – et voila!

Before you leave this post, here’s a sneaky peak at some mason jars that I am having personalised for the bachelorette party too.  I can’t wait to see what they look like when I get to California.

Madame Bonbon | Mason Jar Glasses

The mason jar glasses are designed by this fabulous team in California.

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