DIY: PAINTED TOTE BAG

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Hello Lovelies!

 

Since I began working my office job, I have found it harder and harder to stick to any kind of regimen. As soon as I begin a routine, something happens to upset it and I’m back to square one.

 

One thing I’ve had particular trouble with is drinking enough water. There are just so many other things I could drink (mostly things with sugar) and they all look so alluring. Not like my previous water bottle, which was very uninteresting and plain.

 

Enter LIFEWTR. A whole new motivating bottle of H2O that looks as great as it tastes. I don’t know if I’ve ever mentioned it before, but I am totally motivated by bright, pretty colors. These artist-designed bottles practically ask you to drink them.

 

It’s also super easy to find them. Just head to your nearest 7-Eleven.

 

And if you’re like me and you just can’t remember to bring your water along, then put it in something you take with you all the time – like a personalized bag. I’m sharing a super easy tutorial for a painted tote bag below that will make it easier for you to keep up with your water intake.

 

You will need:

canvas tote bag

fabric paint

sponge brush

painter’s tape

square piece of card stock

 

1 | Mark your bag with whatever design you want. I chose stripes.
2 | Use square piece of cardstock to keep your paint from bleeding through to the other side of your bag.
3 | Paint in your design.
4 | Peel off tape once project is dry.
5 | Free-hand paint or stencil paint whatever design you want next. I chose an arrow/leaf design.

 

And that’s it! Your bag is ready to be used to carry around your colorful LIFEWTR and to motivate you to drink more water. If you’re looking for more inspiration, check out the LIFEWTR website.

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