tshirt bag

Why not repurpose a white tee and turn it into a tshirt bag?

Tshirt Bag
My girl has been big into pretend play in the last 6 months.  She LOVES to shop with her real shopping cart, in her “grocery store” that’s stocked with canned goods and cut apart fruit!  She’s been putting all of her groceries in a small Bath and Body Works bag which has worked fine, but it was pretty torn up, so it was time for a new bag!  Enter a white tshirt and Cricut Iron On Vinyl – all you really need to make a fun children’s tshirt bag.  

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To make the basic bag, I took a plain white tshirt and turned it inside out.  I sewed the bottom of the shirt to create the bottom of the bag, then cut the arms off and the neck off.  I used my sewing machine to hem up the arms and neck opening, although you could easily leave them open and just let it be more casual.  

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Totally had to bribe her with jelly beans so she would model for me!

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Using the my Cricut and  Iron On Vinyl sheets, I cut out various flower shapes and ironed them onto the bag.  I added buttons on some flowers just for added bling.  

She’s already packed it full of groceries many times.  It’s such a fun tote for her to play with!

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