Trick or Treat Witch Bag Tutorial by I Gotta Try That

 
Trick or Treat Witch Bag by I Gotta Try That
 
 I made this bag from a tutu and a bag I picked up from the dollar store.
 
 The bag was slightly larger than the tutu, so I turned it inside out and sewed about an inch on each side.
 
 
 Then I cut off the excess.
 I used a glue gun to glue the tutu around the bag.
 I cut the bottom of the skirt in kind of a zigzag to make points.
 I kind of scrunched up the bottom to give it a messed up look.
 I bought a small piece of polka dot material, a piece of foam and sparkly felt.
 I cut two legs out of foam and super glued the material around them.
 I cannot draw at all but I did my best and drew a witch shoe as best as I could.
 I then traced the shoe on the black foam and sparkly felt. I then cut them out and put the felt onto the foam.
 I used my Silhouette (cricuts work also) to make the word Wicked, and then cut it out with Glow in the Dark Vinyl.
 The Glow in the dark Vinyl is very thick so it was easy to just peel off and stick to the bag.
I found this little spider at Michael's Crafts and had to super glue it to the corner.
  I loved how it turned out!
 
 
Fun bag for a little trick or treater!

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Cutest Halloween bag ever! Thank you for sharing your talents with us today Marcie.

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10 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh! This is seriously so cute! Fantastic job! I wish I had a girl to make this for haha, I don't know that my husband would be happy if our son was walking around with it ;). Thanks for sharing! I found this on pinterest

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    1. Haha! Yes, definitely for a girl!
      Didn't Marcie do a fabulous job? I love this idea!

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  2. Anonymous09:33

    I am making one for myself for halloween lol this is so cute!!!!! I'm sure I will make a similar one for christmas too!

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  3. THat has got to be the cutest and most inventive tote bag I've ever seen. If a mfgr. saw those they'd steal your idea. How clever and fun. You make it look so easy to make it. What a hoot.

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  4. Your efforts and hardwork really comes out with excellent results...your bag grab my attention very quickly when I just arrived here...simply great!!!

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  5. Im SO happy you posted this! I finally got the materials together and tried my hand at it!

    http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y227/waltzinghippie/candybag.jpg

    I think it came out pretty good, and my daughter seems to like it!! :) Thanks again!

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    1. Steph it looks fantastic!! Awesome job and thank you for taking the time to share!

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  6. That is addorable. I have a Silhouette also, what font did you use to pellout "Wicked"

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  7. I hope to make one of these for my Grand daughter- so cute!

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