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DIY Girl Scout Tote Bag

Erin Reed
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February 7, 2020

Create your own DIY Girl Scout Cookie Tote Bag with  Joy® embroidered letters and numbers!

You will need:

  • Joy® Iron-On 3" Varsity Letters in Black & White & 1" Cooper numbers 
  • Kunin® Felt 
  • Tote bag
  • iron
  • fabric glue
  • scissors

*Varsity and Cooper letters and numbers are available in white, black, red and blue.

Instructions:

  1. Cut the girl scout emblem out of felt and glue onto the tote bag.
  2. Using the direction of the back of the package heat set the word of choice across emblem.  I choose " GS Cookies 45612".

Now you have a tote bag that you can carry your Girl Scout Cookies in for deliveries that help everyone see what troop you are in and that you have cookies for sale!

Here is a quick video on how to make it.

Look for Joy® iron-on embroidered letters, numbers and floral appliqués at your favorite craft store. 

They're available in different sizes, colors and fonts, suitable for every occasion.

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