Cotton Drawstring Bags with Vintage Images

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A supply of cotton drawstring bags are perfect for this project...

cotton drawstring bags with a transfer

Using vintage images from my favorite

Angie not only makes gorgeous projects,
she offers beautiful free vintage printables...
perfect for this project!

cotton drawstring bags with a transfer

My all time favorite iron on transfer paper is

it transfers well every time without leaving a film.

cotton drawstring bags with a transfer

I created cotton drawstring bags that are useful in many ways...
I use them to store small items for travel,
to keep bathing suits in my beach bag, 
& for keeping delicate items together in my dresser drawers.

They are the perfect size for shoes and purses ...
keeping them safe from dust and dirt.

cotton drawstring bags with a transfer

Each bag is 12" x 12" 
with a numbered metal tag on the drawstring.

cotton drawstring bags with a transfer

Make your own using a 1/2 yard of cotton fabric
or these are available from the 
for a great price and free shipping.

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  1. Cute bags! I'm curious - how do you feel your Sales on Etsy are going? (and you may not want to publish this comment - not sure...) May I ask approx. how many sales you have per week? I think mine are kinda slow....maybe 1 or 2 a week.

  2. I love how my images look on these adorable bags, Susan! I need to make some myself!

  3. Beautiful bags Susan! I love the graphics you chose. :)

    I've never tried Rileys Tap Paper.... hmmmm


  4. I love these. I love these. I love these!


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