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DIY Printed Burlap Bottle Bag
This DIY printed burlap bottle bag is a fun way to dress up a wine bottle, flavored liquors, gourmet olive oils or flavored vinegars for holiday gift giving. You can even make your own bottle of Irish cream liquor. It only takes a few inexpensive supplies to make these bags and you will be amazed how easily you can print on burlap on your printer. This month we are sharing over 100 handmade gift tutorials. This month I have teamed up with some of my favorite bloggers to share the best homemade gift ideas. We have over 100 tutorials so you will have the best homemade holiday ever! Don’t miss this easy sewn zippered pouch that was shared yesterday.
I love that it doesn’t take many supplies for make this bag. Once you learn the technique you will be printing on everything. The WonderUnder stabilizes the fabric so it can go through the printer. It does make the fabric permanently stiff. However, in this application it gives the burlap weight thus giving the bag structure. For lighter weight fabrics that you don’t want to be stiff you can iron Freezer Paper to the back of the fabric.
Supplies for printed burlap bottle bag
How to make a DIY printed burlap bottle bag
Trim to exactly 8 1/2 inches by 14 inches. It can not be larger than 8 1/2″ X 14″.
Download the “Making Spirits Bright” printable. Expand printing tray to 14 inches long. Place burlap into the paper tray. For my printer the burlap is facedown. Set paper size on printer to 8 1/2 X 14 “and print. Isn’t that amazing? It prints like butter! Think of all the things you can make!
Remove the paper backing from the burlap.
Grab your other pice of burlap. If you want the front and back to be the same weight, iron WonderUnder to your second piece of burlap. I didn’t find it necessary.
Stitch across the corner.
Repeat on other bottom corner of the bag.
You will have the perfect pleat in the bottom of the bag.
Put in your bottle!
Tie back with twine and embellish with some greens!