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GIY Tote Bag ♥ No Sewing Necessary!

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Published on Aug 26, 2012

GIY = Glam It Yourself ♥ Learn how to make a fun and durable tote bag for school, work, groceries, or whatever your little heart desires! (:
Watch my $20 BTS makeup tutorial! http://youtu.be/O43Q1jzqG5c

Check out my other GIY videos!
Makeup Brush Holders: http://youtu.be/jRPvlXJbzGI
Wrap Bracelets: http://youtu.be/n-QdbaKDAQg

Music by Ministry of Magic http://youtube.com/ministryofmagicmusic
"Lovegood" (Acoustic)
"This Town" http://youtu.be/X0cQAwSOEv0
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WHAT YOU'LL NEED:

-Two pieces of 18"x21" fabric. (Joann's has super cute 18"x21" fabric bundles!) You can also use one 36"x21" piece. If you use one big piece, just fold it so you're left with two 18"x21" halves. This allows you to skip stapling up the bottom! Fabric from a pillowcase would also be awesome for this!
-Standard size stapler
-Scissors
-Tape measure or ruler
-Two 24" pieces of belting for handles (You can find this at a fabric store like Joann's)
-Duct tape (This will be the lining, so remember to use a color you think goes well with your fabric choice!)
-An iron

**If you expect to be carrying really heavy stuff in your bag, you can add more staples to the handles and double (or triple!) up on tape in that area for extra strength!**
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WHAT I'M WEARING IN THIS VIDEO:

Makeup
-Essence Cover Stick in Matt Beige
-Maybelline Dream Matte Powder in Medium Sand
-NYX Blush in Pinched
-Maybelline Color Tattoo in Bad To The Bronze
-Maybelline Eyeshadow Palette in Rose Lights
-Urban Decay Toasted Eyeshadow
-NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Iced Mocha
-Maybelline One by One Mascara (Waterproof)
-NYX Mega Shine Lipgloss in Beige

Dress + Bow Belt
-from Primark

Necklace
-Kate Spade

Nails
-Orly Glowstick (LOVE!!!)
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Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with any of the brands mentioned in this video.

Comments • 2,632

Shan Page
some ideas: 1. iron the outside of the bag again on a low setting after making it to melt the glue on the duct tape to enhance the strength. 2. after flipping the bag right side out, place a piece of cardboard under the pointed flaps and secure. this will make sure the bottom stays flat and strong.
Gibbz DIY
This works so well! Quick tip, I started with a full roll of duck tape and it wasn't enough...so just to be safe, buy 2. Also, make sure your to pieces of material are cut straight :]
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twistedaisies
Do u think I could make these and sell them? They are awesome!!
Brittany Garcia
i used my bags i made today and i carried twelve cans of arizona tea and the other one was full of fruit. no bags broke. :) great video
Abby Weaver
Personally I would sew the straps and the sides but great tutorial
Chelsea Wyman
The Fault in Our Stars is amazing! If you haven't read John Green's other books you MUST. Paper Towns and Looking For Alaska are my favorites, but they are all amazing :)
Jessi1324
Great idea
joshua young
I love your bag next time can you make your lip stick
Genevieve R
omg this is amazing! perfect beach bag!
Valerie Lopez
How could you make a pocket in the inside of the bag? Does anyone know? 
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