20 Minute Tote Bag and Stamped Glass Projects

By Christy Amular - September 23, 2011

Have you seen The Purl Bee's 20 Minute Tote Bag tutorial using Outside Oslo fabrics? It really is a quick and easy project to whip up when you're time pressed. I made my own autumn inspired tote in exactly  20 minutes!

I found  a nice way to recycle glass jars! Instead of using sticker labels you can just rubber stamp them using solvent ink for every surface.  Imagine how neat and  eco-friendly your  cupboard would be with recycled glass jars that hold kitchen staples and essentials. See my tutorial at Jojoebi for a detailed instruction on how to go about stamping on  other surfaces other than paper.  My new ETSY shop Rose and Lotus also offers handcarved rubber stamps that are perfect for stamping on glass. Unlike commercial made stamps, these stamps have deep grooves that perfect for stamping on cello sleeve, glass, metal, leather and so on.

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  1. These are both great projects! I love the idea of stamping on glass<3

  2. I super like the stamp for the mugs... I might use it for our coffee shop... your blog is just full of inspiration... heading over to the tutorial site... =)


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