Create this adorable pouch using holographic heat transfer vinyl (HTV) and the Silhouette Cameo. Free “Crafty Little Things” Cut file included!
Seriously, isn’t this pouch the cutest? The best part is that I’m sharing the FREE cut file with you! You can make your own little pouch or tote bag! I like to keep my crafting tools altogether and now I have a cute pouch to hold them. All my weeding tools are kept in the pouch for all my vinyl projects. I always seem to misplace my weeding tools so now I have a safe place to keep them. Do you keep your weeding tools in a special place?
I used the Holographic heat transfer vinyl for the first time on this project. The pictures don’t do it justice! It is so pretty when the light hits it. I love that I can make my own custom products because of my Silhouette Cameo.
Crafty Little Things Pouch Tutorial
Materials needed to make Crafty Little Things pouch:
- Silhouette Cameo or Cricut
- Small pouch (I used these)
- Holographic Heat transfer vinyl (HTV)
- Black heat transfer vinyl – matte
- Free Crafty Little Things cut file
- Small craft iron (I LOVE this thing)/regular iron/Cricut EasyPress
- Weeding tools
- Open Silhouette Studio and load the Free Crafty Little Things cut file. The file will be grouped together but if you want to use two different HTV material, ungroup and lay it out on the mat so that you can cut each material separately. Since we are working with heat transfer material, you will need to mirror the image (Flip horizontally) before you send it to cut.
- Go to the cutting screen and select the material you will be using. There is no holographic option so I used the “Heat Transfer, Metallic”. It worked well but keep in mind there are tiny pieces so I did reduce the speed to “3” and I carefully weeded.
- Once the file has been cut, carefully weed the design. Keep in mind that there are tiny pieces so go slowly. Use the mini iron, iron, or easy press to press on to the pouch/bag. The mini Clover iron was the easiest to use the Cricut EasyPress took some muscle to really getting stuck on the canvas material. Depending on the material you are using, you may need to pass the EasyPress more than once. Carefully peel the backing and enjoy your new craft bag!
Easy, right? You just created a cute pouch/bag for all your craft supplies.
See all the other craft projects I did with my Silhouette Cameo. It is great for cutting vinyl which you can use to make your own t-shirts, pillows, bags, and so much more! You can also use vinyl to decorate mugs, glasses, walls, and more. Cut paper to make party decorations and homemade cards! So much it can do!
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Where do you keep your Crafty Little Things?