Make an Anchor-Stenciled Boat Bag

Hit the lake in style this summer with a nautical-themed tote bag made using homemade freezer paper stencils.

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Paint Tote

Take a couple sheets of scrap paper and slide them into your tote to prevent paint from bleeding through. Use your fabric paint and paintbrush and begin painting the template.

Remove Stencils

Once you've let the paint dry for at least an hour, remove the stencils. Use household tweezers to remove the small inner parts. Once the stencils are removed, you're ready to pack up your bag for the beach.

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