This simple and stylish Valentine’s DIY tote bag will make your heart sing! Below, you’ll find both SVG and PDF cut files to either use with a cutting machine or to cut by hand. If you are using the SVG, you can cut the design onto any color of iron-on. We used Cricut iron-on vinyl for this project — see below for the specific colors we chose to work with. For the PDF, use some iron-on transfer paper with an inkjet printer. Once you have the transfer paper, print the design directly onto the sheet. If using the PDF, make sure you check the settings on your printer and follow transfer paper package instructions.
After trimming the design, follow the instructions for your specific iron-on to apply the design to a canvas tote. Placing a cloth napkin or something similar in between the iron and your iron-on material will help when applying.
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