Dorset Finca Bags

Inspired by this post from A Thrifty Mrs blog I decided to make…

…some customised Dorset Finca Bags!

Fabric printing is right up there on my list of things I want to do more often and even though this was a really easy peasy way of doing it, I felt like I had achieved a lot!

Firstly, I designed my image and text, on my iPad, using the Noteshelf App.

Then, I bought some colourful, cotton bags from ebay and some inkjet transfer paper from Amazon (just put inkjet transfer paper in the search box to find the one).

Next, I imported my image into Word, reversed it and printed it onto the transfer paper.

Finally, I ironed my design onto my bag.


Just wait ’til I hit the shops with this…!


4 thoughts on “Dorset Finca Bags

  1. Oh my gosh this is amazing, I had no idea you could print onto fabrics like this! I keep wanting to learn screen printing but I’m def going to have to try this first. Your bag looks great and very professional, you could sell them! 🙂


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