Let the world (or just your D&D group) know that you’re a fan of Critical Role when you show up at game night with this one-of-a-kind tote bag! This quick DIY canvas bag is so simple that you don’t have to consider yourself a crafter to put it together. And even better, it costs less than $15 to make.
What You Need
- Canvas tote bag, found at Michael’s for less than $5
- Black (asphalt) fabric spray paint
- Kids T-shirt form or cardboard
- Critical Role logo template (link below)
- Sewing pins
- Craft knife
Print this template of the Critical Role show logo.
Use the craft knife to carefully cut out the logo. Be sure to place something under the paper so that you don’t cut the table beneath.
Slide the cardboard or T-shirt form inside the canvas bag.
Place the cut-out logo in the center of the bag. Carefully pin the logo into the bag to make sure all small corners and points are flat against the bag. Pins with small heads are recommended so they don’t inadvertently block the paint.
Use the black fabric spray and evenly spray around and inside the logo. Spray while holding the bottle above the template (to prevent paint from getting under the paper) and avoid using too much paint.
Let the paint dry completely and remove the template.
Repeat on the other side of the bag if desired. Your Critical Role tote bag is complete!
Show us your tote bag on Twitter or let us know in the comments below how it turned out!
All Images: Kelly Knox