When it comes to style, animal prints like zebra and leopard are neutrals in my book because they work with so many different looks. So why not add a bit of gilded animal print to those boring totes? Ten bucks + one hour is all you need.
Pull the tote out of its packaging, and run a hot iron over it to work out any creases.
Next, draw a vertical pencil line straight down the center of the front of the tote.
Then find a zebra pattern image online to use as your inspiration guide, or use my bag's pattern as the guide. Begin at the top of the bag, and begin freehand drawing the zebra pattern using your inspiration image as the guide. Work your way down to the bottom of the bag until the entire face of the bag is covered in zebra stripes. The beauty of zebra stripes is that they're very organic and irregular so you really can't mess it up!
Outline your pencil stripes from Step 3 with the metallic gold paint pen, including the center vertical line. This step should go relatively quick, as it's just tracing!
Paint inside the gold pen lines with metallic gold paint. Add a bit of irregularity to the center vertical line too with a little paint. Give the paint about 10 minutes to dry.
Last but not least, add a stripe to the tote handles. Start by outlining the stripe with the paint pen, and then fill in with gold paint. Allow to dry and tote away!
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