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Sunday, September 7, 2014

Amazing craft: Different Bag Designs Made of Drinking Straws



I adore hand-made bags! In my art blog, I generally compose articles about diverse sorts of hand-made bags. This time, I need to impart these exceptionally adorable totes made of drinking straws. 

These excellent crafts are my companion's manifestations. I inquired as to whether I can compose a post about her specialty and she said "yes"! She additionally welcomed me to go to her place so she could show me the entire technique in making bags out of drinking straw. 
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Straw Hand-Bag


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Straw Bags
I truly needed to take in the system but I never had enough time to visit her, perhaps in due time. My companion made her own particular exceptional plans of bags. She has hand bags for mothers like me,  gather packs for children and a staple crate all made of drinking straws. 
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straw bags


This specialty is an alternate decent business thought for homemakers, its likewise one great purpose behind us mothers to bond with our children. The technique as per my companion is not difficult to learn, truth be told, she made these straw bags with the assistance of her children. 

I truly wish I could visit my companion so I could take in the methodology and I will clearly transfer the complete steps on my specialty blog at http://diycraftarts.blogspot.com




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  1. That's an interesting use of drinking straws. Are they sturdy? Do they need lining? I love the flower details of some, are they made of straws too? Sorry I have so many questions.

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    1. Yes mommy Cym every detail is made of straws.

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    2. and yes they are sturdy it can handle weight, the images above have no linings but I thing it would be better if they have.

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  2. This is a nice project that you can enjoy with the kiddos! :)

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  3. Oo nga, ganda! I hope they're as sturdy as they're pretty. It's cute that her children help her make the bags, too!

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    1. I'm into recycling kasi kay sobrang fan ako ng mga ganitong craft, thank you for appreciating!

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    2. I wish I dd not filter the images with photo collage blurdy tuloy, diko na mahanap yung orig copy ko :( bear with the blurdy photos :)

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  4. Wow! Bags out of drinking straw! Galing!

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  5. Wow. Cool bags. This is a great opportunity for those who want to earn extra and yes, a great opportunity to bond with kids or even friends!

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  6. I saw bags like these last Global Pinoy Bazaar... I like them enough kaso it's only good for summer and not the rainy days dahil sa mga butas butas hehe.. but anyways, to make one of these is a great bonding activity with the kids nevertheless

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  7. you're right mommy nicole, maybe it's better talaga to have some linings much better kung water proof

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  8. I remember making flowers out of straws as a child. Bongga na ngayon, bags na ang nake create!

    This reminds me of a bag stall I saw once at Tiendesitas, that one used Zesto pouches. Galing no? Once you really put your mind into it, you can actually come up with something to make use of all these unrecyclable materials.

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  9. I remember making flowers out of straws as a child. Bongga na ngayon, bags na ang nake create!

    This reminds me of a bag stall I saw once at Tiendesitas, that one used Zesto pouches. Galing no? Once you really put your mind into it, you can actually come up with something to make use of all these unrecyclable materials.

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  10. How creative! Are these bags for sale? It would be a nice give idea or a good packaging for gifts.

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  11. I have these bags. When you purchase these kind of bags, you also support the community that makes these bags.

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  12. I know someone naman who manufactures bags from used car tires. Ok din yung design, they don't look recycled. :)

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    1. I am interested to blog about bags from used tires mommy Kim, 'will google it :)

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  13. Beautiful bags! Handmade products are the best ;)

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  14. I love bags especially those made by NGOs or women's group that helps augment income for the needy. My sis-in-law who happens to be a missionary nun in Africa taught a group of unwed mothers in their congretation in Tondo. These bags are made from recycled juice packs. :)

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  15. I love bags especially those made by NGOs or women's group that helps augment income for the needy. My sis-in-law who happens to be a missionary nun in Africa taught a group of unwed mothers in their congretation in Tondo. These bags are made from recycled juice packs. :)

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  16. Find a great selection of straw bags for summer here:
    https://www.etsy.com/shop/fluteofthehour?section_id=15754495&ref=shopsection_leftnav_2

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