Do you have any grocery totes? We have a few, but it's always hard to find a cute one so I decided to make a simple one in my handwriting, and you can make the same one with this tutorial! 

I also went ahead and made a bridesmaid tote & download since it is wedding season, and I'm sure a lot of brides would like to get their girls something cute that's not too expensive. You can make them this tote and fill it with goodies for a homemade gift! You could even print them on different colored totes to match your wedding colors - the file is just text, no background.

Read on to find out how to make these totes...


You will need a tote (any color of tote will work - the file is just text with no background), an iron, and some iron-on transfer sheets. I got all of my supplies at Michael's, but I'm sure you can find them at most craft stores or even Walmart.

If you want these exact totes, you will also need the files (see the bottom of this post)! I made a letter sized file for each one so all you have to do is download it and print on the transfer paper. The bridesmaid file contains 3 per 8.5 x 11 sheet so you can print multiples easier.

1. Print the file and cut it out. The closer you get to the letters, the better it will look!

2. Place the text however you would like it on the tote.

3. Press the iron straight down onto the paper (don't slide it from side to side like you normally would).

4. Hold the iron on each part of the paper for 20 seconds each (note: Make sure you read the instructions that come with your transfer paper. This is the instruction that mine gave for transferring to fabric.)

5. Let it cool for a few minutes, then carefully peel the design off.

6. Display it proudly at the grocery store or...

fill it with treats for your bridesmaids!

CLICK HERE to download the "bridesmaid" file

CLICK HERE to download the "keep it fresh" file

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