My Doodle Bag

Recently, my favorite purse broke, and I am hoping to be able to fix it. In the meantime, I thought I should try to find another bag. The day before Thanksgiving, Mom and I were out buying some things for Thanksgiving at Wal-Mart when I saw these bags on clearance that were larger than I normally carry, but they were just solid gray or pink. Couldn’t help but think, “Wow these would be great to doodle on!” I bought a few of them to not only make my own Doodle Bag but knock out a few Christmas presents for my BFF’s.

Using the Sharpie Rub-A-Dub markers, I drew directly on my purse. Over Thanksgiving weekend, I was able to work on it bit by bit after I was done working for the parents. Now I am thrilled to show you what my new bag looks like! 😀

Front of my purse:

Close up of Front:

Back of the purse:


5 thoughts on “My Doodle Bag

  1. Wow, that’s wonderful, Jaime. 🙂 I’ll bet people ask you endless questions about it.

  2. That looks very cool! I’ve tried drawing on fabric a few times and found it to be very hard, so kudos to you! Strut your doodles 😉

  3. @Jamie It will be really cool to say, “Yeah, I created that!” 🙂

    @RaShell Thank you! There definitely can be some challenges to drawing on fabric. I try to go slowly so I don’t make any mistakes. Thanks for your support!

  4. Ok, that’s totally awesome. Wish I had money to place an order. 😉 Neat!!! You should sell them on etsy!

  5. @marykoster Thanks, Chica! My butt needs to get in gear to set up an Etsy. I guess what makes me pause is the Paypal thing and the fact that I am trying to find a good purse wholesale seller.

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