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Stenciled Pencil Pouch

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Stenciled Pencil Pouch

With all these gorgeous adult coloring books out there right now I couldn’t help but join in on the coloring fun. This canvas pouch fits my colored pencils perfectly. Of course, I had to add my own twist to it and thought a little bit of reverse stenciling would be fun to do.

You’ll need:

  • canvas makeup bag ($3 from Dollar Spot)
  • adhesive letters ($3 from Dollar Spot)
  • fabric paint
  • pencil

DIY stenciled pencil pouch with supplies from the Target dollar spot

Take the backing off the adhesive letters and place them on the pouch.

DIY stenciled pencil pouch with supplies from the Target dollar spot

Dip the eraser end of a new pencil into the fabric paint. Use it to stamp around the edges of the letters. The adhesive on the back of these letters wasn’t sticking as well as I hoped, so I worked on one letter at a time. Be careful not to push paint underneath the letters.

DIY stenciled pencil pouch with supplies from the Target dollar spot

It doesn’t have to be perfect. The main goal is to get an outline going.

DIY stenciled pencil pouch with supplies from the Target dollar spot

Create more definition by adding extra dots around the letters.

DIY stenciled pencil pouch with supplies from the Target dollar spot

Let the fabric paint dry. If you’re impatient like I am, you can even speed up the process with a hair dryer.

This little pouch fits plenty of colored pencils with room to spare. It even has a small zippered compartment in the front that’s perfect for holding an eraser and pencil sharpener.

DIY stenciled pencil pouch with supplies from the Target dollar spot

Do you like coloring too? I’d love to hear which coloring books you’ve enjoyed.

DIY stenciled pencil pouch with supplies from the Target dollar spot

Adult Coloring Books

Make you you check out the collection of gorgeous adult coloring books at Target.com

Analisa is a mom and avid DIYer. Along with her family, she will travel anywhere just to say she’s been. She writes about creating, parenthood, and her family’s adventures at Parental Perspective. She’d love to meet you so feel free to visit her on Instagram or Facebook and say hello!

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