Painted Peach Bags

AH!  I did it again.  I have been having a serious love affair with painting fruit (and flowers) on bags as you may have remembered from these Watermelon, Peony and Lemon bags.  I had a few more bags leftover and knew immediately I needed to do one last fruit — so today I am sharing these fun summery Painted Peach Bags.

Fruity fun with these Mini Peach Painted Bags, Delineate Your Dwelling
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DYD supply list
Martha Acrylic Paints / Small Muslin Bags / Paint Brushes / Pencil

Shades of Green Felt / Scissors / Hot Glue

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Start off with your main orange color and paint a rough circle shape.  I like offsetting my peaches on the muslin bag.

Next add a lighter shade of orange to the top corner of your peach and a darker shade of orange or pink to the opposite bottom corner.

Then it’s time for adding the felt leaf.  Cut them into leaf shapes and hot glue just the tip together.  This will give your leaf just a bit of dimension.

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Lastly, hot glue the leaf (or two) to the peach bag.

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These little party bags are so sweet.

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Fruity fun with these Mini Peach Painted Bags, Delineate Your Dwelling

They are the perfect size to hold a few candies to send home with friends.

Fruity fun with these Mini Peach Painted Bags, Delineate Your Dwelling

Plus, these colors are just my favorite… peach, coral, orange, pink!!

Fruity fun with these Mini Peach Painted Bags, Delineate Your Dwelling

Fruity fun with these Mini Peach Painted Bags, Delineate Your Dwelling

If you are interested in all mini bags, you can check them out here!

Want to see all the other things you can paint on a bag?  Check it below.

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