“Bachelorette Party”… a time for quality gal pal bonding time, silly penis games, and SWAG. A few weekends ago I went to a bachelorette party to celebrate one of my best friends who is finally tying the knot after a Covid postponement. We were all super excited to get together in a more normal, post vaccination world in Isle of Palms / Charleston to spoil our bride silly! I was especially excited to craft up a swag bag package using my Cricut Explore Air 2 and my Cricut Easypress 2.
First, I made the logo. I used some different font treatments to create the graphic of the party’s hashtag (because every bach party needs one, duh): “#HoggeWild.”
Then I was off to the races! I made many a trip to Hobby Lobby to build out the swag bag suite of goodies:
- Tote bags (black for the gals, plain canvas for the bride)
- Little canvas pouches (to hold our phones while we frolicked on the beach)
- 30oz. Yeti tumblers (hydration is key)
- Stemless wine glasses (the real reason for the hydration)
- Tanks (quintessential bach attire… I did light blue for the gals, white for the bride.)
So how did I make this magic happen?
For the tote bags… I used the Paper Studio sport iron-on vinyl (my favorite HTV).
For the canvas pouches… I used Cricut infusible ink for the names (not my favorite since I had a tough time getting it to show up as dark as I wanted), and a patterned Paper Studio iron-on vinyl.
For the Yeti tumblers… I used premium vinyl in a fun metallic silver to match the Yeti logo.
For the stemless glasses… I used premium vinyl in a creamy metallic pearl color.
And for those trusty tanks… my favorite Paper Studio sport iron-on vinyl.
And voila! The swag suite was complete, and it was #HoggeWild n’ wonderful.