These are some general all-occasion bags.
Now I will tell you about each bag.
This first one is the one we did in class. The muslin is much smoother than what I found on Amazon.com, but both worked fine.
Here are some instructions for coloring with Copics. Place a folded sheet of paper inside the bag before stamping. This prevents the ink and markers bleeding to the back side of the bag. Stamp on the fabric with a fabric ink, such as Versacraft or Fabrico. Or you could use a pignment ink. It will be need to be heat set with a heat tool before coloring. Caution: muslin scorches easily, so don't hold it in one place long.
Color lightly, not going all the way to outline, since Copics do spread. Use a very light touch and blend slightly. Too much saturation will ruin your image and go out of the lines. You cannot use the Colorless blender marker to erase, as you can on paper. It is still possible to blend a little bit with a lighter color, but be careful.
Then heat set with the heat tool, and you probably want to do that between colors also. Copic ink is not waterproof, so do not launder.
This next bag is stamped with Flutter By by Red Rubber Designs.
The next cute little girl is Wonder and Joy by Red Rubber Designs.
And these are some Christmas gift bags I made.
Build a Snowman by Red Rubber Designs
(check the website for availability)
Christmas Bear by Mabelle R.O.
Holly by Red Rubber Designs