Mercado Tote Wall Art

I recently cut up two of these Mexican fruit totes and didn’t want to stash the excess in my fabric bin. I love them too much! If you have some of these totes (or any others you like) hiding in your closet, bring them out and make them part of your decor.

This is in my art room, and I used a staple gun to line the wall area with sparkly fabric, and then punched on the totes. (The stars are hanging from the ceiling)

IDEA: You could staple around the bottom and sides to make them into pockets. Kinda like what I did down here…


Here is a full one that I posted on the wall behind my worktable. This works so good, because now I can stash rolls of things I always lose – like fusible webbing, paper, etc.

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