Small Art Sacs South Africa

We are happy that you are interested in our Small Art Sacs, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to assist to get the perfect Small Art Sac for you.

We are looking forward to hear from you, your Blakstone – Crafts team

Here some information about our Small Art Sacs by Blakstone – Crafts

Our Small Art Sacs by Blakstone – Crafts are made of cotton and have an adjustable string to close. We have two sizes in our range:

1. width – 16 cm, height – 25 cm

2. Width – 19 cm, height – 24 cm

Your Small Art Sac is unique and special, it is a piece of art and should also be treated like that. To keep your Small Art Sac long lasting you should know some limits. Of course you can use your bag everyday, just be aware that it is not made out of ostrich leather as it is fabric and fabric can experience wear and tear. As it is also a piece of art and painted with Acrylic paint it could be fatal to leave the bag exposed to flames or extreme heat. The paint is water resistant but washing the bag in a washing machine or even hand wash is a No Go!
You can use a wet wipe or a damp cloth to clean the bag on those parts where there is no paint.

Your little cotton bag can be used as Kindle or phone-tablet bag or use it as a gift bag or for your jewellery, etc.

And the most important, show your bag because Art wants to be seen !

Thank you so much for your contribution and awareness

I you like to buy a bag, just click on the picture below.

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