Perhaps you’ve had a few late nights of tossing and turning. Your imagination is running wild, and you suddenly think of all the custom textile goods you could be creating to give that special added touch to your home or business. Commercial Bag & Supply is proud to have a team capable of helping you reach your design goals, whatever they might be.
If you’re looking for an original, but not entirely custom design, you might be interested in our burlap coffee bags. These bags are great for storage that doesn’t become an eyesore around the house or office. Each bag offers its own unique design from the original coffee bean grower or roaster. If you do want to design your own bag, we purchase wholesale burlap and can design and sew to your specifications. Some uses for custom burlap orders include:
- Custom laundry bags
- Vinyl record covers
- Single bottle wine gift bags
- Potato bags (great for Spring gunny sack races! Rep your family name!)
- Custom Christmas stockings
- Seasonal placemats
- Seasonal table-runners
- Wedding decor
Our cotton is purchased in bulk rolls so we have the opportunity to cut and sew to any design specification you can provide. Perhaps you have the idea to print your company’s logo on any number of products you use around the office or worksite – no problem. Some common uses for our cotton bags include:
- Casino money bags
- Bank money bags
- Seed sample carriers
- Mail bags
- Custom tote bags
- Custom laundry bags
Any of our cotton bags can be made with or without drawstring closures for your ease.
Our large rolls of raw canvas material means endless design opportunities for you. Canvas is a heavy-duty material ideal for outdoor settings including gardening and agricultural work, and even thick, protective clothing so you stay warm and safe when completing your daily tasks in cold weather. Some custom ideas for our canvas material include:
- Tote bags
- Laundry bags
- Toy storage
- Art projects
- Pencil/art supply bags
- Furniture coverings
- Wall decor
Whatever your idea might be, Commercial Bag and Supply can help you reach your design vision with skill. Request a quote or drop us a line with your ideas!
With customizable orders of any material, you have the freedom to create holiday decorations you won’t see anywhere else. Choose from canvas, burlap, or cotton, and let your imagination run wild.
When your children rush down the stairs before the sun has even risen, let them find their goodies (or coal) in a brand new burlap stocking you designed just for them. Our burlap is so durable your children will be able to keep their stockings for years and pass them on to your grandchildren.
Have tiny handprints you want to preserve for years to come? Order strips of canvas, set out crayons, and let your little ones have at it. Stock up on an acrylic paint color of your choice, paint a little hand, and have them stick their imprint right in the center. You’ll have a long-lasting memory of those fun, wintry nights at Grandma and Grandpa’s house, and can use them as placemats even when the season is over.
No matter what holiday craft you have in mind, Commercial Bag & Supply can help your wintry dreams come true with a customizable order that will last for years to come.
After you’ve cleared away the wedding decor, recuperated from the reception, and returned from your honeymoon, you finally walk into your new home but notice something a little…off. The place seems kind of big and empty.
Have no fear – we can help with that! We’re not just going to split after your big day, no way! Commercial Bag and Supply is here to help make your house feel just the way you imagined it would with custom canvas and burlap home goods.
Whether you’re after that chic rustic feel, or something more prim and proper, our team is looking forward to working on your order.
Here are just a few of the home goods we’ve created in the past, but we’re always up for a new challenge.
Canvas Home Goods
- furniture coverings
- painting canvas
- wall decor
- drop cloths
Burlap Home Goods
- tote bags
- wall decor
- silverware holders
- decorative pillow cases
- table cloths
When you’re ready to warm up your home, remember to give us a call!
Wedding season is in full bloom with brides and their planning committees hard at work making sure their celebration is a special, one-of-a-kind event that guests will remember and those who fail to attend will regret to miss.
With endless bridal magazines, stores, and even conventions, the options seem endless. Color schemes, ceremony themes, location scouting, and invitation designs might all seem overwhelming, but we’re ready to help settle some of the debate with our customizable burlap.
Though primarily used in agricultural and industrial operations, burlap can give your wedding the rustic but chic style you’ve been looking for. We’ve already had experience in making burlap placements, table runners, and name banners.
Here are just a few more of our burlap wedding decor ideas:
- party favor bags
- aisle markers
- program holders
- centerpiece wraps
- bouquet wraps
- wedding photo album
Whatever ideas you have, we’re confident that our staff can make your big day even more special with your custom order – just contact us!
Do you have a room you’ve been planning to repaint? Ugly wallpaper that needs covering up? When considering your next paint job, take advice from professional painters: use a drop cloth.
But what kind of drop cloth? Pro painters suggest using one of these four cover materials to spread over your floor and furniture to protect them from paint damage.
Canvas – This might be the most popular option when painting thanks the the material’s thick and durable qualities. These covers will last through more than one paint job, so after you’re done, you can roll and store. Spill a bit of paint? Don’t worry, canvas will absorb the paint so it doesn’t stain your floors.
Plastic – Plastic covers offer a variety of thicknesses from .4 mill to 4 mill. The most common thickness of a plastic drop cloth for painting is about .6-1 mill, or approximately the thickness of a trash bag. These cloths are best for covering furniture and cabinetry, and are also popularly used to protect lawns and landscaping in outdoor painting. Unlike canvas cloths, plastic is not absorptive so paint spills will run.
Paper/Poly – These drop cloths combine both paper and poly materials for an inexpensive and disposable covering option. While adding some protection against slipping, these cloths absorb paint drips and protect your furniture and floors. Helpful tip: these cloths rip easily, so try taping down the edges to prevent unnecessary damage.
Paper – Used in smaller, indoor jobs, paper drop cloths are a cost conscious option for covering windows and furniture. These cloths rip easily, so best not to used them to protect floors in larger paint jobs. After you’re finished, just fold up the used paper and throw it away.
More helpful tips for using drop cloths:
- Tape edges of plastic and paper cloths down to prevent sliding
- Use quick-release painter’s tape so you can safely paint down to your floor line
- Make sure to sweep and/0r vacuum floors before laying cloths down so dirt and debris stuck underneath don’t cause damage
- When covering furniture, use masking tape to secure cloths
One of our most popular fabrics is burlap. Originally from the Middle East, burlap is a durable and rugged material made from Jute. It’s used for just about anything, ranging from landscaping fabrics to bag coffee beans. Due to its natural look and durability, burlap canvas has also become popular for many DIY and ‘craftsy’ types. One interesting use is to have burlap canvas as the base for your painting. The fabric creates a unique, cost effective material for creating artwork for your home, office, or as a great holiday gift!
Here’s a quick tutorial on how to make burlap canvas art:
Using a pre-made canvas
- Buy a canvas
- Wrap the burlap around the entire canvas
- Cut the excess burlap
- Staple the burlap along the edges of the canvas frame
Using a cardboard box
- Get a cardboard box of a size you choose
- Cut the so the box is about 1 inch deep
- Wrap the burlap around the entire box
- Cut the excess burlap
- Use a hot glue gun to attach the burlap to the box
a. Make sure to pull the burlap tight, making it as smooth as possible
b. Fold and glue the corners neatly
Now for the creative part. Stencil or draw a silhouette of your design onto the burlap. If you’re using a stencil, make sure to have some type of adhesive to make it stick to the burlap – you don’t want the stencil to move around while you paint! A foam brush and acrylic paint tend to work best on burlap canvas. When using these supplies, a ‘blotting’ technique works best to allow paint to soak into the canvas.