THOSE TIMES are OVER!
Step 1: This Is What You Need:
- wax tablecloth (I used one that wasn't very nice anymore in some spots, so I cut a niece piece out and chucked the rest.)
- duct tape
- Scissors, Kam Snaps, Kam Snaps tool
Cut two strips of duct tape, roughly the same length, and stick one under the top of your bag.
Now the tricky part: stick the other strip in the same position but this time on top of the top of your bag. Stick the two straps together carefully. Make sure to leave about 2 inches unstuck. Here I make a little loop with the top tape and fix one corner. That way it doesn't unravel and get in the way. Then I stick the lower part under the second handle position and stick the top part onto the top. One handle is almost finished. Now fold the centre piece of the handle in half so that you have a better hold onto it when you carry it. Secure the handle by taping duct tape once around the bag. Make sure to cover the tips of the tape.
Repeat on the other side.
Create two flaps on each side of the bag by cutting two straps of duct tape, sticking one under the side and rolling it down onto itself. Insert snaps in two different places, so that the strain doesn't get to strong on the flaps should you carry A LOT of art work.