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In my vast collection of fabric, I had these two cute prints so I cut out as many instant film developing bags as I could! 


The pink version is a great Japanese screenprint design I hoarded forever (because, look at it- it's awesome!)- it even shows a Polaroid camera or two! The pink is a vintage pink, like your grandma's bathroom. 


The black and white version is from some fabric I bought from Spoonflower in 2020, designed by someone who sells through that site. I had a plan to design my own camera-related fabric but haven't gotten around to it yet!


They're super lightweight so you can shoot a ton of film and keep it in the bag, a collection to review later (my favorite part!). The cord strap is long enough to wear cross-body, but can also be hung around your neck, knotted to make it shorter. Please refer to the photos for all the details or see the measurements at the end of this listing.


I made them slightly wider than the desert-themed fabric bags, but just barely. It was easier to cut the patterns in the fabric that way and get the most repeatable design (ie: so what you see here is almost exactly what each bag looks like). The back of each is black canvas.


As with the other bags, they're lined with black out fabric to shield your instant film from the brightest desert sun. Zipper top keeps it all together, and a long strap gives you wearing options. 


7" tall

+6" wide with a 6" zipper opening

cord strap is 54" long 


shipping: domestic is free, if you live outside the US but want a bag, please contact me for additional shipping (apologies for not being set up to make online ordering available- international shipping is so expensive from here! I wish it wasn't!)

Limited designs: Developing bag for instant film

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