I have only two WWJMD tote bags in stock and available for local delivery in east Toronto. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org to place a local delivery order! (Online ordering and delivery by mail of course remains available for all.)
Our super stretchy day tote is ready to handle anything you throw in it! Amazing for carrying a change of clothes, a quick trip to the grocery store, or as your biking go-to bag.
Featuring an image by Henry VanderSpek of a Toronto street scene with a bike in the foreground, the words "What Would Joni Mitchell Do?" on a mail relay box, and a Queen Street streetcar in the background.
I've had great feedback on these tote bags! Purchasers have shared how they get compliments on them while they are out and about.
I normally sell these at my art shows with the seatbelt strap, as it is 2" wide and a stylish choice in my opinion, but I've made other colour options available here for you to choose from.
Features: • Tote made from a soft, supple double knit neoprene fabric, 92% polyester, 8% spandex. Bag dimensions (not including the strap) are 14" tall by 17" wide. • Printed inside and out with a vivid print that will never fade • Easy adjustable 44” strap (seatbelt strap shown in images below) • Strong metal hardware and professional bar tacking • Each day tote is printed and sewn by hand in Montreal, Canada • Easy care, machine wash in cold water with a phosphate-free detergent, or spot clean, print can be scrubbed and washed with soap, hang to dry, do not bleach
Production and Shipping
Please note that it will take approximately 8 business days (not including holidays or weekends) to produce your Day Tote Bag. Please add an additional 3 days production time for six or more Tote Bags.
It will then take 1-7 business days for your item(s) to arrive - via Canada Post shipping - following the time it took to produce your order. These times may grow longer during the peak holiday season. Please plan ahead and allow extra time to ensure you will receive your order on time.
Thank you for your understanding and for your support of local art!