Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

DIY wallet design With Vintage floral

Use a vintage sheet, and Mod-smorgasbord in this fabulous DIY purse-new design – it’s such a simple craft project, and very budget-friendly!

I have a small problem. I love vintage flower pattern. I can't get enough of them . . . on the plates, old handkerchiefs, Botanical pictures,... the list goes on! The old flower, the images are soft, classic and beautiful . . . and even more simple and graphic in their own way.
; ve been these floral items into my home, where I can, but I have to admit, I have used several vintage linen sitting in my fabric collection, waiting, in a pretty craft.
Every time spring rolls around, I will often use a new, fun accessory or two in the warmer season of the year. I recently decided to put some of my vintage fabric to a new floral look on a bag that I already had. I think I love you’re going, this DIY purse project.
Want to see how you make it? This craft is really easy to do and can be created with all the floral fabric that you have in your craft stash. Just take an old cloth bag or clutch and some decoupage medium!
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create Gather These Supplies

Small fabric pencil case or clutch
Mod patchwork fabric
Vintage floral sheets (or any other thin, floral fabric)

steps to a floral clutch:
Wash and dry your fabric, if you haven’t already.
With a pair of scissors carefully cut flower shapes from your fabric. (TIP: If your fabric is not cut neatly without fraying, you can brush a thin layer of Mod hodgepodge on the cloth Allow to dry, and the fabric cut will be just fine. The fabric can be stiffer a bit, but you can still work with him in the next steps.)
Arrange your flowers on your clutch in a pattern that works for you.
brush a thin layer of decoupage on the back of the fabric and press each flower to the bottom of the purse. Smooth out any bubbles with your fingers.
is required to Allow the adhesive to dry for two hours. Then brush another layer of decoupage over the top of the fabric to seal it.
That's it! Now you have a fun and "new" flower-bag for the spring and summer!
I can wait’t, in order to use my. It’ll be perfect for holding my keys, wallet and cell phone, if I have to run somewhere. Plus, it makes me smile, as I get them now, to run errands, some vintage, floral goodness!
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