22 Stylish Clutches You Can DIY
Every outfit needs that perfect accessory to make it feel put together, and there’s nothing better than a good DIY clutch to get the job done. We’ve featured DIY clutches before, but we thought it was time for a refresher course… because really, you can never have too many clutches. Whether you love color, prints, glitter, bling or understated elegance, we have a clutch for you somewhere in this list of 22 DIY projects. Be prepared to wow your friends with your amazing maker skills and a gorgeous new accessory.
5. Faux Leather Pouches: We’re dying over these adorable little pouches! They may be a little too small to serve as a clutch, but they’re great for all the little odds and ends that normally get lost inside your bag. (via Fellow Fellow)
7. Envelope: This tutorial shows you how to sew an envelope clutch from start to finish. Which means you have complete control over which fabrics and prints you get to use, inside and out. (via Tuts+)
8. Washi Tape: If you’ve spent any time on this site, you know how much we love washi tape (seriously, the stuff is amazing). So we’re more than delighted to show you guys how to make your own washi tape clutch. (via Creme de la Craft)
12. Minimal Leather: Clean, minimal with an edge… what’s not to love? The best part is that all you need are some leather and gold studs to recreate this look. That’s right: No sewing is involved. (via A Pair and a Spare)
13. Leather iPad Case: In the era of iPads and tablets, a clutch that can hold your favorite tech accessory is a definite plus. Use this bright yellow envelope clutch as a straight-up iPad case or fill it with other necessities and carry it everywhere you go. (via In Honor of Design)
19. Jeweled: Bedazzle a plain box clutch for a look that will take your jorts from “I couldn’t be bothered to get ready this morning” to “Let’s hit up da club.” This is your chance to go nuts with rhinestones and glue (we know you want to). (via A Pair and a Spare)
Which of these awesome DIYs is on your to-do list? Do you have any favorite ways to DIY a clutch? Let us know in the comments below!