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Flower Clutch

Tuesday, March 12, 2013
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Looking for an easy, inexpensive way to usher in spring? Well step into my office friends, because I have just the thing for you — A flower clutch DIY. Seriously though, can you think of anything more appropriate for the coming season? And with a little time and about $15 in supplies, this baby can be yours too... Oh the possibilities.
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All you need for this DIY is a large file folder, craft flowers with flat backs (I used the Reflections variety from Michael's) and some heavy duty glue... It doesn't get much easier than that! Simply affix an assortment of similarly-coloured flowers across the surface of the folder, alternating them slightly in size and shape. Allow as much dry time as possible, preferably 24 hours for best results. The next day you'll awake to find a unique clutch and a spring in your step... Life is good, my friends. xx
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14 comments

  1. This is a cute cute idea. I wonder what else you can do with those flowers!

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  2. That looks great Vickie!
    It would be fun to make and I think it would be super for a wedding.

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  3. How fun!! I love this, it turned out great
    xJennaD

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  4. What a cool Idea! Aaah.. I should start getting more creative these days! WHo takes all your photos? :)
    Happy tuesday!!

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  5. Love the clutch! Your DIYs are always so cute:)

    Sarah
    www.poutineandprada.wordpress.com

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  6. I love it, I love it, I love it! So cute Vickie! You crafty lady, you!

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  7. What a fabulous DIY! I love it Vickie!

    xoxo,
    Chelsea & The City
    Be sure to check out my Stella & Dot trunk show + giveaway!

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  8. woww.. this is so easy!!! Awesome :D Thanks fr d diy
    Maybe you have time to read my new post on Blog: Give a little Love

    Love
    Akanksha

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  9. Oh my gosh this is amazing!! I have got to try this! Thanks for sharing.
    Meredith
    createthatoutfit.com

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  10. This is great! I was wondering what type of glue you specifically used? I feel that fabric glue never holds like I want it to.
    Thanks!

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    1. I would recommend using E-6000 glue :)

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  11. What an awesome idea! Thanks for sharing.

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