May 3, 2013
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DIY Beachy Acrylic Clutches

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After an exhausted and failed attempt at trying to track down THOSE Jimmy Choo acyrlic clutches (seriously – how gooooood are they?) Soph and I decided to give our own version a go with a little DIY.

They turned out pretty darn cute if we say so ourselves and the best part – you can print any image you like to really make the clutch you own. 

Clutch? Clutch!

Oh, AND, we also made a how-to video.

How to: DIY Beachy Acrylic Clutch 

You’ll Need:
- Moge Podge
- Your favorite high-quality beach photo
- Crystal (can be found at craft stores)
- Acrylic clutch (we found these at The Container Store – here)

1. Print out your favorite beachy image
2. Trace clutch
3. Cut

4. One side at a time, apply a thin layer of moge podge to inside of clutch
5. Press on pieces, let dry
6. Apply another layer of moge podge over paper, let dry
7. Glue crystal to top of clutch, press firmly, let dry
8. Enjoy!


25 Responses to “DIY Beachy Acrylic Clutches”

fashion415May 4th, 2013 at 9:47 pm

Okay I am totally obsessed and doing this DIY right before my beach vacay. Love this post and how easy it is (me + crafts= questionable)

Xxx
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thoughts and encounters.May 6th, 2013 at 9:51 am

OHMYGOD, this is possibly one of the best diy jobs i have ever seen. LOVE IT!
was lookin' for these clutches for ages, but now i guess there's no need.
THANKYOU, so excited to try this out, asap. x

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