DIY Tutorial: Transparent Clutch

10 responses

  1. Laura
    November 22, 2013

    Interesting! I’ve never seen a transparent clutch/bag before!
    Not sure if it’s something I would try out just yet, but it certainly looks like a neat DIY project.

  2. Jaz
    November 22, 2013

    Not a fan. I don’t really need people stopping me asking me for gum every five minutes because they see it in my bag lol

  3. Keki
    November 22, 2013

    Sounds like a good idea :) Although I am a complete DIY newbe I should probably give this a go! However I am not sure whether they sell pencil boxes like the one needed here in Germany…:(

  4. Zoe
    November 22, 2013

    Adorable! Love this

  5. Sara Jane
    November 22, 2013

    I absolutely love this!! I like the clear bags that look like they’re made out of that vinyl sort of material but I love how industrial and kitschy this one is. Can’t wait to make it when I’m on winter break!

  6. Gloria – University of Michigan
    November 22, 2013

    Hey everyone! Thanks for the lovely comments, they really made me smile :)

    @Laura: The clear trend isn’t as “mainstream” as others, so that might be why you haven’t seen it? I first saw it at a Chanel fashion show (I forgot which one).

    @Jaz: Haha! This made me laugh. That’s why sometimes I carry a small pretty makeup box in my clear bags (I have like, 8) to store more incognito items like gum ;D

    @Keki: Hmm, if you can’t find clear pencil boxes like these, you can always purchase a (simpler) clear case from The Container Store (link here: http://www.containerstore.com/welcome.htm) I checked, and they DO ship to Germany :)

    @Zoe: Thank you dear :3

    @Sara Jane: Glad you liked it! I also have those clear vinyl bags because quite honestly, I may be addicted. Good luck with the DIY!

  7. Marianne
    November 23, 2013

    https://www.etsy.com/no-en/shop/BAGSupplier?section_id=7612435&ga_search_query=tutorial&page=2

    Gloria, for your clutch DIY! (I’ve ordered one, and can’t wait to try it! Just need to find the perfect fabric ;) )

  8. Gloria – University of Michigan
    November 23, 2013

    @Marianne: Oooo very cool, good luck with your DIY!

  9. KE
    December 5, 2013

    where did you get your ring bases? Having a tough time finding them. Thanks in advance.

  10. Gloria – University of Michigan
    December 5, 2013

    @KE: I got my ring bases at my local Jo-Ann Fabrics craft store, but you can also try Michaels.

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