Candy Wrapper Purse: 11 Ways to Make
Girls have an intense passion for flaunting purses of various designs and patterns. If you have a creative bent of mind, then take a step ahead and make your own purse from several upcycled kinds of stuff that are ready to make their way to the garbage bin, one such object being candy wrappers, which your munchkins may have carelessly scattered all over the house. You would be amazed to see the gorgeous variations of purses you can make by sewing the wrappers together or even opting for the no sew method in the following tutorials.
Make sure to use wrappers of different colors to give your purse an attractive look.
This cute looking pouch would enthrall your kid to the fullest. Skittle wrappers as used here are ideal for making purses as it has a sturdy getup.
Adding a strap to the flat bottom purse would intensify its style further. This design is ideal especially if you do not want to waste time in making a zip. You can add a button to secure the flap.
Apart from the candy wrappers, you can use chips packets and magazines too for a unique appeal.
If you do not desire to go through the pangs of sewing, then take a look at this tutorial and get a lovely pouch-styled purse made in no time.
This coin purse would be a perfect gift for your little one to save his extra pennies. Use whatever wrapper you have like harshly, Skittle or even Starburst.
These mini bags designed from candy wrappers would be a fantastic Christmas gift idea. You can even make them using chips packets or food covers in case you do not have sufficient wrappers available.
If you desire to design to give your worn out bag or wallet a new look by decorating it with candy wrappers, then the given tutorial would be your guide.
This bag-styled purse would give you a stylish and funky look.
Adding the duct tape within would give your wallet a firm base.
Hope the given DIYs would help you in making fantastic purses from your used candy wrappers. If you find it tedious to gather a huge number of them, download the images online or used any other upcycled materials like top ramen packets, chips covers, magazines, old catalogs and so on.
Published on July 22nd 2016 by Miranda Gibbs