10 DIY Tutorials for Making a Book Clutch
Avid book readers always have some new additions to their personal library. So what happens to the vintage books with tattered covers and near-to-finish pages? Rather than discarding the textual tomes, you can downsize them into a dapper clutch, lending an ultra new look courtesy a bedecked fabric cover. Browse through the following tutorials to induce a dash of arty-crafty vibe to the outdated book bindings.
The whole idea of contriving a clutch from an old book is ripping off few of the pages, attaching a small fabric pocket to the inside and neatly covering the page with scrap paper. Lastly, fix the clutch to the book and go out flaunting it.
Gift your bookworm pals a bookish-styled purse for her birthday that undoubtedly makes for an awesome statement accessory.
The illegible texts can be turned into a hunky-dory creation adding oodles of intellectual appeal to your outfit of the day.
The donnish feel given to the book cover make this quirky purse a must for stuffing in a full-bodied novel, pens or even some of your craft supplies besides the regular essentials.
The hard paper book cover is suavely separated from the hefty bundle of pages, and a strap of fabric along with the zip fastener are glued to the top of the book to create a flaunt-worthy accessory.
Up the aesthetic quotient of a worn-out book cover by giving it an exceptional fabric finish. Make sure a magnetic snap kit and sewing machine are within fingertip reach.
Spacious in design and elegant look-wise, the sterling fashion craft accessory dons a handle adding the glamorous touch to a back-to-college ensemble.
What happens when you have a ragged book cover and a dull-colored clutch lying around the house? Just club the two and cover with a fabric paper to create a capacious purse. Nothing could have been a better topper than the satin ribbon flower.
The resplendent chemistry between the red and beige makes a stylish statement whenever you throw an informal wear.
Scholastically detailed and sleek, carry the book clutch with poise and hog the fashion limelight with your literary prowess.
Books with worn-out binding can be repurposed into understated decorative items that come to a great use rather than just being a mere decor in the house. With a book clutch by your side, you no longer have to give a thought to stashing your cash, credit cards, or makeup essentials. So are you ready to start your DIY line of fashion accessories?
Published on January 22nd 2016 by Michelle Anderson