How to Make a Jean Purse: 19 DIYs
Flaunt the distressed look of stylish arm candies by crafting these fabulous purses cut out of jeans. You can sport the cool denim-on-denim look by choosing an all denim outfit with these beauties. Otherwise, a short casual dress works just fine. We have compiled the directions for the best denim bags we could get hold of.
Here comes a fun way of upcycling a ripped pair of jeans. Cutting out the legs, making the straps and sewing everything up neatly, should nail the look. You can decorate with studs, beads and spikes to ensure all eyes are on you, rather, your bag.
Recycle old pants or shorts to makes this awesome booty bag that comes with a lot of pockets. Note the aesthetic use of a colorful belt fitted through the belt hoops and buckled just the way you would if you were wearing them.
The easy pattern boasts of a colorful lining on the inner side of the lovely purses. Adding a lacy crochet edging at the top adds to the charming looks.
This versatile pattern done out of a pair of old jeans exudes a rustic charm. You can customize it by choosing contrasting shades of cloth for the bow and trim.
Sewing cute fabric flowers on squares and attaching them to the front of the purse, making a knotted strap, and choosing a floral fabric for a decorative belt sums up this fabulous project.
Sample the gorgeous look imparted to the otherwise distressed look of the jeans purse by the cheery jean flowers.
You would have to go through the instructions to believe that something as simple as a jeans pocket can turn into such a brilliant purse! The lace glued at the center adds class to the rugged looks of the fabric.
Cupcake appliqués make this pattern a hot favorite with the girls.
A beautiful customized heart ornament has been sewn partially to a jeans pocket for an excellent pocket-on-pocket look.
Here is a great excuse for never having to trash your favorite pair of jeans that don’t fit you anymore.
Felt flowers and feathers can be added to up the glam quotient of this denim purse with fringes.
We are happy to present a creative way of storing your change.
With your mind brimming with ideas, you are all set to give wings to your creativity in this denim purse project. As we sign off, here is wishing you luck with all your ill-fitting jeans. Let them see the light of the day!
Published on April 19th 2016 by Peyton Derrida