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September 20, 2011

Birthday Clutch

Hello everyone! Allison from Goody Bag Diva here with apologies for the late post. I spent the night in the ER with my little one, but now that she is alright I am determined to get this post done before I crash. I created this quick paper clutch in less than 15 minutes as an alternative container to wrapping for a little girl's birthday present.

The details: 

This was super easy and quick! Using the purse feature on Forever Young, I selected the "posh" purse and hid contours so that the word didn't cut out on the front. I sized it rather large at 7.30 on the 12 by 24 mat using the Designer Handmade 12x24 paper stack by K and Company. I made it this size because I needed to fit a lip gloss compact and some nail polishes in there. I scored the lines using the pre-cut scores marks and assembled using Terrifically Tacky Tape (ATG does not cut it on keeping the purses together). Then I simply punched a hole in the front and added a few flowers (Recollections and Prima) and a large jeweled brad (Oriental Trading Company). I was done in no time at all - which was good because the party was starting in 20 minutes! If I had to make this again (and I have already had a request from my daughter for one) I would probably add some velcro circles for closure and perhaps a ribbon handle. That's all for this month - and now I am off to bed!

5 comments :

Pam said...

Allison - What are you doing posting today when you should be taking rest ? You need a smack!!
Lovely clutch. I have fond memories of this as this cut was my 2nd project for tuesday treats :) Yours turned out so great!! TFS. Now off to sleep for you Missy!!

cricaholic said...

Glad to hear your little one is OK!!
Love the clutch, I forget about the 12x24 mat and THANKS for the K & Co paper idea. TFS

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

So glad to here your daughter is ok. You project is great and isn't it wonderful to be able to rely on those fast but adorable projects? TFS

Audrey Frelx said...

So happy to hear your daughter is okay!

Your clutch is just so cute! And so adorable for a little girl's gift!

Hope you get rested and feel better soon!

Kim Horlander said...

Wonderful project Allison, so cute!

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