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Bedazzled Clutch

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Have you ever asked yourself, "where can I find a pattern to make purses?" Well, look no further at this fun and festive bedazzled clutch from I Love to Create that is quick and easy to make.

Bedazzled-Clutch

Materials:

  • Tulip® Beads in a Bottle™ Transfers;Cross
  • Tulip® Beads in a Bottle™ Paint
    • Metal
    • Semiprecious
  • Tulip® Beads in a Bottle™ Studs and Crystals;Gemstone Crystals
  • White polyester blended clutch
  • Iron
  • Paper towels
  • Straight pins
  • Pressing cloth
     

 Instructions:

  1. Pin transfer in place to avoid movement.
     
  2. Lay purse on flat surface and cover with a thin cloth.
     
  3. Preheat dry iron to highest setting.
     
  4. Press iron firmly for 40 seconds. Keep iron steady or pattern will blur. Lift and repeat on all areas of transfer. Let cool to touch.
     
  5. Without moving transfer, carefully lift corner to confirm design is completely transferred. Re-iron if necessary.
     
  6. Adhere desired Tulip® Beads in a Bottle™ Crystals to purse with a dot of Tulip® Beads in a Bottle™ paint. Let dry.
     
  7. Apply Tulip® Beads In A Bottle™ to each dot of transfer. Hold tip of bottle about 1/16” above surface and squeeze gently to begin forming bead. Squeeze beads to desired size and lift straight up. (Note that beads shrink slightly when dry.)
     
  8. Continue adding beads in desired colors until entire bead pattern of transfer is covered.
     
  9. Let dry flat 4 hours.

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