Go out in style with a handmade houndstooth clutch purse. These easy to make purses are perfect for beginner crafters who like to keep stylish. Use our free purse pattern to make one from felt.
Here is the perfect combination of recyclable crafts and do-it-yourself bags. This Precious Pillowcase Purse is a functional and cute piece that could get rid of some clutter and simultaneously store all of your stuff. Create a bag that you absolutely love out of some of your favorite patterns. This is easy to make and is very budget friendly. Your friends will love your new accessory. Get ready to tell them that your chic purse used to be a pillowcase.
Make a Vintage Inspired Clutch Purse for your next night on the town. This hand made purse is pretty, fun and full of personality.
Turn an old purse into this vintage style bag with this Upcycled Lace Tote Bag tutorial. With a few simple materials, you can turn a blah bag into something you'll be proud to have on your shoulder.
Cheap homemade crafts don't have to look like trash. Use discards and office supplies to create a fun and fashionable Embellished Bubble Wrap Clutch. This bag is just as fashionable as a store-bought bag but has so much more personality.
Creating this flowery tote will be great fun with the help of the awesome Tulip and Aleenes products for fabrics!
Use a special Ka-Jinker Tool to make this cool Gem Tote Bag. You can customize the colors and design of the gems, or copy the photo for an easier craft experience. This is a great craft for kids and teenagers.
Dress up her backpack this fall with pretty butterflies and she'll enjoy returning to school that much more.
Cloth canvas totes are practical, but they can be a snore if you leave them plain. Dress yours up with airbrush stencils from ColorArtz. This Paisley Tote uses paisley stencils for an abstract graphic that will go with all your summer outfits!
Use the dip art technique to create a trendy bag you can carry everywhere. Paint a solid background on your tote and, once that's dry, you can start dripping! Experiment with the size and shape of your dots - the more imperfect, the better.