DIY Patch Purse

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Patches, if you haven't already noticed, are making a comeback. I'm seeing them on jeans, jackets, etc. so I was inspired to DIY up a totally patched-out purse! This purse is from the Goodwill and the patches are all from our local Jo-Ann's craft store. I think it looks cute with pretty much any outfit. If you have to carry a purse every day, it may as well be a fun one! Because, #WHYNOT!?

For more DIY purse goodness, check out 'DIWhyNot: DIY Fringe Bag!'

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Prep It:

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DO IT!:

  1. Plan out your design by placing the iron on patches on your purse in a design that you like.
  2. Once the design is established, hot glue them on! Note: faux leather (like this bag we used) reacts better to hot glue. If you're using a genuine leather purse, you may want to use E6000 glue to attach the patches.
  3. ROCK IT with any outfit!

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