Added Apr 16, 2011
United States, U...
I made this clutch for my daughter’s prom this weekend. It is Royal Blue satin covered with Royal Blue organza that has sequins all over it! The inside is a Royal Blue peachskin, just a shade darker than the outside and has a small snap closure. I found a tutorial on the web to make the beautiful, fun rose!! It was much simpler than I thought, so I made them to add to her dress also.
I did not use a pattern for the clutch.
The second picture she is holding it against her dress, and the third picture is opened and flipped over to see the back view. :0)
I love to make items to sell, however, making something for someone you know is so much fun, you get to see them use it and enjoy it!! :0) And, now that I have had so much fun making this first one, I will definatley be making them to sell at my Etsy shop also.
Satin, sequin organza and peachskin
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