FRINGE BAG DIY

5:34 AM Jecelle Kate Gella 13 Comments

What's up my dear readers? 
It has been a long time since the last time I updated this blog.
I became very busy and tired.
Anyway, I have a subject in my summer class which is 
the Global or International Business
 and we are told to make a product that is salable globally.
Then, we come up into an idea to make a fringe bag.





In making this fringe bag, you will need

Puncher
Leather
Scissors
Studs
Leather cord
How to make it

  • Cut your leather to any size you want, then fold it in a half & start hole punching down both open sides of the leather.


  • Cut your cord to size, mine was 84 cm.


 Fold your cord in half and press the folded end of it through both holes.
  • Loop the cord and pull it tight so it secures the two layers together.



  • Once you've done both sides of the bag it should look like this.



(DISCLAIMER: The photos I used in the process is not mine. Just click this.)









13 comments :

  1. Great post, love it!

    xo Elena.
    www.shybutsecretlyfab.com

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  2. This post just inspires me and energize my day! love reading it ♥

    New style post now posted love :)
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  3. I love DIY projects!!!

    The result was fabulous.
    I also have a new post with a DIY fashion notebook :D I hope you like :D

    InstagramFacebook Oficial PageMiguel Gouveia / Blog Pieces Of Me :D

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  4. You look so cute.
    xoxo,

    atwednesdaysiwearpink.blogspot.pt

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  5. Great project, the bag looks amazing! :)

    Recently I have started as a guest designer for a famous bag brand and my first design of a belt bag is out! <3 I would love to hear what you think about it! :)
    Hope to see you soon on my blog
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    Kisses from Zurich,
    K

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  6. So cute!!! I will definitely try this <3

    http://www.thestylishbipolar.com

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  7. This is such a cute DIY!! The bag looks great :)

    Best,
    Christina

    Looks by Lau

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  8. Would love to try this one time! Great DIY project!

    ❤, Alex // www.lexidoodledoo.com

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