Designer bag inspired DIY is a great way to get the look for less or come up with a great gift for your fashionista sister, BFF or any other fashion conscious lady you want to surprise with a unique accessory that resembles the high end product she lusts after! Time to get creative, ladies! Check out these fabulous designer bag inspired DIY tutorials and you’ll see how easy and budget-friendly having the IT bag can be!
Super easy and super fast – this designer bag inspired DIY is perfect if you have a twist lock style bag that kind of looks similar to a Mulberry design yet lacks something that will really make it stand out! Just glue rhinestones, wait for them to dry and voila – you don’t even have to wait a day do use it!
Oh la la! Now this is what I’m talking about! This is, by far, the best of all designer bag inspired tutorials on Jelly bags and a definite must-try if you like this quirky design. I’d totally add glitter, though! What do you think?
Pure awesomeness, right? Well, I don’t know about you but this designer bag inspired tutorial is definitely something I’m going to send my mom in hopes she’ll say it’s a piece of cake and promise to help me make it! Take a look for yourself, I’m sure you’re going to love it, too!
Chanel bag inspired DIYs are so hard to find but, luckily, not impossible! Let's take a look at this amazing designer bag inspired tutorial for example – now that’s a great way to update an old (maybe even scratched or somehow damaged) clutch and get it to look not only designer-like but brand new as well. Give it a shot and do let me know how it turned out.
A purse you can braid in times of boredom? Why not, we've definitely seen crazier items before! But why pay big bucks for something that crazy when you can DIY a very similar looking piece and enjoy this trendy item for a fraction of the cost? Check this video out for a short and very simple instruction on how to do it and enjoy DIY-ing, of course!
Have a fancy for this glamorously romantic Valentino design? Well, ladies, I think it's time to consider sacrificing one of those boring black flaps I’m sure you could spare! Purchase or make your own rosettes, glue on and voila – you’ve got yourself a brand new, designer inspired bag!
Last but not least – this last of my tutorial ideas is a really quick Betsey Johnson inspired project you’re going to love for at least two reasons. First – it’s a tote and a girl could always use a new tote and second – stapler and duct tape are everything you’re going to need, which means this isn’t only a no-sew but a no-glue project as well. Enjoy!
Is there a special designer bag tutorial you’d like to see? How about these I’ve posted above – which one do you like the most?
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