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Stamped Tribal Clutch

Today I am sharing how I used those simple materials to create a Stamped Tribal Clutch.

Supply list:

*Burlap Clutch
Faux Leather fabric
Sponge Brush
*Martha Stewart Decoupage, Matte Finish
Martha Stewart craft paints
Sponge (not pictured)

Stamped Clutch supplies

Using a regular sponge, I cut it into various shapes (triangles, diamonds and narrow lines) to stamp my patterns onto the clutch.  Using a small dollop of Martha Stewart paints, I dipped my sponge into the paint and applied to the burlap.  I really loved how smooth and rich the paint came out.

Stamped Clutch steps, Delineateyourdwelling.com

I knew for certain that I wanted to cover up the interior of the clutch. It came with a BOLD leopard print and although some ladies can totally rock that, it didn’t work for me.

I laid down a section of faux leather fabric and traced the shape of my clutch onto it.

Stamped Clutch interior

I cut out where the magnetic latch was located and then used fabric fusion to secure the faux leather in place.  The leather only goes a few inches past the opening, but the fabric fusion should hold it in place perfectly.

I love the new leather interior look now.

I also spray painted the wooden button gold and added four simple white paper squares using Martha Stewart’s decoupage.