DIY Découpage Floral Bag

When H&M asked us to DIY a boho-inspired item for their summer issue, découpage was the first thing that came to mind. Honestly, does it get any better than customizing a simple handbag with a brilliant floral print? However you create it, it’ll be satisfying to know that you’ve designed yourself a one of a kind bag!

You’ll need:

Start by taping off the edges and hardware of the handbag.

Squeeze a dollop of colored craft paint into a small disposable container. Apply a layer of paint to the desired section.

Allow the first layer to dry completely. Apply another coat or two.

While the paint dries, carefully cut out a handful of flowers from the fabric.

Arrange them onto the painted section of the bag. Glue the flowers on with Mod Podge and seal them by applying another layer on top.

Remove the painter’s tape when the Mod Podge has dried clear and your floral handbag is complete!

(all images by HonestlyWTF)

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288 Comments

  1. GUYS!!! THIS IS BEST FREAKING THING I’VE SEEN YET!!
    Love this DIY! Will definitely give this one a try!

    xoxo
    ~Natasha Fatah~
    ~Natasha Fatah~

    6.12.12
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  2. You guys come up with and create the best stuff. Lovely.

    6.12.12
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  3. Mia wrote:

    Amazing idea dear 😀
    Love this floral detail.

    With love,Mia

    6.12.12
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  4. Helen wrote:

    This is so awesome! Thanks for this great DIY tutorial!

    http://beautifymeeee.blogspot.com.au/

    6.12.12
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  5. Cassandra wrote:

    I have to do this sooooooooooooon!

    backtofive.blogspot.com

    6.12.12
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  6. Karla V wrote:

    Fantastic DIY!

    Love this print! 😉

    Look my new DIY “Clutch Alexander McQueen”: http://detrasdellabial.blogspot.com.es/2012/06/diy-clutch-alexander-mcqueen.html

    xoxo

    6.12.12
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  7. Francesca wrote:

    I love this DIY!!! <3

    6.12.12
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  8. Wow!! I really really like this idea, i have a similar bag from H&M from last season that I would maybe use for this DiY

    6.12.12
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  9. This is such a great idea! It really makes the bag so much different and it looks great! and, the bonus is that this DIY is so simple to follow and do! 🙂

    6.12.12
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  10. Sabina wrote:

    Fantastic way to renew a bag!!!

    felineinspiration.blogspot.com

    6.12.12
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  11. Becca wrote:

    Very cool! I like this concept a lot.

    6.12.12
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  12. Rachael wrote:

    Love, love love this!

    6.12.12
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  13. This is truly awesome – LOVE!!

    6.12.12
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  14. Votre Amie wrote:

    Holy snap! That is a seriously rad DIY!!!
    x
    http://www.iloveublank.blogspot.com

    6.12.12
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  15. Carol wrote:

    I Loved it!!!
    I just posted looks from Los Angeles and the Hollywood Farmers Market:

    http://www.thegavlaks.com

    6.12.12
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  16. Joyce wrote:

    Love this sooo much!!! Have to try it! But I can’t seem to find the bag in h&m 🙁

    6.12.12
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  17. Aves Gry wrote:

    I had a feeling Mod Podge was used in the making but I never would have guessed you used paint on it as well. Did the paint started chipping and cracking?

    6.12.12
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    • Erica wrote:

      @AvesGry, I used Martha Stewart craft paint, which DOES NOT crack or chip. I would definitely recommend it. Hope that helps! xx

      6.12.12
  18. Really cool DIY–love it!! xx

    howtowindowshop.blogspot.com

    6.12.12
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  19. Mathile G wrote:

    OMG OMG! This is soo awesome! Thank you SO much!! Now I just need a bag like that….

    6.12.12
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  20. Rachel wrote:

    I have the perfect bag for this.

    Vintagehoneybee.blogspot.com

    6.12.12
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  21. Kim wrote:

    That is gorgeous and so do-able. May have to raid my suitcase of old bags to give one a new lease of life! x

    http://whatpeggysaid.blogspot.co.uk/

    6.12.12
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  22. Marianne Cloosterman wrote:

    Fabulous!!!

    6.12.12
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  23. roxie poe wrote:

    I am going to do this to my sadly worn suitcase!

    6.12.12
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  24. Kat wrote:

    Love it! Going to be my next DIY project…thank goodness for mod podge!

    Come visit my blog! Katharsiskulture.com

    6.12.12
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  25. Tammy wrote:

    Really great way to jazz up a bag. Where did you get the gorgeous fabric?

    6.12.12
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  26. Now I understand it, when I saw this bag I didn’t surely know how you had made it., I thought you had simply glued the cloth, and it had resulted perfectly. But it was much simpler. It’s a great idea.

    Kisses.

    6.12.12
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  27. That’s seriously cute and so easy to follow! Thanks for the great tip! xoxo
    http://www.hellohellofriday.com/

    6.12.12
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  28. love this!!! definitely going to be making my own 🙂

    6.12.12
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  29. oooh wow. i like to do creative things. well done!

    6.12.12
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  30. Okay, I have to admit, this is a pretty simple and mind blowing DIY.
    Material Fixations

    6.12.12
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  31. Mayumi wrote:

    Simple and ridiculously cute!

    http://lapoubelleblog.wordpress.com

    6.12.12
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  32. Maureen wrote:

    So much easier than I thought it would be. Love that it makes it one of kind!

    6.12.12
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  33. vanessa wrote:

    Wow! This is so cool! Thank you for sharing!

    Vanessa

    http://thepinkmateproject.blogspot.com/

    6.12.12
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  34. Wow, seriously?! That simple?
    I love it so much. So creative!

    6.12.12
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  35. URBANUANCE wrote:

    that looks so cool
    nice idea! 😉

    http://urbanuance.blogspot.com/

    6.12.12
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  36. Monica wrote:

    This doesn’t even look like a DIY project, it looks like a bag right off a high end fashion designers collection, or a bag sold at H&M itself! Great job! I’ve seen brown satchels everywhere, but making it your own is a good thing to do, and I definitely want to try this out! All I need is some pretty fabric!

    M.

    6.12.12
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  37. beth wrote:

    Love how you transformed this awsome bag! I really want this brown bag, do you know if I can still get it? Thanks!!!

    6.12.12
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  38. Marj wrote:

    Gosh, you guys are the geniuses of DIY!!!!!

    6.12.12
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  39. dorela wrote:

    amazing! thanks.

    6.12.12
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  40. I love this! That print is just gorgeous. x

    Kate {Something Fabulous}
    http://thesomethingfabulous.blogspot.com

    6.12.12
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  41. Marina wrote:

    Look awesome! Like it!

    xx
    bisakvittka.blogspot.com

    6.12.12
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  42. Jenna wrote:

    Love this idea and its perfect for summer. It doesn’t look like a DIY at all 🙂 Keep up the great work 🙂

    6.12.12
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  43. Joy wrote:

    Wow! That looks great!

    6.12.12
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  44. nuray wrote:

    this is so creative, i love it 🙂

    6.13.12
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  45. Esse wrote:

    I like the bag design. Nice flowers. Its a really great work, a summer bag 😉

    6.13.12
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  46. style-xyz wrote:

    looks wonderful!

    6.13.12
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  47. Patriss wrote:

    Awesome!! ♥

    6.13.12
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  48. so easy !!! I will try.

    6.13.12
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  49. Marta wrote:
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  50. maria wrote:

    GORGEOUS WORK!!!!!!!!!!!
    VISIT http://www.trendactually.blogspot.com
    thank u
    xxxxx

    6.13.12
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  51. Mango wrote:

    So cool … another thing to add to my massive to-do lists 🙂

    6.13.12
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  52. Diana wrote:

    This is a really really really great idea! I love it!

    6.13.12
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  53. Nici wrote:

    such a great idea !!
    wooow very cute bag !

    visit my fashion blog: http://nicisdestiny.blogspot.com

    6.13.12
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  54. kuti wrote:

    waow.. thats really coool idea.. love it

    6.13.12
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  55. Diana M. wrote:

    Great project and beautiful result! If you love leather accessories, you might like this DIY leather pouch project http://bit.ly/M2reLI

    6.13.12
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  56. CamMi Pham wrote:

    Wow you are really creative that is an adorable DIY

    6.13.12
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  57. Wow I love this, another great diy creation.

    Jewelry Rage

    6.13.12
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  58. Trip wrote:

    This will be great for my Sisters next Birthday, she is getting so hard to buy for and she has been bugging me about a needing a new purse so I know what I am getting her this year. Thank you

    6.13.12
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  59. Jacquie wrote:

    LOVE THIS! I can’t wait to try it!

    6.13.12
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  60. This DIY is wonderful.

    Collections

    6.13.12
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  61. Sarah wrote:

    This is such a cool idea! Thanks for sharing. I love the print you’ve picked too.

    Sarah x
    http://www.tellhershesdreaming.com

    6.14.12
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  62. Aini wrote:

    the bag is so amazing! i love the print and the colors very so much! and i just want to say thank you for making this tutorial. now i can get my very own bag that looks like a designer piece!

    once again, thank you so muuuch! <3

    6.14.12
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  63. Danielle wrote:

    I love it!! I cant seem to find a bag that works, does anyone know of anywhere I could get one?

    6.14.12
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  64. Mimi wrote:

    Would this also work nice on a canvas bag?

    6.14.12
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  65. Paula wrote:

    OMIGOD OMIGOD OMIGOD. This is soooo awesome! Does the paint scratch at all? Wouldn’t want to spend all that time customizing if the paint comes off :O

    http://shoe-fiend.blogspot.co.nz/

    6.14.12
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  66. elilea wrote:

    This is SOOOO COOOOOOOOL!!!!!! I want to make one!!! You guys are awesome!!! Thanks for sharing this! Will definitely bookmark it 🙂

    6.14.12
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  67. Cassidy wrote:

    This is really pretty but couldn’t you just mod podge the fabric onto the bag and save yourself from cutting out all of the flowers?

    6.14.12
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  68. Maria wrote:

    So cute!!!!!!!!

    ZORIN and mary

    6.15.12
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  69. Júlia wrote:

    Hey that’s really a good idea!!!

    I love it!

    http://www.trenditout.com

    6.15.12
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  70. Beautiful.Thank you!

    6.15.12
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  71. larissa wrote:

    amazing! it’s a completely new bag! inspired to attempt this!

    6.15.12
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  72. Ariane wrote:

    Just love this!

    Any tips on how to DIY a pair of Cole Haan inspired Alisa brogues??

    6.15.12
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  73. Michelle wrote:

    Why would anyone want to do that to a perfectly fine purse?

    6.15.12
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  74. FiFi wrote:

    Where did you get the bag to begin with i have been dying to find a brown leather messenger bag for years and i would love to buy one similar to yours…thank you!

    6.15.12
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  75. DC2NY wrote:

    OMG, this DIY is absolutely amazing! The techniques are unbelievably innovative and easy to apply. I’m a big fan!!

    DC2NYConfessions Blog

    6.15.12
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  76. wow this is so cute!

    6.16.12
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  77. HeadTilt wrote:

    Absolutely love it!!
    Definitely gonna try it. Thanks for sharing 😀

    http://theheadtiltblog.wordpress.com/

    6.16.12
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  78. anisa wrote:

    I love this bag 😉

    6.16.12
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  79. I am currently working on one of these, its pretty neat!

    6.17.12
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  80. emily.vangent wrote:

    WHERE DID YOU GET THE BROWN BAG?!?!

    6.18.12
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  81. Amaya Papaya wrote:

    We made bags like this over the weekend! It was awesome and they turned out great. I did my own twist on the project and made everything from recycled materials. I got a bag in good shape from Goodwill, and bought a secondhand shirt to use for the fabric. Awesome bag for ~$15 in materials! Love it!

    6.18.12
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  82. Linda wrote:

    Thank you so much for all your fantastic DIY ideas….made a bag over the weekend http://www.flickr.com/photos/75162042@N08/7405058156/

    6.19.12
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  83. Biswa Mohanty wrote:

    Superb stuff,

    I think it will be great to see more of these designs on modern furniture

    cheers to author for posting this

    6.19.12
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  84. Frankie wrote:

    This is such a cool idea, and will be put on my ‘to make’ list immediately. Thanks so much!

    6.20.12
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  85. wow!!!!!!!!!!! super cool!!

    love it!!

    http://ilovemyclosetandyou.blogspot.mx/

    6.21.12
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  86. This is amazing!!! I wud def like to try.

    http://lovelaughliveme.wordpress.com/

    6.21.12
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  87. Ana Zilio wrote:

    This handbag is amazing, with and without your DIY! Wish had some H&M store here in Brazil. 🙁

    6.22.12
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  88. Heather wrote:

    This is so wonderfully cute and creative! Like Mimi, I am also wondering how this would work on a canvas bag. I think it would be really cute on a tote. Would fabric paint be better to use on canvas? And I don’t work with mod podge much, does it do well on fabric?

    Thanks so much!

    6.22.12
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  89. Jessica wrote:

    Hi. I absolutely love that fabric. Can you tell me where you found it or what the name of the fabric is called? Thanks!

    6.22.12
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  90. Very cool!

    xx
    naturally-christina.blogspot.com

    6.25.12
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  91. currently working on one of these!
    http://www.facebook.com/EventHorizonRock

    6.26.12
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  92. currently working on one of these!
    http://turquoisewildflower.blogspot.com

    6.26.12
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  93. Hi all

    I would love to see these designs on outdoor furniture

    cheers to author for posting this

    6.27.12
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  94. Grace wrote:

    But this bag wouldn’t be okay with rain because of the modge podge being water soluble, right? It would start getting goopy…

    6.27.12
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  95. Güler wrote:

    woaaaw!

    my DIYs ————> gkdone.blogspot.com

    7.2.12
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  96. Una B wrote:

    you did an amaing diy,seriously,this is so wonderful…but i guess i need to have some more courage for such experiments with my bag!:D

    http://unasrandomfashion.blogspot.com/
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    7.2.12
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  97. This is amazing and so creative!!
    <3 Kendyl

    7.2.12
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  98. Ann Tsui wrote:

    wow,it’s wonderful,I love it…..is amazing,I would follow the step to do this DIY…

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    7.2.12
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  99. Arpita wrote:

    this is AMAZINGG..loVE it !!!!

    7.6.12
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  100. Hi. I absolutely love that fabric. Can you tell me where you found it or what the name of the fabric is called? Thanks

    7.8.12
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  101. SunshineYellow wrote:

    This is so cool!
    Could you or anyone else tell me which type of Mod Podge you used?

    7.9.12
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  102. laura wrote:

    I’m going to try this project too! for those of you looking for a bag i found one on ebay for $30. There are still few left! Heres the link:
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/270825894787?var=570035013810&ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2648#ht_17022wt_665

    7.10.12
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  103. bee wrote:

    wow!!! totally wow…love it, love it, love it..
    worth a try :DDD

    7.11.12
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  104. Amazing idea, easy to customize these kind of bags

    7.13.12
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  105. Ms. Toni wrote:

    Dope site!

    7.14.12
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  106. Brilliant! I have so many old handbags lying around, this is a great way to spruce them up! Definitely have some new art projects now to add to the list!

    Rachel
    mommaonfire.blogspot.com

    7.16.12
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  107. Ashley wrote:

    What kind of handbag is this, may I ask please?? 😮

    7.18.12
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  108. This is adorable!!! Love it. Love the step by step instructions too! Thank you 🙂

    7.19.12
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  109. Cool! Love this..you’re just so creative!!!

    7.19.12
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  110. Tandie Ryan wrote:

    Super cute! Off to Micheal’s for some craft paint.

    7.20.12
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  111. Kosaro wrote:

    They really need to sell this bag in their stores…it’s freaking beautiful

    7.23.12
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  112. Heres my finished product! I really like it and it wasn’t hard to do at all! loved this project

    http://turquoisewildflower.blogspot.com/2012/07/diy-decoupage-bag.html

    7.24.12
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  113. Anonymouse wrote:

    What is the color name of the craft paint? I am planning to paint oxfords a mint color this weekend~

    8.1.12
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  114. juanfox wrote:

    wowo,great job,very good idea

    8.5.12
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  115. lovely wrote:

    amazing!

    8.5.12
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  117. Vesi wrote:

    I wish I had this earlyer in the summer!

    8.10.12
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  118. This is so pretty! I would have never thought to do something like that!

    8.11.12
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  119. TayGee wrote:

    lovely and pretty!

    8.16.12
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  120. amber wrote:

    Did anyone find a bag like this one? I’ve been trawling through the internet in search of a bag as nice as this one but have had no success yet 🙁 Have come close, but this one is the perfect size, a great colour and looks nice plain too.

    8.18.12
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  121. Varonica N. wrote:

    is it okay if i didn’t put modpodge on the paint layer before i put the floral design on?
    I simply placed the design on the painted bag & modpodged on top of everything.

    9.12.12
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  122. Great idea for creatively thinking – that’s also can help if you want to repair some damaged part of you bag…

    9.23.12
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  123. May wrote:

    Massive mod podge fan! Amazing bag 🙂

    http://www.etsy.com/shop/May0may

    9.24.12
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  124. Alicia wrote:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE

    11.1.12
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  125. emily wrote:

    What did we do before Modge Podge?? Best stuff ever!!!!

    Emily
    emilyp711.wordpress.com

    11.1.12
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  126. chloe wrote:

    WHERE can i find that bag! i love it!! and really want to try this out

    11.1.12
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  127. Alexandra wrote:

    This is really amazing and soo smart, You did a really great job. I am starting to learn to sew and I think I am going to include the things I make on my blog too!

    11.27.12
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  128. Nice work with good Ideas…. thanks

    11.28.12
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  129. nina wrote:

    does any one know if this diy works with all acrylic paints?, lovely diy by the way, have to try it.

    12.26.12
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  130. angie wrote:

    i love it

    12.29.12
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  131. maxime wrote:

    I’d loooove to try this, but i can’t find the right bag to try this on… ):

    12.30.12
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  132. Mary wrote:

    Wow – this is gorgeous – I’m definitely going to give this a try!

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  133. Alina wrote:

    WOW… this is so cool! Love it!

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  134. MizAkwele wrote:

    Wow…

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  135. i Love it ,it is beautiful

    2.25.13
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  136. Emily Deng wrote:

    I love the DIY handbag! Good bags need match beautiful clothing. I want to share one women’s clohting website at http://www.showfashion4u.com.Good quality and reasonable price!

    3.19.13
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  137. Whitney wrote:

    Awesome design and good thinking

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  138. Awesome , great work.Really inspiring to all others..

    3.25.13
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  139. Rachel wrote:

    I would have left it with only the turquoise paint but the flowers are cool too! 🙂

    4.20.13
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  140. nerline wrote:

    I love the purse. It takes a great brain to think of something like that.

    5.27.13
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  141. @ks wrote:

    This is amazing and so creative!! Can u please mention the type of paint you have used .
    thanx!!

    5.29.13
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  142. Also view how to make a dress: http://youtu.be/fg–YrHM6UI (y) to diy projects

    6.11.13
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  143. jho r wrote:

    Great DIY! Such a nice bag.

    oliveneedspopeye.blogspot.com

    7.2.13
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  144. Summer wrote:

    Your drawing is good! I use to draw on shoes too but the paint just doesn’t last too long.

    8.27.13
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  145. Mani wrote:

    loved this idea of transforming my old bag n to make it look new n trendy 🙂

    9.9.13
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  146. Dublin wrote:

    Love the design and attention to detail – fab idea to create your own style and be creative.

    9.21.13
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  147. ProCuffs wrote:

    its beautiful, thanks to share!

    10.1.13
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  149. It´s a good idea¡¡¡

    11.7.13
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  150. Nancy wrote:

    You could use leather dye if the bag is leather. It does not crack or peel.
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  151. Monty wrote:

    Coll Stuff….

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  152. This is very nice Stuff….. i love it…..

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  153. Gujjufreak wrote:

    Simple and effective method for the new trends, most important, i can be made from waste too.

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  154. IQmom wrote:

    Wow!!! cool idea and lovely outcome. Loved it. Kudos to you 🙂

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  155. Juliana wrote:

    Hey what a good idea! perfect match for my beautiful pastel tops. I just love colorful accessories.

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  156. Tay wrote:

    This seems like a good idea executed horribly. It took a really nice looking, classic leather handbag and made it kitschy by slathering it with craft paint and gluing on awkward fabric cutouts.

    2.25.14
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  157. cheng wrote:

    looks great!Thanks for sharing.
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    3.23.14
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  158. K-K wrote:

    I tried this out and I couldn’t be happier! I made my bag Spring fabulous and I’m gonna rock it forever!

    Check it out here: http://livediediy.tumblr.com/post/81327363135/sorry-for-the-lack-of-updates-my-life-has-taken

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