TRENDY HANDBAG

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Introduction: TRENDY HANDBAG

In this instructable, I'm gonna share how to make a trendy handbag out of paper...

Step 1: WHAT U NEED...

quilling needle
scissor
quilling stencil
forcep
pink and white colored strips ( I have used 3mm strips )
glue
cardboard ( to make bag)

Step 2: MAKING OF BAG

As shown in the picture, cut out the shapes out of cardboard and fold and glue them to make a bag.
cover it with a white paper.
The bag will look something like shown in the second picture.

Step 3: ROLLING THE STRIP..

roll the strips up in loose coils.
Take care that white ones are little bigger than the pink ones.

Step 4: ADORNING THE PURSE...

Stick the pink coils to make the border of the purse.
Fill the remaining parts with white coils.

Step 5: ADDING SOME MORE BEAUTY...

Fill the gaps inbetween with small pink coils.

Step 6: THINGS NEEDED TO MAKE STRAP...

To make strap, we need white colored ribbon, pink and white colored thread, needle.

Step 7: MAKING THE STRAP....

Fold the ribbon and use pink color thread and button stich at both the edges of the ribbon.

Step 8: THE FINAL TOUCH...

Join the strap to the bag.
Add a button so that you can open and close the bag.
The final look will be as shown in the picture..

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    Wow!! Did u use a quilling needle or whatever its called to make the coils or did you coil around a pencil or something?
    This is soooo pretty!

    This is so neatly done. You are precise and patient. I'm impressed!

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    This is very clever! It definitely inspires me. I was trying to think of what to use instead of paper to make a waterproof one - time to scrounge the recycle bin ;D

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    Nicely done. That's a lot of quilling!!!

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