July 6, 2012

Refashioned Goodwill Clutch & Sandals

I found this tutorial on painting a chevron on to a clutch on Pinterest, and I lately I love anything with a chevron on it. I went to the Goodwill specifically looking for a little white pleather clutch, and somehow I found exactly that! I paid $2.99 for it because the cashier rang me up for a purse instead of a clutch (should have been $0.99), but no biggie. Here it is:

This is the tutorial I used: 

And Voila!

My mom found some B.O.C. sandals at the Goodwill a few weeks ago for $2.99, but they were missing the flower that was supposed to be on top of them. So, we got these little do-dads from Hobby Lobby for $2.99 (a pack of 4) and super glued them on. 
And now good as new! They look like they belong on there!

I went to this hidden thrift store in Hammond called The Shop and found these adorable clutches today! The white one was $3.00 because it is real leather. I'm not sure if I want to paint anything on it just yet. The gray one I got for only $0.50, but it definitely needs some sprucing up!


  1. Wow Danielle, I absolutely love what you did with that clutch!! Your blog is so adorable and I'm seriously squealing with delight over it! I love a girl with a passion for thrifty fashion:)

  2. Aw thanks so much! Makes me very happy to hear that :)

  3. Clutch tutorial is awesome!! Newest follower from
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  4. Wow I really need to do that clutch tutorial!! It looks great!


  5. Your clutch looks great!! And I love the other ones you thrifted.

  6. Awesome DIY. I love how it turned out. :) Awesome finds!