Hello coffee loving crafty friends!
Here we are on the last day of the
This time I have a project:
a Coffee Clutch:
Inside this clutch there is a surprise!
It happened that I found this in my stash:
So it is a Club Scrap project.
hen i saw this, I had no idea what it was going to be,
so I searched my computer and the Club Scrap website
but could not find instructions. Together with Julie Heyer
from Club Scrap, we foud it was a project from
Brewed Awakenings and there is even a video tutorial:
I hope this way you can see it too or go HERE.
Anyway I had a lot of fun making this.
All materials and stamps I used are by Club Scrap.
Another look at the clutch: decorated with
a stencil and some cut aparts from my stash too.
The charm on the handle is a few beads, a spoon and a
cup from my stash. The flap of the pouch
(see also detail below) is done with a coffee bean
Here a close up of the charm on the handle.
The clutch is closed with magnets that came with the kit.
Voila! here is the inside: many pockets and places for decoration.
This is absolutely a very easy project to make:
a little folding, hardly any glueing and a little sewing
to hold this all together.
Inside each pocket there is a card with a little tab
(that came with the kit) and decoration.
I added some pictures, but you could also add
coffee recipes or quotes.
Tab 2 is a picture of me, that I use very often for
a profile picture. it is from a few years back.
Now my hair is corona long!
This tab is decorated with one of my
Club Scrap coffee stencils. Maybe I will do
something on the back too. There is still room to
In the last openening (the fold of the clutch)
I added a picture of my mom. One of the last times
we had coffee in her own home. She is now in a care home
and the hous is sold. She has dementia.
Thank you for looking and I hope you had as
much fun with all the coffee cards/projects as
I did here on my blog and on the
Thank you Amy Tsuruta, team and sponsors for
making this possible.
Stay safe, keep crafting
and enjoy your coffee.