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Hello all, it′s Evelyn here today!

I want to share with you a little useful helper. If you have a problem with the tangling cable of your earphones like me, this little clutch can be a solution. I found a picture on pinterst, which showed a little cable clutch for earphones. It was made of leather and pretty clean. Nice, but I thought –; I would want it more colorful!

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So I took out some canvas fabric, a whole bunch of Mists, some stamps, kam snapsaccent pillow case baby burlap, which I bought a while ago, diecut some circles and started to create my little clutches.

Materials I used:Canvas Corp –; Canvas Fabricsheet 30″; x 36″;Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist – Chartreuse, Yellow Daisy, Black Cherry, Dried Lavender,?Mardi Gras,?Cadillac Pink,?Limeade, Rolling Tide, Jack Frost, Vintage Lace, Mountain Mist, Vintage Brass, Tattered LeatherTattered Angels Simply Sheer Mist –; Fresh OrangeTattered Angels Baseboard Mist- Red Rocks, LeafTattered Angels Chalkboard Mist –; Polka Dot Pink, Violet Rose, Evergreen,Tattered Angels Glimmer Glam – Tansanitewhite Gesso, white glue, Kam Snaps, Versa Fine Clair Nokturne, stamps, Spellbinders circle die, scissors, brushes, heatgun

I started to diecut some circles from the canvas sheet and started to color them with Tattered Angels Mists. The Mists are perfect to use on Canvas. They dye the fabric absolutely bright.

After this was done, I did some stamping with black ink. To highlight some parts of the stamps, I painted some images with white Gesso. Now I only had to seal the edges with some white glue and adhere the kam snaps with the matching tools –; and that′s it! I had so much fun making the first little clutch, that I had to make some more.

Well –; here they are!

I made a process video, so sit back and enjoy watching!

Now I hope you feel inspired to make this little helper by yourself.

Thank you for your visit today and have a good time!


Update: voting has begun at sew la vie! ?Well, as though one big challenge in November isn’t big enough (34122 words?for NaNoWriMo as I draft this post!) I took on another, fortunately much smaller, challenge this month. ?I’m posting a little bit today about my entry for the?solids-only tote challenge that my friends from Ricochet and Away! and sew la vie! are hosting. ?(Remember my Marilyn Monroe pillow? ?Same group! ?I couldn’t pass up another chance to work with them again!)Basically – the challenge is to create a bag without the aid of patterned fabric. ?You have to use solid colors only to create your own design. ?The cool thing is, there’s still plenty of time to enter – you have through the end of the month, if this is something that sounds cool to you! ?The challenge is much more collaborative than competitive, and we have an awesome pinterest board dedicated to the totes.So I’m dying to show you! :) Have a look at my Storm Trooper bag!

Every Monday, we take you on a trip to one of the places where our Crew members go treasure hunting. Today, our gypsy travels to Doncaster,?a large market town in South Yorkshire, England.

Plan for the space you have, not the one you wish you did. Nothing’s worse than splurging on a piece of furniture you don’t really need right now or that literally won’t fit. Measure your space first and map out exactly where everything will go before making any purchases. (Pro tip: Don’t place major pieces, like your bed, a loveseat and a TV all on the same wall. Break things up to give you room to breathe). It’s not a bad idea to pull up those Pinterest boards while you’re at it–future you will thank you for having a game plan.