DIY Piano Keyboard Clutch | Fashion Flashback

DIY black and white clutch that looks like a piano keyboard

Whether you’re a craftinista or a fashionista, this DIY piano keyboard clutch hits all the right notes!

To continue with the ’70s theme that my blog has had all week, I’m going to share with you how I made my piano keyboard clutch from my previous outfit post.

It was directly inspired by a 1976 issue of Seventeen magazine but I modified it to fit with my skill level and supplies on hand. That’s the fun in being creative! I chose a super simple no-sew route but if you’re handy with a needle then this would be a great project to sew yourself.

If you’re ready to make this then so am I! These are the supplies I used but, like I said, feel free to use what you have on hand:

Supplies to make your own piano keyboard clutch, purse, wallet, etc.

Supplies: White felt, sticky back black felt, marker, scissors, tacky glue, clutch/purse/wallet, and ruler

And here’s the instructions for making your own. Scroll down to watch them in video form or enjoy the slideshow picture feature to follow along.

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And for anyone who prefers watching video instructions infused with my bad jokes and awkward dancing, here ya go:

I could see this idea being turned into a super cute wallet or applied to other projects like a scarf or a t-shirt. The sky’s the limit!

If you make this, be sure to let me know by hittin’ me up on my social networks. I’d love to see how you interpret this! 🙂

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