Gold Foil Brushstroke Clutch

I love clutch purses.  I don’t know about you, but for a fun evening on the town whether it be a night with the girls or a date night with the hubs, I love bringing a cute little clutch for the occasion.  However, I even more than clutch purses, I love DIYing clutch purses.  You might remember this fun tribal stamped one I made earlier this year.  Today, I am excited to share new favorite my Gold Foil Brushstroke Clutch.

Gold Leaf Brushstroke Clutch, Delineateyourdwelling.com
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supply list
Faux Leather Clutch (similar)
Gold Leaf, 18 Sheet Pack
Metal Leaf Adhesive
Brush for glue
Soft Bristle brush for removing gold foil

Gold Leaf Brushstroke Clutch supplies
First, be sure to lay the purse out flat and squeeze a small amount of Metal Leaf Adhesive across the purse.  Then use your glue brush in an upward motion to mimic the brushstroke pattern.

Allow the adhesive to dry as per the directions.  As it dries, it will become tacky.  Once the adhesive becomes tacky, gently place your Gold Leaf on the clutch.  Using your soft brush, gently brush away the excess gold leaf.

Gold Leaf Brushstroke Clutch steps

Gold Brushstroke Clutch
I love how the gold leaf really picks up on the gold zipper and leather tassel pull.

Gold Brushstroke Clutch
And did you see how many other colors are available of this faux leather clutch?? So many good colors options!!! I’m so tempted to get more and make them as gifts.  Could you even imagine how stunning a black purse with gold foil brushstrokes would look!

DIY Gold Brushstroke Clutch, Delineateyourdwelling.com
If you liked this gold foil project, you might like these other FOUR that I’ve done.  I have a gold foil problem, admittedly.

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And you might like these other Gold Foil Projects I’ve done!

26 thoughts on “Gold Foil Brushstroke Clutch

  1. Visiting from Tip Me Tuesday. I love how your clutch turned out. So pretty! I have not tried any gold foil projects, figuring they would be difficult. I might have to pick up some supplies and try it.

    1. Thanks for stopping by, Jen! So, the actual foil is kind of fragile to hold but otherwise it’s pretty easy and so pretty to work with. You should definitely give it a try.

  2. I bought that clutch from Old Navy with the thoughts that it was the perfect blank canvas for a DIY. Then it sat in my closet. Untouched. Now I can get that sucker out and gold foil the SH** out of it!

    1. Thanks Kelly! I’ll be honest, I made it last night so I’ve not even had it completed for a day yet. Ha, I’ll let you know how it holds up after I use it a few times. =)

    1. I know… I kept just not feeling it with the paint. I couldn’t decide colors and when all else fails – GOLD FOIL! Ha.

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