13 Mar 2016

IN MY BAG SERIES: NO SEW COIN PURSE (DIY)

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 Make yourself a no-sew coin purse! // Realizzate un portamonete senza cucire!

 Talking about things we need to bring with us in our bag, a coin purse is
of course one of the most useful.
Since my bag seems to be my second home (I can't go out without my agenda,
or colored pencils, or a book, or... okay, you got it) I'm working on few DIY projects
for all of you, like me, Mary-Poppin's-bag addicted!
You can see here the first idea that I made and other will come soon!
Read below, now, how to make this simple no-sew coin purse, even for beginners!

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Parlando di cose che portiamo con noi in borsa, un portamonete è sicuramente una
delle più utili.
Dal momento che la mia borsa pare la mia seconda casa (non riesco a uscire senza
la mia agenda, o le matite colorate, o un libro, o... okay, avete capito), sto lavorando su
alcuni progetti fai da te per tutte quelle, come me, fissate con le borse alla Mary Poppins!
Potete vedere qui la prima idea che ho realizzato ed altre arriveranno presto!
Leggete sotto, ora, come fare questo portamonete senza dover cucire: anche
per le principianti!

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You need // Vi occorre:

- A rounded piece of fabric with 15 cm (5,9 in) of diameter. // Un pezzo tondo di tessuto
con 15 cm di diametro.
- Multi hole punch. // Pinza fustellatrice.
- Rope, about 15 cm (5,9 in). // Cordino di circa 15 cm.


How to // Come procedere:

1)
Draw a circle with 12 cm (4,7 in) of diameter and put it on the back of your fabric, then
draw the profile on the fabric. //
Disegnate un cerchio con 12 di diametro ed appoggiatelo sul retro del tessuto, poi
disegnatene i contorni sul tessuto stesso.


2)
Sign 12 points on the circumference. Imagine that your fabric is a clock and you have
to make a point every five minutes (hope it can help to understand!). //
Segnate 12 punti sulla circonferenza. Immaginate che il vostro tessuto sia un
orologio e voi deve fare un punto ogni cinque minuti (spero si capisca!).


3)
Now, with the multi hole punch, make 12 holes on the drawn points. // Ora, con la
pinza fustellatrice, fate 12 buchi dove avete disegnato i punti.


4)
Take your rope and insert it in the holes, starting from the front side of the fabric. // 
Prendete il cordino ed infilatelo nei buchi, partendo dal lato frontale del tessuto.


5)
Go on, like you are sewing with the rope... // Andate avanti, come se steste cucendo... 


6)
Once you've done, pull delicately the rope to "close" the fabric, then make a knot. //
Una volta fatto, tirate delicatamente il cordino per "chiudere" il tessuto, poi fate un nodo.


7)
Voilà! Your coin purse is ready (and so so lovely)! // Voilà! Il vostro
portamonete è pronto (e super adorabile)!


 Spring is almost here and we need to be prepared for it, starting from a pair of sunglasses
for sunny and beautiful days. These are from Firmoo, I chose them with violet shade 
and black frame. I love them!
The webiste has lots of glasses and sunglasses, like the aviator sunglasses I like so much. 
At Firmoo they are so kind that they gave me a voucher code for my readers!
Use the code francinesblog2 which will cover a complete pair of eyeglasses at this page
shipping and handling fee are extra). 
The voucher code expires on April 10th, 2016 and can be used by 10 different people
(first time buyer only).
So, don't let it go and happy shopping!
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La Primavera è quasi arrivata e noi dobbiamo essere preparate, a partire dagli occhiali
da sole per bellissime giornate di luce. Questi sono di Firmoo, li ho scelti con le lenti
viola e la montatura nera. Li adoro!
Il sito offre una grande scelta di occhiali e occhiali da sole, come quelli aviator che mi
piacciono moltissimo.
Da Firmoo sono così gentili che mi hanno dato un codice sconto per le mie lettrici!
Usate francinesblog2 che coprirà un paio di occhiali scelti su questa pagina
(spese di spedizione e imballaggio sono escluse).
Il codice scade il prossimo 10 Aprile e può essere usato solo da 10 persone (primo
acquisto).
Non fatevelo scappare e buono shopping!

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xx Francine

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This post is in collaboration with Firmoo. 
Questo post è in collaborazione con Firmoo.
I prodotti di cui si parla nell'articolo mi sono stati inviati dall'azienda a scopo valutativo, 
ma esso rispecchia la mia opinione in modo trasparente. 
Non sono stata in alcun modo pagata o ricompensata per parlare bene dei prodotti.

35 comments:

  1. Thanks a lot for this diy, it's sooo lovely!
    Great sunnies, just right for spring :)

    xoxo
    www.bellezzefelici.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you too for your kind words!

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  2. great DIY :)
    kisses from dubai ❤️
    www.mahryska.com

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  3. Love ur selection!
    Thestyletune.com

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  4. oh this is such a cute DIY :) and that sunnies look amazing :)
    http://www.youtube.com/c/MissLovelyAttitude
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  5. What a great idea, it looks so cute!
    Have a lovely day :)
    Rosanna x
    Rose's Rooftop

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    1. Thanks Rosanna and have a lovely day too!

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  6. I keep my coins in my wallet, that way I can just grab that when I am running to the store.

    Linda, Libra, Loca: Beauty, Baby and Backpacking

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    1. Yes, I keep coins in my wallet too, but sometimes it becomes SO heavy that a purse is necessary :D

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  7. Your DIYs are the best! Honestly, I love how everything is actually easy although at the first glance, it doesn't seem like that. The coin purse is lovely! Beautiful sunglasses, too. But the dog, awwwwwww, I'm all melted right now :)

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    1. Thank you, dear Tijana! I am always so glad to know that you like my DIYs! And he is Bisou, my family's dog :D :D

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  8. that coin purse is so cute.thanks for sharing
    wendeeisaacs.com

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  9. This diy is very beautiful! Thanks for the tip very useful and a good idea. :)
    Luna
    http://www.fashionsnobber.com

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  10. I have never used a coin purse because there is usually a compartment for change in my wallet but this seems like a quick and simple project for the change laying around my house. This would be a chicer than a piggy bank and I could make one to match my decor.
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    1. That's an amazing way to use it! Good idea!

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  11. Such a beautiful little coin purse! Aww such a gorgeous doggy! Xx

    http://www.itsjessiejane.com/

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  12. Thx for the beautiful step by step tutorial, Francine.
    xox
    Lenya
    FashionDreams&Lifestyle

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  13. Amazing diy project hun !! By the way I love ur shades and ur beautiful little fur baby! Lovely post, thank you for sharing this with us. Whenever you have time visit me at: www.its-dominica.blogspot.co.uk !! Have a lovely week. xXx

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  14. The coin purse looks so cute! Love it. And interesting to think of one's bag as a second home because it's true!

    Luxessed

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  15. Youre so crafty! Such a cute coin purse and looks quick to do!

    www.themeldivision.com

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  16. Great DIY.
    I love the material you used to make this coin purse.

    The Bandwagon Chic | Instagram | Bloglovin | Snapchat: bandwagonchic

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  17. Dear Francine, you share here always the very best DIY! And I like also the content of your bag - to take a moleskine in the handbag makes always sense :) Enjoy the rest of the week!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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  18. I really love your sunglasses!!! kiss
    Federica - Cosa Mi Metto???

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  19. but first, let me just tell you how adorable your furbaby is!! aww!

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  20. I love this DIY, so simple and easy to make! The color of the fabric you chose is so gorgeous as well. I'll definitely be using it, as I always lose things at the bottom of my bag.

    Angelina Is | Bloglovin'

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  21. Wow, what a great DIY idea!
    xo
    Siffat
    http://icingandglitter.com

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  22. This is such a cute and sweet DIY! I also love those blue tinted shades! I have some Firmoo sunnies that I am in love with!
    xx Annie
    http://www.somethingswellblog.com/

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