​​​​​​​Jewelry Statement Clutch

If there's one thing I love more than chocolate it's an amazing bag! 
I loooooove purses.
Big, small, tote, satchel, hobo, messenger, and even the clutch! 
Today on Home and Family on the Hallmark Channel I made statement jewelry clutches. These are easy, trendy, and totally worth the short 30 minutes it takes to make one. Follow the tutorial below : )

 I made this one with a $5 fringe necklaces. I also attached this one with the Epoxy 6000. It's very secure on the clutch.

I made this one with a $5 fringe necklaces. I also attached this one with the Epoxy 6000. It's very secure on the clutch.

 I found this necklace at Burlington coat factory for $8. It even came with two earrings! Studded jewelry is really in right now and I thought it would look great with the yellow clutch I had. 

I found this necklace at Burlington coat factory for $8. It even came with two earrings! Studded jewelry is really in right now and I thought it would look great with the yellow clutch I had. 

 Ok, now follow along because this is easssssy. Measure the length of your bag and using your needle nose pliers break your necklace off at links.

Ok, now follow along because this is easssssy. Measure the length of your bag and using your needle nose pliers break your necklace off at links.

 Now simply brush a thin layer of Epoxy 6000 down the center of your bag and press your necklace down. I let mine dry completely for 24 hours  before I used it.

Now simply brush a thin layer of Epoxy 6000 down the center of your bag and press your necklace down. I let mine dry completely for 24 hours  before I used it.

Jewelry Statement Clutch

What you need
A plain clutch
Epoxy 6000 glue
Statement necklace
Needle nose pliers